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Los Angeles Interstate 5 Accident Attorney

Interstate 5, also known as I-5 and the Golden State Freeway, serves as one of the main veins in Southern California for traffic flowing through Los Angeles County. The 28-mile stretch of highway sees thousands of drivers each day. Sadly, not all of these drivers will make it to their destinations. I-5 can be a deadly road for drivers due to speeding, distracted driving, heavy traffic, and other hazards.

Please contact the Los Angeles car accident attorneys of Rose, Klein & Marias LLP if you were recently in a traffic accident on Interstate 5 in Los Angeles and suffered serious injuries or lost a family member. We can help you file a claim for damages.

Why Choose Us?

  • We have 10 law offices to conveniently serve all of Southern California.
  • We put our dedication to helping clients above all else at our firm.
  • We have devoted our careers to two areas of practice: personal injury and workers’ compensation.
  • We have more than 80 years of legal experience.
  • We accept I-5 accident cases on a contingency fee basis.

Why You Need a Car Accident Attorney

If you have never dealt with an insurance company after an auto accident before, be careful of what you say to the claims adjuster. Insurance companies in California may not want to maximize your financial recovery after an accident on I-5. You could say something that hurts your chances of recovering compensation, such as admitting partial fault for the collision. If you are not confident in your ability to negotiate a fair settlement, use an attorney to handle your claim for you. Our firm will only charge attorney’s fees if we successfully secure you a compensatory award.

Types of I-5 Accidents We Represent

Interstate 5 is one of the deadliest major freeways in Los Angeles. Each year, dozens of people lose their lives in fatal car crashes while traveling on I-5. We have experience helping victims of all types and severity of accidents. No case is too big or too small to bring to our attention.

  • Commercial truck accidents
  • Delivery truck accidents
  • Uber/Lyft accidents
  • Highway construction site accidents
  • Rollover accidents
  • Multi-vehicle accidents
  • Rear-end collisions
  • Head-on collisions
  • Drunk driving accidents
  • Catastrophic injury accidents
  • Fatal accidents

Collectively, our attorneys across Southern California have experience handling virtually every type of traffic collision. Regardless of the nature of your specific I-5 accident, contact our experienced Los Angeles personal injury attorneys to find out if we can help you and your family seek justice. We understand how to navigate crash cases for maximum compensation.

What to Do After an Interstate 5 Accident

We understand how overwhelming it can be to get into a serious car accident on LA’s Interstate 5. Try to remain calm if you get into an accident and remember a few essential steps to take.

  • Stay at the crash site and call the police.
  • Request an ambulance if anyone has injuries.
  • Exchange information with the other driver.
  • Take photographs of your damaged vehicle and injuries.
  • Do not admit fault for the accident.
  • Get your police report number.
  • Go to the hospital.
  • Call the at-fault driver’s insurance company.
  • Contact an attorney.

If you cannot complete some of these steps, have a trusted friend or family member do so for you. The more information you can collect about your I-5 crash, damages and personal injuries, the better. When in doubt, call our lawyers at (800) 362-7427 for counsel.

Contact an Interstate 5 Accident Lawyer Now

An attorney from Rose, Klein & Marias LLP will have the knowledge and experience to help you through your I-5 accident claim in Los Angeles. We can help you build a case against another driver or a different party that contributed to your damages, such as a vehicle manufacturer. Do not wait. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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