Arizona Drivers Rank As Some of the Worst

According to SmartAsset, Arizona drivers are among the worst drivers in the country. Is this a fair assessment? Are drivers solely to blame or do our roads and traffic conditions play a role? The website considered a total of four metrics. The looked at the percent of drivers with insurance,…

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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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Dust Detection and a Dangerous Stretch

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has started work on a dust detection system that it hopes will reduce the number of collisions caused by dust storms on a stretch of Interstate 10. ADOT is installing equipment for long- and short-range radar and closed-circuit video cameras to help the department…

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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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I-10 Dust Storm Turns Deadly

Six people lost their lives in a massive, 25 car crash on I-10, near the Arizona-New Mexico border yesterday. Law enforcement officials say winds and a dust storm quickly blew in on westbound I-10 near Lordsburg, New Mexico, around 5 p.m. The pileup included 18 commercial trucks and seven passenger…

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Why You Need An Experienced Truck Accident Lawyer

  In 2016 (most recent data) a total of 3,986 people died in large truck crashes in America, according to a report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Highway Loss Data Institute (IIHS/HLDI). Sixty-six percent of these deaths came from the occupants of passenger vehicles. The reasons for these…

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