San Fernando Valley Accident Lawyer

The San Fernando Valley is an enormous area in southern California encompassing many cities such as Calabasas, San Fernando, Hidden Hills, Burbank and Glendale.  It is approximately 260 square miles in size. The majority of San Fernando Valley is part of the city of Los Angeles. With 1.8 million people, the Valley (as its commonly known) sees many accidents involving car, trucks, motorcycles and bicycles on a daily basis. Injuries seen in the San Fernando Valley from auto crashes include everything from soft-tissue injuries to catastrophic injuries resulting in paralysis and death. Because of the 101 Freeway which runs through the San Fernando Valley, big rig or trucking accidents are also very common. Due to the size and cargo of these big rig trucks, accidents involving them are often much worse than those involving motorcycles or cars.

In 2010, the city of San Fernando had one fatal accident, and what is even more unfortunate is that this accident involved a drunk driver and could have been avoided.  The same number of fatal accidents involving drunk drivers occurred in 2009.  Fortunately, the number of fatal accidents in San Fernando over the last 25 years is less than the average number of fatal accidents seen throughout the entire state of California over the same period.

Contact a San Fernando Valley Accident Attorney today

If you or a loved one was involved in an accident in the San Fernando Valley and would like a free consultation with our San Fernando Valley accident lawyer, contact our law firm today. Our accident lawyers will represent your case and fight for the compensation that you deserve for your medical expenses, emotional distress and other damages. We serve the entire state of California and will come to you if necessary. Contact the Steven Dhillon Law Firm today to set up a free consultation of your case by calling (818) 874-9485.

The Steven Dhillon Law Firm is located in Westlake Village, California, but also represents Agoura Hills, San Fernando Valley, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County, Los Angeles County and Conejo Valley.