Top 3 Reasons to Make Us Your Car Accident Lawyers in El Cajon CA:
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California has a financial responsibility law. This means that every person that drives or owns a vehicle must carry at least the amount of insurance required by California law (i.e., $15,000 per claim or $30,000 per incident in liability coverage) or make a $35,000 cash deposit with the Department of Motor Vehicles. The Insurance Research Council states that about 22% of California drivers do not have insurance in spite of this law, and in spite of the associated penalties if caught. The Levinson Law Group aggressively pursues uninsured-motorist injury cases for our clients who have uninsured-motorist coverage.
Here at the Levinson Law Group, we always counsel our clients to carry uninsured-motorist coverage with limits as high as you can afford to keep your family and loved ones safe from the avoidable hazard of uninsured motorists. As we all know, the worst time to find out your coverage is inadequate is after an accident.
If a vehicle colission results in a fatality, it is important to contact a law firm with experienced wrongful death attorneys in El Cajon CA as soon as possible following the crash. The lawyers at the Levinson Law Group have experience with wrongful death cases and know how to pursue justice for the survivors.
Some injury crashes involve motorcycles. If you or a loved one have been injured while riding a motorcycle, call the experienced El Cajon motorcycle accident lawyers for your free consultation today. Motorcycle crashes tend to be more deadly because the rider is exposed to the elements as opposed to being protected by a car. That is why motorcycle riders usually experience more serious injuries.
Our pratice stretches to El Cajon as most of our business will be conducted in a virtual environment. El Cajon, situated in San Diego County, sits on the Rancho El Cajon land grant. El Cajon got its name from the Spanish “the big box” because it is surrounded by mountains. El Cajon, which was officially incorporated in 1912 and today has a population of 99,478, is still home to Knox’s Corners (a hotel built during the California Gold Rush).
By Gordon Levinson