Stanislaus County Personal Injury Attorney

Located in the Central Valley region of Northern California, Stanislaus County is home to the city of Modesto, its county seat. It also encompasses the Modesto Metropolitan Statistical Area. Stanislaus County was established in 1854, before that time it was part of Tuolumne County.

Demographics

The county, covers around 1,500 square miles, and nearly 525,500 people live here. Half of its residents are female, and the median resident age is 32. Stanislaus County is regarded as more ‘urban’ than ‘rural’. The County has around 166,883 households, with 3 people/household, and its median household income is slightly less than the State’s, at $49,297.

Economy

The local agriculture industry is a big driver in Stanislaus County’s economy, and wine grapes lead as the primary agricultural product. The Northern California region is well known for its agricultural enterprises, with the Central Valley region considered to be home to some of the America’s richest farmland. Vineyards, food production and tourism are major economic players in Stanislaus County’s economy.

The county’s residents are employed in a variety of professions. Of course, agriculture employs many who live in Stanislaus County, but other industries that provide jobs to residents include high tech, aerospace and manufacturing.

The people of Stanislaus County, just as people in the rest of our country, can be exposed to risk of personal injury in both their personal and professional lives.

Brain Injury

While most believe that brain injuries only result in amnesia or a coma, the truth suggests the contrary. In fact, there are many concerning, and perhaps permanent, brain injuries that sometimes go undiagnosed. Sometimes, diagnoses may not come for many weeks or months following a concussion or closed head injury sustained in an accident, and victims oftentimes struggle to recognize the symptoms.

Individuals who have experienced concussions or closed head wounds who may be experiencing headaches, blurred vision, hearing difficulties or cognitive disabilities sometimes file brain damage claims in the event of traumatic brain injury.

If you or someone you love has had an accident and been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries, you need an attorney who will work with regional neurologists and life-care specialists to present your case in the best possible manner.

In Stanislaus County and the rest of Northern California, the law firm of Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Goodwin is a team of dedicated attorneys who specialize in investigating and clarifying medical and neurological issues that become part of a claim or lawsuit.

Contact us today at (209) 522-2211 to set up an initial consultation to discuss your situation.

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Call Us:
(209) 522-2211

We are located at:
912 11th Street, #100
Modesto, CA 95354