The Central Valley is a large stretch of land that makes up more than 10% of the state of California. The region is renowned for its agricultural areas, which are among some of the most productive in the state. It includes the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys, whose respective river systems meet to form the California delta region.
The Central Valley stretches an estimated 450 miles from northern to southern California, and is nearly 60 miles wide. In total, the region amasses to approximately 22,500 square miles, nearly the size of the state of West Virginia. The region is home to an estimated 6.5 million people, and is considered to be the fastest growing region in the state of California.
Central Valley Economy
The Central Valley is considered to be one of the richest agricultural regions in the country, and is the premier farming region in the state of California. The communities of the Central Valley are bolstered by crop production, and for many, agriculture serves as the primary employer of residents. From produce like tomatoes and peaches to some of the country’s finest wine, the Central Valley is fueled by the farmland it is so well known for.
Many of the communities in the Central Valley are neither white nor blue-collar, but some communities are predominantly blue-collar economies. Aside from agriculture, the Central Valley is home to many manufacturing companies and corporate offices, and employs people in the sales, management and office sectors.
The Central Valley is home to many construction professionals, including some who may require construction litigation defense.
Construction professionals face a number of risks, legal issues included. Those in the construction industry, including self-employed workers, may be subject to legal challenges on several fronts, including being accused of poor workmanship, defective construction and violation of contract. These situations can carry serious implications, and require swift, responsive care.
If you are involved in a construction litigation case, you need legal counsel that is well versed in the many rules and regulations of construction law.
In the Central Valley, the law firm of Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Goodwin is a team that understands this specialized facet of construction law.
To schedule an initial consultation, contact us today at (209) 522-2211.
Directions to Our Modesto Family Law Attorneys from Central Valley, CA
These directions are from Google Maps starting from:
Central Valley, CA 96019
Total Est. Time: 3h 28mins
Total Est. Distance: 244 mi
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912 11th Street, #100
Modesto, CA 95354