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San Juan Capistrano Car Accident Lawyer

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City of San Juan Capistrano

Population: 35852

Most Dangerous Intersection in San Juan Capistrano:
Del Obispo & Ortega Hwy

Last 5 Years: 79 Accidents | 18 Injuries | 0 Deaths

Avg Annual Auto Injuries per 1,000:

7

San Juan Capistrano Crime Index*

Nearby Cities:

107.5

Dana Point: 145.4

Laguna Niguel: 73.2

San Clemente: 92.6

Aliso Viejo: 47.5

Del Obispo & Ortega Hwy intersection - street view image

More Unsafe Intersections**

Accidents

Injuries

Deaths

56
22
0
33
14
0
16
14
0

* Crime index data taken from city-data.com. The national average is 315.5. The crime index is calculated using the population and severity of crimes vs the frequency of crimes committed.

**All intersection data is taken from the California Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System and is measured over the last 5 years of local and arterial street car accidents (non-highway). The data is not updated in real time.

San Juan Capistrano Lawyers

A number of San Juan Capistrano car accident attorneys have indicated that car crashes often occur in ocean-close communities. With a population of nearly 37,000, San Juan Capistrano in Southern Orange County, California has implemented a number of proactive approaches to reduce car collisions.

Car Collisions in San Juan Capistrano Linked to Traffic Issues

With a renewed effort to reduce the number of car collisions in San Juan Capistrano, the city noted a number of issues. Traffic backing up at the Camino Capistrano exit of the southbound I-5 freeway was creating a dangerous road condition. The City also looked into adding an extension of San Juan Creek Road to La Pata to reduce traffic on Ortega Highway. City commissioners had reservations about the extension adding excessive traffic to the existing quiet street and its impact on the safety of Ambuehl Elementary School children. Lastly, an extension of Las Ramblas to La Pata was also considered to help reduce traffic on Ortega Highway.

Another effort to reduce car collisions in San Juan Capistrano was the implementation of photo enforced signal lights at accident prone locations. Cameras were set up at Camino Capistrano and I-5 South Exit off ramp, Camino Del Avion and Del Obispo, and Del Obispo and Ortega Highway.

Roving DUI Patrols to Reduce San Juan Capistrano Car Accidents

Dovetailing these efforts to further cut down on San Juan Capistrano's car collision rate are DUI and Driver's License Checkpoints. Roving patrols were conducted March 21, 2009. The checkpoints helped identify and/or remove impaired drivers from San Juan Capistrano streets. Roving DUI patrols and checkpoints also help educate the public on the dangers of drunk driving, and to encourage the use of sober designated drivers for those who have had "one too many."

San Juan Capistrano car crash lawyers have repeatedly acknowledged that a city's proactive steps to remove impaired drivers from San Juan Capistrano streets can save many lives and prevent needles injuries. They will tell you that a number of their clients have suffered great pain due to negligent or irresponsible motorists who got the behind wheel while they were drunk.

Immediately call an experienced and reputable San Juan Capistrano Car Accident Lawyers for a free consultation at 949-203-3814.