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Garden Grove Personal Injury Lawyers

Garden Grove California is not known for its excessive number of personal injury accidents, but the city has developed unsettling trends nonetheless. Our Garden Grove personal injury lawyers have represented victims of auto accidents, slip and falls, dog bites, pedestrian accidents, motorcycle collisions and many more. Our 30 years of experience has given us the tools to obtain maximum compensation for our clients and we have done so while maintaining a 97.5% success rate. Our clients experience a first-class treatment and are given all of the information that they need to make the best decisions for themselves and their families. Call 949-203-3814 or fill out our contact form to take advantage of our free no obligation case evaluation.

In California, personal injury victims have a very limited amount of time to pursue a claim for damages. In many circumstances, failing to file a claim prior to this date will leave the victim unable to pursue compensation for their medical bills as well as pain and suffering. Speaking with an experienced personal injury attorney in Garden Grove immediately following your accident could be the difference between maximum compensation and a lifetime of regrets. Call now and find out what your options are.

Garden Grove Copes with a Variety of Personal Injury Risks

The nearly 200,000 residents of Garden Grove, California -- a city in Orange County -- have experienced have experienced numerous personal injury accidents over the last few years. From hospital mistreatment to drunken driving accidents, being aware of how to deal with the dangerous situations that arise around you is invaluable.

On the Road

Drunk driving accidents are major problem for all of California and Garden Grove is no exception. A 49-year-old man suffered catastrophic brain injury after he was hit by a drunk driver on New Year's Day of 2008. Garden Grove police reported that the accident happened just after midnight when the drunk driver lost control of his vehicle, slammed into a car and various objects on the street, and lastly hit the 49-year-old man who was riding his bike.

Garden Grove bicycle accident lawyers have since brought charges of gross vehicular manslaughter against the defendant, as the victim has since died of complications possibly related to the injuries sustained in the accident.

Garden Grove's streets have seen other catastrophic accidents including the death of a motorcyclist who died after being pursued by the police for reckless driving. During the pursuit, the motorcyclist collided with the officer's car and was thrown from his motorcycle. He died from severe injuries sustained in the motorcycle accident.

Another unfortunate incident involved two people who were critically injured after their van slammed into the side of an OCTA public transportation bus at Lampson Avenue and Euclid Street. The 22-year-old driver and his 14-year-old passenger sustained many broken bones and head injuries and five people on the bus were taken to the local hospital with injuries. It seems the driver of the van was at fault for the bus accident.

Garden Grove Hospital Fined for Endangering Patients

In 2007, Garden Grove Hospital was one of nine California hospitals to be fined $25,000 for not providing a safe enough environment for their patients. The fine was distributed under a new law to make sure hospitals complied with health and safety requirements in order to prevent "serious injury or death to patients."

Garden Grove Hospital was using a powerful anti-nausea drug during rapid detox procedures for patients with opiate dependency although the drug, Droperidol, can cause serious heart irregularities and death. The staff and pharmacy at the hospital said they were not aware of the drug's alleged personal injury risks and did not know that a patient's heart rhythms must be closely monitored when the drug has been administered.

The hospital discontinued use of the drug immediately, explaining that the hospital's mission is "to provide superior health services in a caring environment," and that they did not know their was issue with that drug. One anesthesiologist who had performed the opium rapid detox with Droperidol believes the state was overblown in their actions and that he had never had a problem with small doses of the drug.

Garden Grover Personal Injury Law Firms Can Help

If you have been subject to medical malpractice or been involved in a car, bus or motorcycle accident where another driver was drunk or at fault, you owe it to yourself to seek legal advice from a good Garden Grove personal injury attorney.

If you are the victim of a personal injury, you owe it to yourself to get a copy of the book, "The Seven Fatal Mistakes That Can Wreck Your California Personal Injury Claim". If you need help immediately, call one of our expert personal injury lawyers now at 949-203-3814 and we will schedule a consultation the same day or by the next business day at the latest.

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