A San Diego car accident attorney

Ordaz Law, APC, is the law office of San Diego car accident attorney Juan J. Ordaz Jr.  Known throughout the legal community for his dedication and perseverance, Juan J. Ordaz Jr. prides himself on the devotion he dedicates towards the representation of his clients’ injury cases. He is a personal injury attorney focused on excellence and client satisfaction.

Continue to read and learn about car accident personal injury claims and lawsuits in San Diego County.

About Ordaz Law, APC – A San Diego Personal Injury Attorney, and his Distinguished Case Results.

We have recovered millions on behalf of accident injury victims.

San Diego Car Accident Attorney, Ordaz Law, APC

San Diego Car Accident

Car accidents occur on a daily basis.  In some cases fault is easily determined but in other cases fault is contested.  Don’t let being blamed or partially blamed for an accident prevent you from seeking the advice of a premier San Diego car accident attorney who investigates car accidents on a routine basis.

Car Accident | California’s Speed Laws

Under California’s traffic laws, people are prohibited from driving at excessive speeds. Whether a particular speed is excessive depends on the circumstances such as traffic, weather, visibility, and road conditions. Anyone who drives faster than the conditions permit is presumed negligent. Drivers may not drive so fast that they create as danger to others. Driving at an unreasonably slow speed may also be considered negligent.

Car Accident | Turning and Right-of-Way Laws

A driver must use reasonable care when turning their vehicle or moving to the right or left.  California Vehicle Code Sect. 22107 provides that no person shall turn a vehicle from a direct course or move right or left until such movement can be made with reasonable safety. This does not require a driver to know that the turn can be made with absolute safety but only that they use reasonable care while moving.

When the law requires someone to yield the right-of-way, it means that, that person or driver must let the other person go first.  Even if someone has the right of way, that person must use reasonable care to avoid an accident.

San Diego Car Accident Attorney, Ordaz Law, APC

San Diego Car Accident Attorney, Ordaz Law, APC

Ordaz Law, APC | San Diego car accident attorney

Juan J. Ordaz Jr. provides candid, hardworking and personal legal representation to individuals seeking a San Diego car accident attorney.  We helped victims suffering from a variety of injuries, who have sustained their injuries through different types of vehicle collisions.  We believe that it is a necessity to represent people who have sustained traumatic and debilitating injuries, and suffered ultimate losses.

Call (619) 550-3617 today so that we may schedule your free and discreet consultation with a premier San Diego car accident attorney.

We are for Justice no Matter Who it’s for or Against.

Learn More:

What is the Statute of Limitations for a Personal Injury Action?

What Should You Expect from Your Personal Injury Attorney?

What Should You Expect from Your Injury Lawsuit?

Will My Personal Injury Case Go To Trial or Be Settled?

Car Accident | Determining Fault (Liability)

Uninsured | Underinsured Motorist Coverage

Blog: Personal Injury

Blog: San Diego Car Accidents

Sources and Useful Links:

CACI 400. Negligence – Essential Factual Elements

CACI 401. Basic Standard of Care

CACI 700. Basic Standard of Care

CACI 701. Definition of Right of Way

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