Personal Injury Attorneys in Riverside County, California
Riverside County is a large area and has numerous freeways that are used for commuting to and from work each day by thousands of area residents. According to California Highway Patrol (CHP) 2012 data there were 1,353,876 licensed drivers in Riverside County with 1,577,530 registered motor vehicles and 45,490 registered motorcycles. With so many cars, trucks and motorcycles on the roadways, it is no wonder there are frequent car, truck and motorcycle accidents.
In 2012 the CHP reported 7,446 collisions in Riverside County which resulted in 10,945 injuries, and 215 fatalities. DUI laws in California have been designed to discourage drivers from driving under the influence (DUI), but DUI still contributed to 1,126 injuries and 50 deaths during 2012.
Dedicated Riverside County Car Accident Attorneys
Our Riverside County personal injury attorneys have the experience and dedication to ensure our clients are legally protected and receive the full amount of compensation they are entitled to after being injured in a Riverside County area accident. If you’ve been injured in a Riverside area car accident, give our law firm a call for a FREE legal consultation to understand your legal options.
Experienced Riverside Truck Accident Attorneys
Riverside County has a lot of commercial trucks driving on the roadways every day and sometimes these trucks are involved in serious accidents. Accidents involving large semi trucks and commercial trucks typically cause significant damage and serious injuries because of their size and weight. Large semi’s and commercial trucks are not able to maneuver in tight spaces or reacting quickly to sudden changes in traffic conditions, like rush hour commuting. If you’ve been injured in an accident involving a semi or commercial truck, give us a call today for a free legal consultation.
Riverside County Motorcycle Accident Attorneys
Riverside County had 45,490 motorcycles registered in 2012, which includes street motorcycles and off-road motorcycles. Many individuals that commute into Orange County, Los Angeles County, San Bernardino County or even San Diego County decide to use motorcycles to help reduce their commute times. Motorcycles can be an effective way to reduce commute times, but they can also be very dangerous because of their small size and lack of protection in the event of a collision. Riverside County also has a lot of open space that is used for recreational riding or off-roading which can lead to accident injuries. If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident in Riverside County, give our dedicated lawyers a call today for a free legal consultation to ensure your legal rights are protected.
No matter where you’ve been injured in Riverside County, our experienced personal injury attorneys can help. If you’ve been injured in an accident in any of the following Riverside County cities, please give us a call.
Desert Hot Springs
Major Highways in Riverside County, California
- Interstate 10
- Interstate 15
- Interstate 215
- U.S. Route 95
- Historic U.S. Route 99
- Historic U.S. Route 395
- State Route 60