Injured in Yreka, California?

Easy Street and Old 99 Hwy near Yreka, California

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Hire a personal injury lawyer with a proven record of excellent results

California boasts numerous regions where natural beauty reigns supreme.  Most of these locations are tucked away and accessible only by small highways and two lane roads. Yreka, California, however, is located right off of Interstate 5, en route from Northern California to Southern Oregon.

The scenery of this region beckons motorcyclists to enjoy some “wind therapy” while taking in the gorgeous views.  Travelers journeying from Oregon to various parts of California may stop here for rest, relaxation, and to learn a bit about California gold rush history.  Nestled near the beautiful Shasta Lakes, there are plenty of water sports, camp grounds, and other activities that make this region an outdoor lover’s dream.

But as with any location with that attracts visitors, there are also inherent dangers.  Semi-truck accidents along I-5, motorcycle accidents and car wrecks are a known hazard along this stretch of road.  With so many water sports enthusiasts enjoying the Shasta Lakes, boating accidents are also unfortunately common. When an accident results in a more complicated medical issue, such as a traumatic brain injury or spinal cord injury, finding a personal injury lawyer with experience handling catastrophic injuries can be challenging.  Medical malpractice, birth injuries, elder abuse, wrongful death, and dog bites may occur here, but because the region is less populated, they occur less often than they do in more populated areas.  Naturally, when these situations occur, the family’s primary focus is on obtaining the best medical help for the injured person.  Often it is an after thought, or a task left to an extended family member or friend, to find a personal injury attorney who can explore the liability issues in the situation.  Finding a personal injury attorney with a proven track record of success handling catastrophic injuries can be challenging.

Finding the Right Personal Injury Lawyer in Siskiyou County

If you were injured in California’s wine country, you need a lawyer who understands the region and the unique liability issues raised.  We handle cases throughout Siskiyou County, including Yreka, Happy Camp, Mt. Shasta, Weed, Dunsmuir, McCloud, & Tulelake as well as Butte Valley, Scott Valley, Shasta Valley, & the Klamath River Corridor.

If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury, or there was a wrongful death, contact personal injury lawyer Eric Ratinoff for a free and confidential case evaluation.  A founding partner of Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff, LLP, Mr. Ratinoff plays an active role as an advocate for brain injured individuals in the community and has achieved outstanding results in cases involving traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, wrongful death lawsuits, car accidents, bicycle and motorcycle accidents, and workplace injuries.  Mr. Ratinoff also represents insurance policy holders whose legitimate claims were denied by their insurance carriers.

Eric Ratinoff and his legal team will answer your questions and ease your concerns for the process ahead.  We are just a short drive from the Napa Sonoma region and we will gladly come to meet with you, wherever you are, to discuss your situation free of charge and obligation.  We encourage you to learn more about us by visiting our home sites at www.kcrlegal.com and www.ericratinoff.com, or by connecting with him via social media at the sites listed below.

To contact us for a free and confidential case evaluation, call 866-527-4278 or fill out the contact form on this page.

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