Phoenix Wrong-Way Crash Injures Four

Another catastrophic wrong-way crash occurred this week along I-17 in Phoenix. As of this writing, five people suffered severe, possibly life-changing injuries. Wrong-way crashes happen with astonishing frequency across our state. The Leader Law Firm and Zachar Law Firm have brought lawsuits against the State of Arizona based on wrong-way…

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Arizona’s Deadly Highway Ranking

A disturbing study has revealed that Arizona had one of the top five, most dangerous highways in America during the summer driving months in recent years. ASecurelife.com ranked the most dangerous highways nationwide, from 2015 to 2017, based on fatalities. Interstate 10, which stretches for 329 miles through Arizona, had…

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I-40 Crossover Crash Kills 8

A horrific collision between a Greyhound bus and a semi-truck on I-40, in New Mexico, killed at least eight passengers and sent dozens of others to area hospitals last Friday. The crash happened near Thoreau, New Mexico, about 50 miles from the Arizona border. The New Mexico Office of the…

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Large Truck Accidents: Experience Matters

When it comes to a truck accident, experience matters. Crashes involving a large truck (commercial trucks, semi trucks, tractor trailers) can often be catastrophic and fatal. The majority of large trucks are massive vehicles, often carrying thousands of pounds of cargo and goods. These types of trucks are heavy and…

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Catastrophic Wrong Way Crash Kills Two on I-40

A catastrophic wrong way crash claimed two lives on Interstate 40 in Northern Arizona on Saturday afternoon. Five other people were severely injured when a wrong-way driver crashed into a church van. Law enforcement received reports of a driver speeding east in the westbound lanes on I-40 near Hopi Travel…

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Drivers Blamed for the Rise in Traffic Fatalities

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has decided to post a weekly numerical update of all Arizona traffic fatalities. The intention is to make the public aware that their actions have "life and death consequences." Arizona traffic deaths have risen steadily since 2014, and according to ADOT, ninety percent of…

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