Lincoln Car Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer
So you’ve been in an accident and had a serious injury. You’re likely here because you don’t personally know an injury lawyer and may not understand how to choose a good one.
At AutoAccident.com, we handle serious personal injury cases in Lincoln, CA, from our main office in Sacramento. Now there are attorneys in Lincoln that are qualified to handle smaller cases with less serious injuries. Unfortunately, we can’t help you with a minor injury though we can refer you to local attorneys who can help you and do a good job on smaller cases. We only handle serious injury or death cases in Lincoln.Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Injuries
- Bicycle Injuries
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Dog Bite Cases
- Wrongful Death
As Lincoln, California personal injury lawyers, we have focused throughout our career on building a strong, very personal connection with our clients and their families. Some people go so far as to call us the “personal” personal injury lawyers.Our Philosophy as Personal Injury Lawyers
Not every Lincoln, CA car accident lawyer is ideal for every client. Many lawyers and some clients keep an arm’s length distance from each other. It’s strictly a professional relationship. That’s fine for some people and cases, but it’s not good for us. We can’t explain to a jury how an injury affects you and your family unless we know you and them very well. In most large cases, we meet with clients in their homes and talk for hours with them and their family members. We really need to know you before we can present your case well.
While we will do our best to resolve your serious injury case as quickly as possible, we do not rush the process. That serious injury needs to be permanent and stationary before we attempt case resolution. We communicate with you every step of the way. Our goal as a Lincoln, CA personal injury law firm is to understand your perspective and work with you instead of trying to order you around. We discuss a possible case strategy and agree together on a plan of action to secure the most favorable result for you and your family.
Watch the following video for more tips on how to select a top-rated personal injury lawyer in Lincoln, CA.Lincoln Personal Injury FAQ
How do I get a copy of a police report in Lincoln, California?
After a traffic accident in Lincoln, you will need to obtain a copy of the Lincoln police report regarding the accident. You can follow these simple steps:
Go into the front counter of the Lincoln Police Department (LPD) to obtain a request form between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. at this address:
770 7th St.
Lincoln CA 95648
After hours, the LPD leaves forms in a mailbox outside, where you can obtain one. You can also print a request from the City of Lincoln police website and fill it out ahead of time. However, you cannot submit the form electronically and will need to bring it to the Lincoln PD yourself along with a photo ID.
If you have any further questions, you can call the non-emergency line at the Lincoln PD at (916)645-4040. You can also reach the receptionist at (916)645-4088 for further information. Fill out as much information as possible, including the report number, date of the accident, and how you were involved in the crash. Remember to fill in your mailing address and a daytime phone number.
How long will it take to obtain a copy of a police report after an accident?
Usually, it takes about 10 days for the LPD to mail you a copy of the report. Keep in mind that the officers also need about 10 days to submit the report.
How much does a traffic accident report cost?
Almost all police reports are less than 10 pages, in which case there is no charge. The department charges a nominal fee for reports that are longer than 10 pages.
Where are the most dangerous intersections in Lincoln, California?
Driving along Lincoln Boulevard is very dangerous, so use extra caution on this route, especially watching for cars that are entering the road from the many strip malls. Here are the most hazardous intersections for the dates from January 1, 2005, to Dec. 31, 2013, along with the number of accidents at or very close to the intersection:
- 31 accidents – Lincoln Blvd. between Joiner Pkwy & Ferrari Ranch Rd.
- 26 accidents - Lincoln Blvd. between 2nd and 3rd St.
- 22 accidents - Lincoln Blvd. & Sterling Pkwy.
- 18 accidents - Lincoln Blvd. & 5th St.
- 16 accidents - McBean & Lincoln Blvd.
- 11 accidents - Lincoln Blvd. north of Gateway
- 10 accidents - 3rd St. & Lincoln Manor
- 10 accidents - Lincoln Blvd. & 1st St.
- 9 accidents - D St. and McBean
- 9 accidents - 7th St. & Lincoln Blvd.
Who will pay my medical bills after a motor vehicle accident?
The “at fault” party’s insurance company will not give you money to pay your hospital or other medical bills. They will only pay you if the court orders them to do so.
Usually, pay with auto MedPay because you have greater flexibility in who treats you. You can go to a physical therapist, doctor, or chiropractor for treatment. Your health insurer will cover treatment if a doctor is on your medical plan, but they often require reimbursement at the end of your case. A Lincoln car accident lawyer can review your Medpay insurance policy and help you determine which coverage you should use.
Lincoln Boulevard is notorious for motor vehicle collisions. Is the city responsible for unsafe road design and maintenance?
You are not alone with these concerns. Clients often contact me after accidents on Lincoln Boulevard, sometimes due to malfunctioning traffic signals. Drivers attempting to exit onto Lincoln from the strip malls frequently find that the flow of traffic makes a safe entry challenging.
If you were hurt in a car accident caused by someone else, you may be eligible for compensation for your injuries and losses incurred. To learn more, call our Lincoln, CA personal injury lawyers at (916) 921-6400 or (800) 404-5400 for free, friendly advice regarding your potential claim today.
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Editor’s Note: This page has been updated for accuracy and relevancy [cha 2.23.21]