Orangevale Car Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer
Formerly known as Orange Vale, Orangevale California is situated between Folsom and Citrus Heights. Once home to multiple olive orchards, some of the original olive trees may still be seen on Main Ave, Chestnut Ave, and Walnut Ave.Orangevale Car Accident Lawyer
Accidents can have many serious consequences, and it’s essential to have an experienced lawyer who handles ONLY personal injury cases work with you on your case.
Familiarity with the location of an accident is always an advantage when dealing with insurers.Orangevale Personal Injury Lawyer
There are plenty of Orangevale personal injury attorneys advertising services, so how do you choose one?
Since 1982, I have practiced personal injury law exclusively, and my main office is just up the road in Sacramento. Here are a few points for you to consider when selecting a personal injury lawyer:
- Choose an attorney who cares about you, your family, and your needs.
- Make sure that the lawyer that practices personal injury law exclusively
- Double check that the lawyer has a history of taking cases to trial if necessary.
- Use an attorney with a proven history of high verdicts and settlements. You can see many of our verdicts and settlements cases here.
- See how the attorney is rated on Yelp, Avvo and Google.
See the video below for more tips on how to choose the right personal injury attorney.Other injuries
At our law firm, we concentrate on personal injury law. This encompasses not just car accidents, but also the following types of injuries, and many more:
- Dog Bites
- Defective Medical Devices
- Drug Products Liability
- Medical Malpractice
- Mesothelioma and Asbestos
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Premises Liability
- Products Liability
- Traumatic Injuries
- Truck Accidents
- Workers' Compensation
- Wrongful Death
I’m Ed Smith, an Orangevale Personal Injury Lawyer. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident in or near Orangevale, call me today for free, friendly advice at 916.921.6400 or 800.404.5400.
Editor’s Note: This page has been updated for accuracy and relevancy [cha 5.6.19]