Acton is, statistically speaking, a safer place than many areas in the Antelope Valley and throughout the rest of Southern California. As a relatively sparsely populated town, Acton does not see as many accidents as other communities in the area. Circumstances might have been different if California Governor Henry T. Gage had been successful in his bid to move the state capital from Sacramento to Acton at the turn of the 20th century, but as it is, Acton has remained a small town of less than 8,000 people. Highway traffic in and out of the Antelope Valley on Route 14 is one of the primary sites of car accidents, motorcycle accidents and truck accidents when they do occur in Acton, though motor vehicle crashes also happen on Soledad Canyon Road, the Sierra Highway, and on the local streets of the community.
Whether you have been injured in an accident in Acton or if you live here and were hurt somewhere else in the region, you can get help in pursuing financial compensation by coming to Accident Attorneys.
Our Acton personal injury attorneys have more than 75 years of combined experience, and we have a proven track record of success in cases that range from car crashes to product liability lawsuits.
We represent clients who have been injured in cases of medical malpractice, as well as in workers' compensation claims for those who have been injured or lost a family member in construction accidents and other workplace injury accidents.
As soon as possible after the accident, contact us for a free consultation with an attorney from our team. We can come to meet with you at the hospital, or can travel to visit with you in your home in Acton.
We will evaluate the circumstance of your accident to ascertain whether you have grounds for a personal injury claim, as well as to determine how much your case may be worth in monetary damages. If the accident was caused by the other party, you may be entitled to receive financial compensation for your medical expenses, lost income, and pain, suffering and emotional distress.
The one thing you should not do in the wake of an accident is to attempt to handle the case by working directly with the insurance company. Keep in mind that their goal is directly opposite to yours. They want to maximize their profits, which means paying you as little as possible. Statements that you make about the case could be used to minimize the value of your settlement or could even be used as grounds to deny your claim outright. Don't take any chances with the outcome of your case. Get us involved from the outset of the claims process, and let us work to help you recover the largest possible insurance settlement or jury verdict!