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We report on crashes that occur on Arizona highways. We have seen firsthand the catastrophic injuries and untimely deaths that result from these crashes. We believe it is our duty to raise public awareness of the injuries and loss of life that occurs daily on our highways and to hold public officials and entities accountable to the citizens of Arizona.

We have had extensive media coverage for several of our cases.

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Media Coverage

ABC 15                       “Median Barriers the Answer? Deadly I-10 Crashes Cost Arizona Millions”

KOLD-TV                  “Another Fatal Accident on I-19 Raises Concerns”

KOLD-TV                   “Deadly Highway.”

KOLD-TV                   “Crossover Accidents on I-10.”

KJZZ-FM                   “Arizona Supreme Court Holds State Liable for Fatal Accident on I-10”

KOLD-TV                    “47 Million Dollar Jury Award.”             “Lack of barriers makes I-10 stretch AZ’s deadly freeway.”

KOLD-TV                   “No Median Barrier Signs.”

Arizona Daily Star    “Lawsuit questions government’s road safety obligation”


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