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Rancho Santa Fe is a small, extremely affluent suburb in San Diego County. This community has only 3,000 residents, but the median income in the area is over $188,000. This makes it one of the most affluent areas in the entire United States. In fact, it is in the top 20 as far as most affluent ZIP codes in the United States. As a Rancho Santa Fe personal injury attorney, it is a pleasure to work in this beautiful area.
Rancho Santa Fe began as with a land grant given 1841 to a Mexican “alcalde” or magistrate manager. It sat as unused land until 1906, when the Santa Fe Railway built a line passing through the area. The railroad brought growth to the area, and in the 1920s, plans were drawn up for a planned community in the area.
The area began to significantly boom in the mid-1930s, when Bing Crosby began showcasing the area after he bought the Osuna Ranch in 1936. He and some business partners built a racetrack and began hosting pro-am golf tournaments that drew large crowds to the area. From then on, it became known as a resort community and began attracting visitors from around the country.
Rancho Santa Fe is the Republican stronghold in the state of California due to the immense amount of wealth in the area. It is also home to many notable celebrities, athletes, and entertainers. Golfer Phil Mickelson, three-time winner of The Masters, lives in Rancho Santa Fe. Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, who primarily lives in the Seattle area, owns a second home here. Bud Black, manager of the Padres, and Trevor Hoffman, the great Padres closer, also make their home in this area.
Even with all of this immense wealth, a person cannot always avoid injury. Sometimes, car accidents happen or you may slip and fall in a grocery store. If this happens, you will want to contact a Rancho Santa Fe personal injury attorney who will review the facts of your case and let you know the chances of a positive outcome. If they take your case, they will begin collecting evidence, getting witness statements, requesting medical records, and requesting police reports. All of this will help bolster your claim with the insurance company, who will likely try to delay the process and force you to take a lower settlement offer.
With a Rancho Santa Fe personal injury attorney, you can level the playing field against the insurance company. If you’ve been injured, call today for a free consultation.