Phoenix, AZ (October 10, 2022) – A serious car accident took place in Phoenix on the afternoon of October 10. At approximately 3:20 p.m., emergency crews were dispatched to the crash site on US Highway 93.
Reports show that the incident occurred on US Highway 93 near Upper Trout Creek Road when an unspecified number of vehicles crashed in the area. What led to the collision remains under investigation by area authorities at this time.
Police, paramedics, and fire crews were dispatched to the crash scene to help injured parties. At least one person was in need of medical attention on-site.
Traffic was delayed in the area for an extended period of time while emergency crews worked to secure the wreck site and clear the roadway. Authorities continue to investigate the details of the crash.
We hope for the full and fast recovery of those with injuries. No further information has been reported at this time.
Arizona Car Crashes
Every year, hundreds of thousands of auto crashes happen in the state of Arizona. Over 125,000 car crashes happen on average per year in the Grand Canyon State. Of these collisions, more than 55,000 people sustain injuries and over 1,000 lose their lives annually. Car wrecks are one of the main causes of serious injuries and fatalities in Arizona and throughout the United States. These accidents happen for numerous reasons. Currently, the most common reasons car wrecks happen in Arizona all have to do with driver negligence.
Unfortunately,y numerous forms of driver negligence exist. Among these are distraction, intoxication, fatigue, and speeding. Thousands of collisions happen due to these four types of driver negligence. Currently, driver distraction is the most commonly seen form of driver negligence throughout the country.
Although it may seem fine to quickly look at your phone while driving, this is never the case. You should never look away from the road while behind the wheel of a moving vehicle. Doing so could put you and everyone around you at serious risk for injuries or even death.
If you or a loved one of yours has been hurt in an auto accident caused by negligence, you deserve to be compensated for the losses and damages you face. It can be overwhelming and scary to sustain a severe injury in a car wreck. You may be dealing with pain & suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and other difficult consequences.
You don’t have to face this issue on your own, especially if you know the accident wasn’t your fault. A car crash lawyer in Phoenix can help you get the money you need to pay for the costs related to your accident. You may also be able to collect compensation for non-economic hardships such as pain & suffering.
The lawyers at the Law Offices of Samuel P. Moeller, PLLC, have been working to help injured crash victims recover for over twenty years. We work diligently to ensure that the well-being of our clients is preserved in every way possible. We work hard to make sure our clients are able to recover financially, physically, and emotionally. Especially when they are injured by the actions of negligent drivers.
Call the Law Offices of Samuel P. Moeller, PLLC, at your earliest convenience if you are under the impression that you were hurt by the actions of a negligent driver. We are here to help you recover from this difficult situation as seamlessly as possible. You should not have to worry about money during a difficult time like this. Call us at 602-903-2905 to learn more about your legal options.
Note: Our writers have used outside and secondary sources when creating this post. These sources include local and state police accident reports, news and social media outlets, as well as eyewitness accounts about accidents that take place in Arizona. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this incident. If you locate any information that is incorrect, please contact our firm right away so that we can update the post to reflect the most accurate information available. We will remove this post if requested.
Disclaimer: The information provided in this post is not intended to be medical advice. If you have been injured in an accident, seek medical attention immediately. None of this information should be considered legal advice. Speak to legal counsel about the specifics surrounding your injury accident. The photo used in this post was not taken at this accident scene. This is not a solicitation for business.