San Diego - El Cajon Automobile
Each year, many people are injured and killed
in car, truck and motorcycle crashes caused by a negligent
driver. “Negligence” means the other driver causing the injury
did not exercise reasonable care. Driving too fast, not paying
attention and disobeying traffic signals are examples of
negligence. Getting “rear-ended” while stopped at a red light is
In some cases, people are injured when the other driver engages
in intentional conduct. Deliberately ramming someone with a
motor vehicle is intentional conduct. “Road rage” is another
form of unlawful intentional conduct.
Still others are injured due to defective motor vehicles.
Defective tires or defective repairs are examples of injuries
due to a defective vehicle.
If you or someone you know has been injured by negligence,
intentional conduct or a defective motor vehicle, call the Law
Offices of Dan Bacal at (619) 588-2064 or request a
case evaluation. The initial consultation is free of
charge. If we agree to handle your injury case, we will work on
a contingency fee basis, which means we get paid for our
services only if you recover.
Frequently Asked Questions: What to do if you are in an auto