El Cajon Personal Injury Lawyers
El Cajon had an average of 450 injuries from accidents every year for the past 5 years, and has also had a higher than average rate of auto thefts and arson than other cities in the area, even San Diego. This leads to a higher chance of injury within the city. Personal Injury Attorneys like Bisnar Chase can help you through any difficult life situations like auto accidents and injuries - let us fight for you against insurance companies who don't want to pay what you deserve in compensation. Call us today and see if you have a case!
El Cajón is Spanish for "The Box", relating to it being a parcel of land granted out of the vast Mission San Diego de Alcala tract and used for farming by Spanish missionaries.
The El Cajón personal injury attorneys at Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys offer these El Cajón resources for your convenience. If you are in need of an El Cajón personal injury lawyer, please call us at 949-203-3814.
- City of El Cajon, CA
- El Cajon Fire Department
- El Cajon Police Department
- El Cajon Public Library
- El Cajon Unified School District
- El Cajon DMV Office
Free El Cajon office, hospital or home consultations by appointment only.
Most Dangerous Intersection in El Cajon**
Broadway & Ballantyne St
Last 5 Years:
City of El Cajon
Avg Auto Injuries per 1,000: 9
El Cajon Crime Index*: 259.3
Nearby Cities Crime Indicies*
La Mesa: 261.7
* 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.
More Unsafe Intersections in El Cajon**
Chase Ave & Avocado Ave
Mollison Ave & Broadway
Washington Ave & Mollison Ave
** 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.