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Seeking Compensation For Catastrophic Injuries

Catastrophic injuries suffered in a motor vehicle accident can include damage to the brain and spinal cord, paralysis, coma, broken bones, lost limbs, and permanent scarring and disfigurement, just to name a few.

Accident victims who must deal with these life-changing setbacks face permanent physical, emotional and financial struggles. If you or someone you know is desperate for legal assistance after an accident, or if your family is mourning a loved one’s wrongful death in a fatal accident, the help you need could be just a phone call away.

At the Law Office of Jeffrey D. Fulton in Sacramento, our goal is justice for you — maximum financial compensation for all losses sustained when a negligent drunk driver, distracted driver or commercial truck driver causes catastrophic injuries in an accident.

More Than 15 Years Of Experience Seeking Justice For Victims Like You

Personal injury lawyer Jeffrey D. Fulton‘s more than 15 years of successful service to people like you have been marked by measured advice, zealous advocacy and tireless dedication. During this devastating time in your life, you can rely on him to be the champion you need.

Our skilled personal injury practice is well-known throughout California for in-depth investigation of accidents, effective negotiations with insurers and aggressive litigation in court.

Do Not Speak To An Insurance Company Until You Have Consulted An Attorney

Act now to ensure that your rights are protected. Contact us by calling 916-993-4900 or sending an email message. If you need to be visited at your home or a hospital room, please tell us. Our law firm’s contingency fee policy means that you owe no attorney fee until we obtain compensation for you.

What Clients Say

“I am delighted to tell you that I have never had a better attorney-client relationship with anyone in all my years … My situation was handled with class and respect all along the way.”