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The Wright Law Firm
The Wright Law Firm

The Wright Law Firm

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Introduction: We are experienced personal injury attorneys who win! The Wright Law Firm is a full-service personal injury litigation firm with over 18 years of personal injury litigation experience. We serve the Greater Sacramento and Placer County areas with all types of personal injury matters. With his former insurance defense experience, Mr. Wright knows the ins and outs of personal injury law and tactics. We have a 99% success rate.
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20 years in business

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License Type: Attorney (CA)

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  • What types of customers have you worked with?

    Collectively, this firm has over 30 years' personal injury and litigation experience. We pride ourselves in aggressive, ethical representation which maximizes the value of our clients' claims. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients. We pride ourselves on outstanding results and service

  • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

    We offer all potential clients an initial free consultation. Contact us at (916) 789-9477 or email us at info@wrightlawyers.com. Otherwise, please feel free to call us to schedule an appointment. If you are seriously injured or hospitalized, our attorneys will work with you to schedule an appointment at a mutually convenient location or time. It is generally not in your best interest to speak to any representative for the negligent party. Do not speak to an insurance company or the claims adjuster in the absence of the legal advice of a lawyer. The reason is that the insurance company has a business interest of minimizing your claim and recovery. If you must speak to the insurance company, talk to a lawyer first so that you may be advised and prepared for questions that likely shall be asked. Typically the insurance adjuster will want to take a tape recorded statement of you. Before giving such a statement, you should be prepared and counseled as to how to answer expected questions. Always remember, you are not obligated or required to give such recorded statements.

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