Accident Attorney for The Toll Roads of Orange County

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The Toll Roads often provide an express route through the congested communities of Orange County. Often times, vehicles will exhibit excessive speed or become distracted and result in accidents due to these neglectful driving decisions.  If you’ve been hurt in a car crash on the Orange County toll roads, call Harsh Law today +1 (949) 257-2349 or visit our contact form to start your request online. Our experienced attorneys will discuss your legal options free of charge.
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Local Communities and Areas of the Orange County Toll Roads Yorba Linda, Rancho Santa Margarita, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Irvine, Tustin, Santa Ana, Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Nigel, San Juan Capistrano, Dana Point, San Clemente, Laguna Hills, Laguna Woods 91 Freeway, 55 Freeway, 5 Freeway, 405 Freeway, PCH, 74 Oso Parkway, Jamboree Road What happens in the event of an accident on a toll road? The Toll Roads of Orange County are a 51-mile-network toll road that serves more than 500,000 vehicles per day. Based on the fact that the Toll Roads of Orange County pass through several high-traffic freeway interchanges and several dozen communities, it is essential to understand the network of local cities and laws of each local municipality – including the California Highway Patrol. For example, there may be additional local laws banning texting or mobile device usage in certain cities, where others may not. Another important thing to keep in mind is that many sections of the tollway have traffic cameras that may have caught your car accident on video. Through the help of an attorney, you may be able to subpoena the company (or municipality) which operates the cameras in order to obtain this highway traffic camera footage. In many cases, this evidence is crucial in order to collect the compensation to which you are entitled. In general, the laws of the Toll Road should be treated as those while traveling on any public road in the same community. Access to the Toll Roads does not provide a separate set of rules – drivers must follow the laws set by both the California Vehicle Code and local laws. Do I need an attorney? If your accident only involved property damage (no injuries), then you most likely will not need to hire an attorney. The claims process is pretty straightforward in regards to property damage claims, and there is not much room for the insurance company to take advantage.  On the other hand, if you were injured in the accident, it cannot be stressed enough the importance of a personal injury lawyer. Without an attorney, the insurance company has no reason to offer you a fair settlement – they will not look at your lost income, medical costs, rehabilitation costs, nor pain and suffering. They are not required by law to pay you anything, and they are not afraid of facing you in court. Insurance companies are highly experienced in representing their customers in accidents and do this every single day – you do not. Let Harsh Law seek the money you deserve. Our law firm ONLY represents personal injury and wrongful death victims. We provide a valuable service and will work on contingency when we agree to take on a case. If you sustained injuries in a severe accident on the Toll Roads of Orange County and need an experienced injury lawyer to litigate on your behalf, call Harsh Law today at +1 (949) 257-2349 or visit our contact form to start your request online.