Car Accidents

San Diego Car Accident Attorney

According to the United States Census Bureau, San Diego’s population has increased more than five percent in the last four years. A growing population also typically increases traffic volume and as traffic increases, the number of car accidents also rises. In 2012, more than 13,068 individuals were seriously injured in accidents occurring throughout the county. Tragically, several traffic statistic studies report that of the 13,068 car crashes that took place in 2012, 206 were fatal.

A number of factors can contribute to a car collision occurring, and in some cases, it is a combination of factors that causes a devastating wreck to occur. Some of the types of factors that can cause a San Diego auto accident, include:

  • Faulty vehicle equipment
  • Poor vehicle repair
  • Malfunctioning traffic signals
  • Negligence of another driver
  • Poor road conditions
  • Missing or malfunctioning road signs/barriers.

Los Angeles Car Accident Lawyer

In 2012, more than 50,620 people were injured and approximately 584 people were tragically killed in Los Angeles car accidents. Sadly, of the more than 50,620 auto collisions that took place, 4,260 were alcohol-related. It is important to note, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations considers a crash to be alcohol-related if at least one driver involved in the wreck has a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of .01 gram or higher (the legal limit is .08 BAC).

Drunk or drugged driving accidents are preventable and victims who have suffered a serious injury in a DUI accident may be entitled to monetary compensation. The experienced car accident attorneys in Los Angeles at the Mitchell Law Corporation have seen the devastation, pain, and grief associated with a serious injury and will fight tirelessly to ensure victims receive full and fair compensation for accident-related damages.

With the expert legal representation of one of our lawyers, victims drastically increase their ability to recover larger settlements. We will work tirelessly to ensure you receive maximum compensation for hospital stays, doctor visits, physical therapy, lost income, physical pain, disfigurement, and emotional strain.

Types of Auto Accident Injuries

San Diego auto accidents can cause various types of serious injuries, including head injuries, neck injuries, back injuries, burn injuries, bone injuries, hand injuries, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, internal organ injuries, blunt trauma injuries, and fatal injuries.

If you or a loved one suffered a serious injury in a car accident, please contact our law firm immediately. Our ethical auto accident lawyers in Los Angeles at the Mitchell Law Corporation will carefully examine your potential case and determine how much compensation you need for a full recovery (if a full recovery is possible). We have successfully recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients, and will not rest until we get you the funds you need and deserve.

Act Now

According to the statute of limitations, victims have two years from the date the injury occurred to file a personal injury claim and pursue compensation for various accident-related damages. If legal action is not taken within the statute of limitations, victims will be denied the ability to file a claim. Please make sure you are not denied the ability to file a claim, contact our law firm as soon as possible to arrange a consultation.

Speak to an Experienced San Diego Car Accident Attorney

No matter what type of injury you sustained in a car collision, if you believe the accident was caused by the negligent or careless actions of another person, please call now to speak with one of our aggressive San Diego car accident attorneys. We will answer your questions and explain what your legal rights are. We can also help you determine if filing a personal injury claim is the best decision for you and your family.

Contact our law firm today by calling our San Diego office at (619) 702-6518 or our Los Angeles office at (310) 442-9380. We work on a no recovery, no fee basis.