Injury Lawyers In Orange County Share Expertise In Cases Involving Semi Truck Accidents

September 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer Orange County, one of the most successful law firms in Orange County, recently began sharing their expertise in cases that involve semi-truck accidents. However, the topic represents only a single aspect of the local law firm’s capabilities, as they offer a broad selection of legal services. Their clients enjoy access to some of the finest attorneys in the area, a team of legal experts who are known for providing a stellar service and safeguarding the rights and best interests of the individuals they represent. Find out more here: Truck Accident Lawyer Orange County.

As the firm notes, accidents of this caliber are very common and often lead to casualties. While unfortunate, the likelihood of being in such an accident means that drivers should be aware of their options in the event of a collision, including the legal actions they may take. Having an experienced attorney handling their case would help ensure that the victim and their relatives receive the compensation they are entitled to by law. Additionally, it would allow them to focus on their own recovery while the attorney sees to all legal procedures in their stead.

Alexander D. Napolin, leading attorney of the local firm and an expert in vehicle accident injury cases, states, "While semi-trucks are essential to our economy, they represent some of the greatest highway risks for the average driver. Semi-truck traffic accidents account for one in every eight traffic deaths. This amounts to over 500,000 trucking accidents each year in the US, and around 1,000 of these accidents lead to fatalities."

Napolin continues, "For us, it is unacceptable that, in some of these cases, the victims and their families do not receive any compensation for their losses and injuries. Knowing this, our purpose is clear: To help semi-truck accident victims and their relatives receive the legal compensation they are entitled to, ensuring their well-being and recovery from such traumatic events. Orange County residents can rely on our attorneys to look after them during these challenging times." Learn more at the following link: Orange County Semi Truck Accident Lawyer.

The legal office reaffirms their commitment towards the community through the various amenities they offer their clients, such as free legal consultations. The purpose of these meetings is to give each client an opportunity to have their case assessed by an attorney, who will be able to advise the client whether it is possible to pursue compensation through legal avenues.

These free consultations have helped the community greatly, as a lack of knowledge and misinformation are two of the most common obstacles that victims and their relatives face when dealing with a semi-truck accident case. Napolin asserts, "We are at the community's disposal to guide and help them through these difficult times. Our consultations come with no attachments or commitments, and they are only focused on helping the community, to whom we owe so much, make an educated decision on their case."

To further aid victims to overcome the challenges that are presented during semi-truck accident cases, Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer works on a contingency fee basis, a policy that they follow for most of the cases they take on. What this means for their clients is that they will receive competent legal representation regardless of their financial situation, as their lawyers will not require payment unless the case achieves a successful injury compensation settlement.

It is this commitment towards helping their clients that has earned the firm their distinguished reputation within Orange County. Former client Jessica Gordon describes her experience with the office, saying, "Alexander is an amazing lawyer. I trusted him with my injury case and he did a fantastic job for me. He is just a genuinely good person who enjoys helping people. I highly recommend him to anyone looking for a personal injury lawyer."

Those looking for legal representation from a highly successful truck accident lawyer in Orange County may contact Alexander D. Napolin, who will gladly assist prospective clients. Additionally, interested parties may visit the firm’s website to learn more about the various legal services they offer. They may also visit the following link to read further on the subject: Semi Truck Accident Lawyer OC.

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For more information about Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer Orange County, contact the company here:

Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer Orange County
Alexander D. Napolin
844-984-4878
hurt@napolinlaw.com
2230 West Chapman Avenue, Ste. 234 Orange, California 92868

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