We understand that being injured in a car accident is an overwhelming experience. Thousands of individuals are involved in car accidents in the state of California each year. While high impact collisions often result in catastrophic injuries, people can also be harmed in minor fender benders. Given the fact that driving is a necessity in the state, your chances of being in a car crash are relatively high, no matter how safely you drive. If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury in a car accident, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Our mission is to hold negligent drivers accountable for car accidents and to keep the roads and highways safe for everyone.

Dennis Law Group is one of the premier personal injury firms serving clients throughout Northern and Southern California, including Orange County, San Jose and Los Angeles. Our experienced car accident attorneys have a well-earned reputation for being dedicated advocates of the injured.

We invite you to call at (888) 820-2889
& schedule a free, confidential consultation to get your questions answered!
Common Causes of California Car Crashes

Most car accidents in California are the result of driver errors. This includes:

·      Driving too fast

·      Improper turning

·      Driving under the influence (DUI)

·      Vehicle defects

·      Disobeying traffic signals

·      Reckless driving, such as texting and driving

·      Road construction

·      Inclement weather

Types of Car Accident Injuries

Depending on the severity of the collision, car accidents can result in all types of injuries. Some of the common injuries include:

·      Cuts and bruises

·      Lacerations

·      Fractures and broken bones

·      Head and neck injuries

·      Whiplash

·      Spinal cord injuries

·      Traumatic brain injuries

A high impact collision can cause traumatic injuries such as paraplegia, quadriplegia, and head and brain injuries. Although minor car accidents can result in injuries, many victims may not be immediately aware that they have been injured. Then, days or weeks later symptoms may surface, such as pain, discomfort or dizziness. This is why it is crucial to seek medical treatment after a car accident even if you don’t feel like you’ve been injured. By failing to do so, your injuries may worsen and your claim will be harder to prove.

Next Steps for Car Accident Victims

At Dennis Law Group, we believe that no one should be forced to suffer because of another driver’s negligence. Our car accident attorneys are dedicated to helping the injured and their loved ones recover and get back to their daily routine. At times, some injury victims may not be capable of returning to work for an extended period of time, which can become a burden for the entire family. Our legal team is here to help lift that burden and make sure you receive just compensation.

For a free, no obligation consultation, contact the lawyers at Dennis Law Group today.