Why do you need a Temecula attorney and why should you call us if you have been in a car accident?
We know that the aftermath of an auto accident can be overwhelming. Let us solve your most immediate problems like your damaged vehicle, lost wages and medical bills. Often times, we can get you medical care even if you don’t have medical insurance!
Success – Our accomplishments speak for themselves. We have recovered millions for our clients over the years, and we win more than 95% of our cases. Watch our testimonial videos to hear about how we have helped some of our clients.
Respect – We treat all our clients with respect. We are not ambulance chasers and we will represent you with dignity – holding those who have harmed you responsible for their actions.
Knowledge - For years, Gordon Levinson represented the world’s largest insurance companies. Now, he is a top Temecula attorney. Knowing the insurance business, and how it deals with injured parties submitting claims, gives Mr. Levinson an advantage in the legal process and he will use that knowledge to leverage the maximum monetary recoveries possible for you. Temecula personal injury lawyer Gordon Levinson knows how to play hardball.
Put his experience and insider knowledge on your side.
Contribution – The Levinson Law Group feels a commitment to giving back to the community by charitable donations made through the Levinson Foundation. Among our charitable causes is Oz San Diego-YMCA (click the link to learn more!)
Get in touch with your own personal, highly experienced Temecula attorney, Gordon Levinson to get answers to all your questions about personal injury cases. Call the Levinson Law Group today or send us a message!
Our toll-free number is 1-866-643-HURT (4878). The consultation is free, and you won’t pay us a fee unless we win your case. In most cases, we are even able to advance you the costs.
We often don’t think about how important tire maintenance is to safe driving. Tires are where our cars make contact with the road, and they must function properly. Yet, only about 15% of drivers correctly check their tire pressure. It should be checked on all tires at least once a month. Low tire pressure can not only decrease your mileage but can actually damage the tire to the point of failure. Regular tire rotation is also important. Many people rotate their tires at every oil change to prevent uneven wear. Also, keep an eye out for tread wear; one way to do this is the penny test. How? Place a penny head-side-down into the tire tread. If you can see the top of Lincoln’s head, the treads are too worn and the tire should be replaced. A good summary of tire safety tips can be found here.
About Temecula, California
Temecula is a city in southwestern Riverside County, with an ever-growing population. One popular interpretation of the name Temecula is “The Sun That Shines Through The Mist.” The first recorded Spanish visit occurred in October 1797 by a Franciscan padre. A thriving wine industry was founded by the Californios. These colonial Spanish settlers planted grapes and vineyards well-suited for the climate. The vineyards were then adapted by Anglo-American settlers and European immigrants from Spain, Italy and France in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In 1882, the United States government established the Pechanga Indian Reservation of approximately 4,000 acres near Temecula. The 1890s saw the establishment of granite stone quarries. At the turn of the 20th century, Temecula gained a place of importance as a shipping point for grain and cattle. By 1947, the Vail Ranch was established in the area. In 1948, the Vail family built a dam to catch the Temecula Creek water and created Vail Lake. Through the mid-1960s the economy of the Temecula Valley centered around the Vail Ranch; the cattle business and agriculture were the stimuli for most business ventures. The I-15 corridor between Los Angeles County and San Diego was completed in the early 1980s, and the subdivision land boom began. Temecula incorporated in 1989. The 1990s brought rapid growth to the Temecula Valley. Many families began to move to the area from San Diego and Orange County, drawn by the affordable housing prices and the popular wine country.
The city has become a tourist destination, with the Temecula Valley Wine Country, Old Town Temecula, championship golf courses, and resort accommodations attracting a significant number of tourists, which contributes greatly to the city’s economy. Old Town Temecula is a collection of historic 1890s buildings, antique stores, hotels, museums, specialty food stores, restaurants, boutiques, gift and collectible stores, and antique dealers.