Oakdale Personal Injury Lawyer
Over 20 Years Of Legal Experience
If you've been injured in an accident, then get the compensation you deserve with the help of an experienced legal team. At the Law Offices of Dean Petrulakis, we offer a number of benefits for our clients that are not able to be found elsewhere.
Workplace Injuries In Oakdale
The number one industry in Oakdale is food manufacturing, with more than 20% of the population involved in this industry. One of the largest tomato processing plants in the world is located in this area, ConAgra Foods Hunt's plant.
Oftentimes, workers at factories can suffer injuries such as:
- Repetitive motion injuries
- Equipment malfunction injuries
- Slip and fall accidents
- Toxic exposure
Another popular industry in Oakdale is construction, which makes up about 13% of the area's economy. Construction is considered one of the most dangerous jobs in the U.S. with the potential for fall accidents, caught in-between accidents, electrocution accidents and struck-by accidents.
Traffic Patterns And Car Accidents In Oakdale
According to City Data, there was only 1 fatal accident in Oakdale in the year 2010. Unfortunately, there are still traffic accidents that cause severe injury in Oakdale frequently. If you want more information about Oakdale car accidents, motorcycle accidents or truck accidents, speak with an Oakdale personal injury attorney at our firm for more information!
Oakdale is a city located in Stanislaus County, California in the Modesto Metropolitan Statistical Area. More than 20,500 people live in Oakdale, and the city is 6.1 square miles in size. The city has its own police and fire departments, along with an involved city council and city administration. You can visit the Oakdale official city website or the Oakdale Wikipedia profile for more information!
27.9% of the residents of Oakdale are under the age of 18 and 26.3% of the population is between 25 and 44. Another 24.6% are between 45 and 64 and about 12.3% of the residents are 65 or older. This means that there is a very equal distribution of ages, leading to injuries for individuals in all walks of life.