Orange County, California Cities Serviced

Nestled along the coast of Southern California lies Orange County. This County is the sixth-most populous county in the United States with well-known cities like Newport Beach and Costa Mesa. Orange County is also known for its attractions like Disneyland and the endless beaches.

Millions of tourists visit Orange County year-round, making this area a higher chance for potential personal injuries. If you or someone you love sustains a personal injury, the attorneys at Kerr & Sheldon are ready to help. Contact us today to get started on your case.

Yorba Linda

Yorba Linda is a suburban city located in Orange County, California. It is in a great location that makes it easily accessible to Los Angeles, Riverside, Anaheim, and more. A fun fact is that the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and … more


During the 1980’s, a large number of Vietnamese refugees immigrated to the city of Westminster, California. Since so many immigrated to this city, this area is officially known as Little Saigon. Westminster is unofficially known as the “capital” of overseas … more

Villa Park

The city of Villa Park has the lowest population for an Orange County city in California. It is located east of Anaheim and has a lot of single-family residences in the city. Villa Park has great parks, places to explore … more


In western Orange County, California, you will find the city of Stanton. The city was named after Philip A. Stanton, a Republican assemblyman for LA in the years 1903-1909. Stanton is very close to a world-known theme park, Disneyland. While … more

Seal Beach

Before Seal Beach was known as its current city name, it used to be known as “Anaheim Landing.” Anaheim Landing was known as the boat landing and seaside recreation area. After that, it was known as “Bay City,” and finally … more

San Juan Capistrano

The city of San Juan Capistrano, California was created around the Catholic mission, Mission San Juan Capistrano. The Mission was founded in 1776. Many homes and businesses resemble the Spanish architecture the composes the building. While enjoying your time in … more

Rancho Santa Margarita

One of Orange County’s youngest cities is Rancho Santa Margarita, California. It is also the longest city name in California at 20 characters long. Rancho Santa Margarita iis a master planned community set in rolling hills. With all the fun … more


Placentia is a northern Orange County city located in California. It is known for its quiet neighborhoods and enjoyable community. In 1971, Placentia was awarded as an “All American City” that was given by the National Civic League to only … more

Los Alamitos

Enjoy the numerous recreational activities available in Los Alamitos, California. This Orange County city has so many enjoyable activities including a race course, golf courses, swimming facilities, baseball fields, and more. In Los Alamitos, you are close to not only … more

Laguna Niguel

The city of Laguna Niguel is only minutes away from the beach that will provide you with stunning views. You not only have the option of heading to the beach, but enjoying the many regional parks in town. Laguna Niguel … more

La Habra

The city within reach to both Anaheim and Los Angeles is La Habra, California. This Orange County city offers a well-rounded lifestyle to its residents. There are many artistic, cultural, and recreational activities to enjoy in this city. The Children’s … more

Fountain Valley

Fountain Valley, California is the perfect location to live or visit because it’s only 15 minutes away from Disneyland, but far enough to avoid all the traffic and tourists. Enjoy the California lifestyle in this Orange County city while still … more

Dana Point

Get your surfboard ready when you visit Dana Point, California. This city is known for its excellent surfing along with beautiful beaches. You can also enjoy other water sports like windsurfing, kayaking, and boating. Located in Orange County, Dana Point, … more


One of the best aspects about Cypress, California is its proximity to everywhere in Orange County and the Los Angeles area. The city is only minutes away from Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm, but avoids the traffic that comes along … more

Buena Park

Buena Park, California is home to Knott’s Berry Farm, a world-class theme park. Knott’s Berry Farm is a great family park environment filled with rides for all ages. This Orange County city is located only 24 miles southeast of Downtown … more


Did you know that Brea means “oil” or “tar” in Spanish? Well, the city of Brea, California first began as a center of crude oil production. Over time it also developed highly in citrus production. Brea is mostly known for … more

Aliso Viejo

The only city that has been incorporated since 2000 is Aliso Viejo, California. This city became Orange County’s 34th city in July of 2001. Aliso Viejo is only a few miles from the Orange County beaches so you have the … more

Mission Viejo

Located in the southern part of Orange County lies the city of Mission Viejo, California. It is a mostly residential area with a modern, suburban-feel. One of the main attractions is Lake Mission Viejo, which is a private recreational facility … more

Lake Forest

The beautiful Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park is located in the beautiful city of Lake Forest, California and has around 1,500 acres of woodlands. Some of the outdoor recreations in this park are mountain biking and hiking. Lake Forest is also … more

Laguna Woods

Laguna Woods is widely known for a retirement community that exists in the city called Laguna Woods Village. There are also beautiful parks to enjoy the mild year-round climate and breathe that fresh ocean air. If you or a loved … more

Laguna Hills

Believe it or not, Laguna Hills is actually a much older city than Laguna Beach, both located in Orange County, California. Laguna Hills has an excellent education system with high performing elementary schools. There are many activities available in Laguna … more

Ladera Ranch

Just outside the city limits of San Juan Capistrano lies a highly affluent town in Orange County called Ladera Ranch. Ladera Ranch is a master-planned community that was built in 1999. The Ladera Ranch development is divided into nine “villages” … more

Laguna Beach

A well-traveled beach destination located in Orange County, California is the seaside resort city of Laguna Beach. It is known for a mild year-round climate and artistic community, which is why it’s estimated that over three million people visit Laguna … more

Corona Del Mar

The town of Corona del Mar is known for its beautiful beaches, cliffside views, and quaint local shops. The name Corona del Mar is Spanish for “Crown of the Sea” and it is a neighborhood in Newport Beach area located … more

San Clemente

Located on the California Coast lies the beautiful city of San Clemente. It resides in the prestigious Orange County, enjoyed by a pleasant climate and Spanish Colonial style architecture. The other attractions that draws people to this city are the … more

Newport Beach

Newport Beach is a seaside city located in Orange County, California. This popular city has been ranked as one of the highest costs for housing in the United States, making this location very sought after. Newport is a widely popular … more


Locals know this city as the “City of Trees,” although the Orange County city name is officially Tustin. This beautiful California city is located just east of Santa Ana and north of Irvine. Tustin’s history dates back to the time … more

La Palma

CNN’s Money Magazine has ranked La Palma, California as one of the “Best places to live” among small cities with a population of 50,000 or less. It is located in Orange County and provides a small-town, friendly culture. La Palma … more

Long Beach

Long Beach, long considered an important hub for commerce, has the aptly named Port of Long Beach as the second busiest container port in US. Filled with bike paths, green lanes, and walking trails, Long Beach is at the forefront … more


Irvine, given the label as the “4th best place to live in the United States” in 2008, has a great quality of life and is one of the best places to raise a family. Named after James Irvine (one of … more


Fullerton, California was named after George H. Fullerton, the person responsible for the procurement of Fullerton’s land. A city was born. Educational institutions have become a staple of the area, most recognizably California State University, Fullerton (also known as Cal … more


The city of Orange, California has a rich and storied history that goes well beyond the known expeditions that led to it in the 1700’s. From the ranchos that established the area to the railroads that made cross-country transport possible, … more


Anaheim is the most populous city in Orange County, California and the center of the world when it comes to theme parks. Also, sports fans are known to love their hockey and baseball teams from Anaheim. The Santa Ana River … more

Garden Grove

From strawberries to chili peppers, Garden Grove has an agricultural past that has come to define the city’s own story. To this day, the annual Garden Grove Strawberry Festival continues during Memorial Day weekend. With the changing of the times … more

Santa Ana

Founded in 1869 near the Santa Ana River, the city of Santa Ana is the second most populous city in Orange County. The times of Santa Ana are long and storied, with Native American, military, and urban history telling its … more

Costa Mesa

Costa Mesa, nestled right above Newport Bay, used to be lush farmland for cows to graze on back in the early 1800’s. After 200 years of development, Costa Mesa is what it is today: a place close to the beach … more

Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach is the crown jewel of Orange County’s surfing scene. Thousands of tourists travel great distances just to watch surfers from Australia to Brazil compete. Killer waves create quite the spectacle. With all of the fun in the sun … more

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