Fatal Accident on I-19 Claims a Life

A 59-year-old woman was killed in a crash on Tuesday when the SUV she was driving smashed into an overpass support pillar on Interstate 19 south of Tucson. The one-vehicle crash happened around noon when the SUV went off of the roadway, crashing into a concrete pillar at the overpass…

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Green Valley Woman Dies in Crossover Collision

A Green Valley woman lost her life on US 93 Monday afternoon in a three vehicle crossover collision. The Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) confirmed that the crash occurred about 1:15 pm near milepost 29, about 30 miles south of Las Vegas. A Ford SUV traveling northbound suffered a…

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Why You Need Underinsured Motorist Coverage

If you don’t have Underinsured Motorist Coverage, you could be vulnerable if you have a crash. Everyone on this planet should have Underinsured Motorist Coverage (what we in the business call “UIM” coverage). Liability coverage, which everyone is required by law to have, doesn’t protect you from any injuries you…

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Self Driving Uber Cars Debut in Tempe

Self-driving vehicles have come to Arizona and are roaming about in Tempe. Back in December, Uber announced that Arizona would be a test area for self-driving cars. Governor Doug Ducey welcomed the new technology to the state, saying that Arizona wants to be a part of the vision of the…

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Driver Fatigue Suspected in I-10 Truck Accident

Authorities suspect that driver fatigue may have played a role in a fiery truck accident that caused massive traffic backups on I-10 EB in Phoenix near Ray Road yesterday. The crash closed several lanes and traffic was backed up for hours on I-10. Fortunately, there were no fatalities reported. New…

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Why is Arizona’s Highway Death Rate So High?

According to a recent Arizona Republic article, the fatal accident rate on urban Phoenix freeways is 61 percent higher than the national average. And according to Arizona Department of Transporation's (ADOT) “Strategic Highway Safety Plan,” the Arizona statewide fatal crash rate is about 33 percent higher (2005) than the United…

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