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Huntington Beach Auto Accident Lawyer

Updated on December 26, 2011

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Without becoming overly promotional, the city of Huntington Beach, California, offers fantasmagorical weather and also an ocean. Average temperatures hover near 50º in the Winter and 70º throughout the Summer. These numbers are in units of Fahrenheit because the average Huntington resident is in units of American.

Should you venture out of your air-conditioned bungalow into the adjoining ocean, expect water temperatures ranging from about 50º to 89º, as a function of the annual season. A significant buffer of sand abuts the water, permitting Huntington denizens to congregate within sight of the ocean without actually get wet. Surfing, swimming, and covertly staring at each other rank as popular beach-going opportunities. There's probably a no-smoking law.

Huntington Beach during the day.
Huntington Beach during the day.

Huntington Beach Driving Opportunities

Huntington Beach has roads. Many of the roads lead to the beach or connect to other roads leading to the beach. Relatively recently, relative to the last time we put a man on the moon, city administrators launched an effort to implement 'green' roads. Resist the urge to confuse this project with actually planting trees or preserving the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, which sits between the Huntington Beach beach and the Huntington Beach downtown. Green roads consist of artificial pavement made from recycled automobile tires. Rubberized asphalt concrete, RAC, represents a technology substituting traditional road-building materials with what were once expensive Michelins but have since lost virtually all of their value due to being attached to moving vehicles for extended periods of time.

Everyone agrees that building roads from abandoned tires is a good thing, except possibly the massive asphalt industry, which does not have a voice in the Huntington Beach halls of power, yet. Over 200,000 scrap tires have been integrated into Huntington Beach roads. The supply appears endless.

DO NOT engage in an auto accident here. You will need more than a Huntington Beach auto accident attorney.
DO NOT engage in an auto accident here. You will need more than a Huntington Beach auto accident attorney. | Source

Bad Things Happen to Good Cars

Well offshore, away from the Bolsa Chica swamp and the recycled roads, a technologically attractive offshore terminus supports oil tankers supporting the Alaska Pipeline. Well onshore, on the other side of the beach where idle citizens continue to congregate, the Boeing corporation employees people and computers to build airplanes.

People drive to work. They use automobiles to transport themselves within boating distance of the technologically attractive offshore terminus and parking distance of the the well-groomed Boeing Corporation campus. Sometimes they have wrecks.

We know from previous experience that auto accidents are no one's fault. Proving this premise frequently necessitates the services of a Huntington Beach auto accident attorney. Although Surf City USA (the informal moniker assigned to Huntington Beach by tourism aficionados) offers a virtually idyllic place to live, work, raise a family, and drive on recycled roads, sometimes the skills of a skilled auto accident lawyer must be secured.

Rather than participating in an actual auto accident, we researched online telephone databases to ascertain precisely the level of attorney available in Huntington Beach. We were not disappointed. Numerous professionals involved in the legal arts appeared with just a few keystrokes and mouse clicks. Nearby beaches such as Newport Beach and Seal Beach also boasted folks with legal bona fides. Cities without beaches were also well represented. Irvine, Paramount, and Santa Ana were not without professionals who attended law school and eventually elected to make a living representing Huntington Beach residents involved in car wrecks.

Obligatory Huntington Beach YouTube Video

Huntington Beach's Ocean View Little League earned the 2011 Little League World Series championship, stepping over Japan 2-1.


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    • DougBerry profile image

      DougBerry 6 years ago from Abilene, TX

      My car, if I remember correctly, found it's first home in Huntington Beach. I presume it was run out of town by the lawyers because it spent the next few decades of its life in Seattle. While I would prefer Seattle to the Middle of Nowhere, Texas, the rust under the car's chrome when I put it in the shop to get it repainted 6 months ago *and it is still in the shop* tells me the car prefers dry weather. I prefer my car to not my car, but the guy at the body shop doesn't really care.

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      nicomp really 6 years ago from Ohio, USA

      Thank you all for your comments. Please do not experience an accident in Huntington Beach.

    • drbj profile image

      drbj and sherry 6 years ago from south Florida

      I feel so much more secure with this info, nicomp. Thank you for performing the obligatory research.

    • ImChemist profile image

      ImChemist 6 years ago

      Great hubber ,thank you

    • The Frog Prince profile image

      The Frog Prince 6 years ago from Arlington, TX

      So you have ambulance chasers there too huh?

      Merry Christmas from The Frog to you and yours.

      Peace on earth, good will toward men...

      The Frog


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