Rancho Murieta Car Accident & Personal Injury Lawyer
Rancho Murieta is a growing populated community of 6,122 with over 3,500 gently rolling acres with various recreational activities. When driving into the quiet North or South Rancho Murieta, you immediately have a sense of peace and tranquility with the numerous lakes and fountains, beautiful parks, and an apparent slower pace of life. But no town, regardless of its size, can protect everyone from traffic accidents, and just one unsafe driver can cause irreparable damage to many people.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident in or near the Rancho Murieta area, call our experienced injury lawyers at (916) 921-6400 for a free consultation.Serving Rancho Murieta and Sacramento County Residents
Your life can change instantly when you've suffered severe injuries in Rancho Murieta due to another person's negligence. You may be unable to work or hospitalized and are probably worried about making ends meet, and this can add additional stress to an already challenging and painful situation.
Since 1982, our law firm has served residents in Rancho Murieta and northern California with personal injury and wrongful death cases. At AutoAccident.com, our experienced attorneys handle the daily tasks of our client's personal injury claims so that they can focus on recovering after an accident.Common Injuries in a Car Accident
Injuries sustained in a car accident can range from minor to severe. Some common injuries that could happen in a traffic collision include:
- brain trauma
- bone fracture
- internal bleeding
- muscle soreness
- spinal cord injury
- wrongful death
The trauma of a motor vehicle accident can take a toll emotionally, physically, and financially on injured victims and their families.
If you or a family member has been injured in an accident, our experienced Rancho Murieta personal injury lawyers can help you during this difficult time. We provide free, friendly legal advice on what to do after your accident and how to protect your best interests from complex insurance companies.Deadly California Highway
If you're on your way to Sutter Creek, or Jackson in Amador County, you pass the North or South gated communities off Hwy 16, the notorious Jackson Highway. The highway is known for being one of the most dangerous highways in California. Each year there are several serious car accidents with fatalities caused by excessive speeding, icy and foggy roads, and passing on this narrow two-lane highway.
Here are just a few stories of the many accidents on this dangerous road:
- September 2, 2015 - Two Drivers Killed
- November 22, 2015 - Car leaves Jackson Highway and hits Sound Wall
- December 22, 2013 - Multiple Vehicle Accident near North Gate
The list goes on and on. In the meantime, the State of California writes reports of plans of what it needs to do, such as this concept report, but nothing is done when sending men with shovels and asphalt to widen, fix, and modernize this highway. As can be seen, because of dense fog, bad highway planning, and inadequate maintenance, Highway 16 remains a death trap.
Read more about recent car accidents in Rancho Murieta below:
- Traffic Fatality Reported in Rancho Murieta After Car Goes Out of Control
- Traffic Accident in Rancho Murieta Causes Injury at the Airport
Our firm is known as the "personal" personal injury law firm because we take the time to understand you, your family, and your life. This puts us in a better position to understand your injuries and how they have impacted you and your loved ones and helps us deliver the best possible outcomes. We will discuss the details and complexities of your injury and keep you well-informed throughout the entire process.Personal Injury Attorneys Serving Rancho Murieta, CA
You may be eligible for compensation if you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries in a car crash caused by someone else. Call our experienced Rancho Murieta personal injury lawyers 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 1.17.23]
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