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Placer County Lawyer Referral Service

If you need a lawyer in the County of Placer, Attorney Search Network, a State Bar of California Certified Lawyer Referral Service (#113) can help. Attorney Search Network provides lawyer referrals in Placer County California and the surrounding California counties. If you are dealing with a legal issue and need a Placer County lawyer referral contact Attorney Search Network. Attorney Search Network can make referrals to a Placer County lawyer for most areas of law. Fill out the form on this page or call us toll free (800) 215-1190, for a Placer County lawyer referral today.

Placer County, officially known as the County of Placer, is in Northern California and has a total area of 1,502 square miles. Placer County borders Sacramento County, Amador County, El Dorado County, Sutter County, Yuba County, and the State of Nevada. The American River and Brunch Creek flow through Placer County. Just over 40% of the surface area of Lake Tahoe is in Placer County. The National protected areas of the El Dorado National Forest and the Tahoe National Forest are partially in Placer County. In 1960 Squaw Valley, located in Placer County, hosted the Winter Olympics.

According the 2010 census the population of Placer County was 348,432. According to the 2000 census the population of Placer County was 248,399. Since 2010 Data USA has estimated the population has grown to 393,149. There are five cities in Placer County. The largest city is Roseville. Auburn, the fourth largest city in Placer County and is the county seat. Colfax, Lincoln and Rocklin are the other three Placer County cities. There is one town in the County of Placer, the town of Loomis. Placer County is home to sixteen census-designated places, including Granite Bay with a larger population than Auburn, Loomis, and Colfax. There are eight unincorporated communities and one ghost town in Placer County. Most of the population of Placer County is in the southern portion of county, which boarders Sacramento. The close proximity to the State Capital means many Placer County lawyers, can help both Placer County residents and Sacrament residents. A Placer County Lawyer can help with legal issues in any Placer County city, town, or community as well as neighboring cities and communities.

Placer County is home to Sierra College, and William Jessup University. Both schools are in the city of Rocklin. There is a long history of gold mining, the origin of the county name, and railroads in Placer County. Placer county is very diverse in terms of neighborhoods, industries, employment, and geography. A Placer County lawyer referral can help with any legal issue which arises.

Legal Issues in Placer County California

There are several courthouses in Placer County. There are two locations in Auburn, which is the county seat. There is a location in Tahoe. The largest courthouse with most departments is in Roseville. If you live outside the Roseville area, but your court hearing is scheduled in Roseville you may be able to have a Placer County lawyer appear for you on some or all court appearances. A Placer County lawyer referral can help clients with the proper courthouse assignments and representation anywhere in the county.

There are many residents of Placer County who work or travel often to Sacrament. The Interstate 80 runs through Colfax, Auburn, Rocklin, Roseville into Sacramento. If you have a legal issue in Sacramento most Placer county lawyers can represent you, even though your court case may be heard in the neighboring county court system. If you prefer a lawyer from the State capital to work on your Placer County legal issue, that is possible too. Attorney Search Network can help with situations like these.

Placer County is in the California Eastern District Bankruptcy Court. There are three bankruptcy court houses in this district: Sacramento, Fresno, and Modesto. A local Placer County lawyer can file your bankruptcy case in the appropriate courthouse, outside of Placer County. There are four California Bankruptcy Districts in California. Each district covers numerous counties, and each has more than one courthouse. A bankruptcy attorney in Placer County will verify you can file for Bankruptcy protection, help you put together your filing, file the case in the correct court, and represent you against possible challenges. A Placer County lawyer can be very helpful in making sure all your eligible depts are included in your bankruptcy filing.

Most civil cases are heard in the Roseville Placer County Superior Courthouse. If you are injured in an accident or from the negligence of a property owners outside of Roseville, a Placer County lawyer can help. Even Placer County lawyers with offices in Roseville can help with personal injury cases in Tahoe, Colfax, Loomis, or anywhere in Placer County. Personal injury attorneys work on behalf injured clients and seek to secure funds to help their clients pay for medical expenses and other costs incurred during healing. Placer County attorneys can work with insurance companies, negotiate with insurance companies and if necessary, sue insurance companies to get the funds needed for their clients. If the at-fault party or negligent property owner has insufficient insurance or no insurance a Placer County lawyer may sue the individual directly. Every case is different, every injury is different, and every liable party is different; a Placer County lawyer will take this into consideration.

Depending on the charge and the defendant, criminal cases can be heard in one of three courthouses in Placer County. A Placer County criminal defense lawyer can defend clients against criminal charges. Placer County Lawyers represent client in Juvenile, Felony, Federal, and Misdemeanor criminal cases. A violation of State law can result in a misdemeanor or felony charge. If you are convicted of a felony or misdemeanor charge you can face jail time, a prison sentence, restitution, probation, parole, registration, loss of voting rights, loss of gun rights, diminished employment opportunities, and a criminal record. Placer County attorneys represent clients and fight against criminal charges or negotiate pleas for their clients. Placer County attorneys can take into account unique concerns for clients, such maintaining a driver's license for work, protecting employment options, structuring restitution around family commitments, or negotiating house arrest or probation.

Attorney Search Network can refer Placer Count lawyers for most areas of law including:

  • Auto Accidents
  • Criminal Defense
  • Estate, Trust, & Will Planning
  • Family Law
  • Felony Criminal Defense
  • Personal Injury Law
  • Probate
  • Property Law
  • Tax Law
  • Will, Trust, & Estate Litigation
  • Wrongful Death Claims
  • and more

Attorney Search Network is a State Bar of California Certified Lawyer Referral Service (#113) in the County of Placer California. Attorney Search Network can assist Placer County residents, visitors, businesses, individuals, families, and students find the right lawyer for their Placer County legal issues. Attorney Search Network Placer County lawyer referrals are free. Referred Placer County attorney will offer a free consultation then charge their normal rates. Attorney Search Network refers Placer County attorneys who take cases on hourly, flat fee, contingency and/or a blended basis, depending on the case.

Helpful County of Placer County Legal Resources

Superior Court of California, County of Placer

Hon. Howard G. Gibson Courthouse

Departments 30 - 44

10820 Justice Center Drive

Roseville, CA 95678

Civil and Small Claims (916) 408-6000

Court Executive Office (916)-408-6000

Criminal (916) 408-6000

Family Support & Law (916) 408-6000

Human Resources (916) 408-6000

Jury Services (916) 408-6000

Self-Help Center (916) 408-6000

Traffic Court (916) 408-6000

Historic Courthouse Auburn

Departments 1 - 6

101 Maple Street

Auburn, CA 95603

Juvenile Department (530) 745-2100

Tahoe Courthouse

Departments 14

2501 N. Lake Blvd

Tahoe City, CA 96145

Main (530) 584-3460

Juvenile Courthouse Auburn

Departments 12

11270 B Avenue

Auburn, CA 95603

Juvenile Department (530) 745-2100

Jail Courthouse Roseville

Departments 20

11801 Go For Broke Road

Roseville, CA 95678

General Mailing Address - Roseville

Placer County Superior Court

P.O. Box 619072

Roseville, CA 95661-9072

Traffic Mailing Address - Roseville

Placer County Superior Court

P.O. Box 619077

Roseville, CA 95661

Appeals Mailing Address - Roseville

Placer County Superior Court - Appeals Division

P.O. Box 619072

Roseville, CA 95661-9072

Tahoe Mailing Address

Placer County Superior Court

P.O. Box 5669

Tahoe City, CA 96145

DMV Office Butte County

DMV Rocklin

Department of Motor Vehicles

5245 South Grove, Rocklin, CA 95677

(800) 777-0133

DMV Roseville

Department of Motor Vehicles

7200 Galilee Rpad, Roseville, CA 95678

(800) 777-0133

DMV Auburn

Department of Motor Vehicles

11722 Enterprise Drive, CA 95603

(800) 777-0133

Attorney Search Network can refer you to a pre-screened Placer lawyer. Our Placer County network of panel attorneys is one of the largest and most extensive collections of pre-screened attorneys in Northern California. Select the practice area that fits your current legal need, from Bankruptcy to Wrongful Death, and we will provide you with a Placer Lawyer Referral.

We offer Placer Lawyer Referrals in the areas of law below:

Get a Placer Lawyer Referral, call us toll-free at (800) 215-1190 or provide your contact information in the contact form, including the appropriate legal area. We will contact you and try to refer you a Placer lawyer that represents the best possible fit for your case.

How we choose your Placer County attorney referral

Attorney Search Network makes finding a lawyer easy. We use factors like years of experience, office location, trial experience and California State Bar records to pre-screen the lawyers we refer.

Questions to Ask your Placer County Lawyer Referral

After you have your Placer Lawyer Referral you should prepare for your consultation. Have any documents on hand when you call. Have a pen and paper ready to take notes. Prepare to ask your potential lawyer a few qualifying questions to learn if they are the right lawyer for you. If you are not sure what questions to ask, we have prepared a few questions to get you started:

  • How long have you been in practice?
  • How many cases like mine have you handled?
  • How often do you settle cases out of court?
  • What are your fees and costs?
  • What are the next steps?

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