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Stop Sign Accident Claims in Orange County

Retain Our Car Accident Lawyers for Legal Protection

If a negligent driver failed to stop at a stop sign, and you were injured, the negligent driver must be held accountable. Moreover, if the stop sign was obstructed by trees, vegetation or other objects, was improperly placed due to changed conditions, or was improperly maintained, you may also have a claim against the responsible public entity.

At Cohn & Swartzon, P.C., our Orange County car accident lawyers have gained a reputation for performing full and thorough investigations into stop sign accidents thereby leading to numerous courtroom successes.

In fact, the firm has recovered millions in damages. Both of the firm's founders, Attorney Jason D. Cohn and Attorney Saar Swartzon have the highest possible peer-review ratings from Martindale-Hubbell®, AV Preeminent®, as well as having a 10.0 Superb rating from Avvo. You can be confident that your case will be given the full focus it deserves, and that everything possible will be done legally to recover fair and full compensation, based upon the facts in your case.

Building Your Case & Filing Your Claim

Stop sign accidents are one of the most common types of car accidents that lead to serious or fatal injuries. Aggressive and distracted drivers are responsible for the high incidence of accidents involving failure to stop at a stop sign or traffic signal. A victim who survives may be facing a long period of medical treatment, surgeries, or long term nursing care. In the most tragic cases, the victim is permanently disabled or disfigured, or dies as a result of the accident.

When you work with our car accident attorneys in Orange County, you gain access to a personal injury team that develops a personalized approach to your case. Every accident situation is unique—no cure-all strategy can account for all of the individual circumstances you may be facing. By reviewing your accident and gathering witness statements, accident reports, and medical assessments, our lawyers may help you secure the full amount of compensation you deserve.

Why You May Need Our Legal Protection

Cases that involve a failure to stop at stop sign are resolved through an insurance claim filed against the negligent driver, or if contested, can proceed to civil court. As trial lawyers, we are highly proficient in case development and negotiations with the insurance company in our efforts to get a claim paid fairly. However, this is easier said than done.

More often than not, insurance companies may try to pay out the minimum compensation possible, which may not be the amount you need to cover all of your losses and expenses. If you are contacted by an insurance adjuster, it may be extremely beneficial for you to withhold giving out any information and getting in touch with an injury lawyer.

The statement you make could significantly reduce the value of your claim. For example, should the insurance company discover that you have been treated in the past for any pre-existing physical condition, it could be claimed that your case has a lesser value. We have confronted insurance companies on these issues for many of our clients.

We fight insurance companies every day in Orange County, and we know what it takes to get fair and just results for our clients. Our Orange County car accident attorneys stand ready to fight. Schedule a free, no obligation consultation online today!

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