The law team at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. was sorry to hear about the deaths of two people on January 10 caused by a rollover accident that happened on I-40 near Kingman before 2 p.m., according to a news report published in The Tucson Citizen. Three people were riding in a van that was pulling a trailer when the vehicle rolled over, leaving two dead and one injured. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of the victims during this difficult time, and we wish the remaining victim a quick and full recovery.
Police are unclear on exactly what happened to cause this crash. We often see rollovers caused when drivers have to swerve to avoid something or when a vehicle is impacted by another vehicle. This Arizona rollover accident could have occurred because debris was in the road, animals were running across the road, other cars straying out of their designated lanes, unsafe lane passing, and more. Cases like this deserve proper and thorough investigation to find out exactly what happened.
Kingman Car Crash Statistics
There were 537 accidents in Kingman in 2010. Two people were killed in these accidents and 288 were injured. In Arizona in 2010, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), drivers who drove in the opposing lane caused 1,212 accidents. Drivers who passed in a no-passing zone caused 121 accidents, and drivers who made an unsafe lane change caused 5,987 crashes. Most of all, sideswipes caused nearly 15,000 accidents.
Contact a Kingman Wrongful Death Lawyer
An experienced Arizona wrongful death lawyer can investigate this car accident to determine what caused the van to roll. It is important to uncover the facts of any wrongful death claim. Experts can be hired to reconstruct the car accident scene. Our office advances all costs for experts and we do not have any fee at all if we do not win. We work diligently to obtain settlements for injury claims and wrongful death claims. For a free consultation, give us a call today.
The Husband and Wife Law Team at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. was sorry to hear about one man’s death after a rear-end collision on January 3. The accident occurred near the intersection of East Roger Road and North First Avenue, according to news reports by Fox 10, when a 63-year-old man rear-ended the car of a 51-year-old woman. He was taken to a hospital where he died. Our condolences go out to the man’s family at this difficult time.
What Caused This Tucson Car Accident?
As car accident lawyers, we know that rear-end collisions can be very dangerous and even deadly, as is the case in this Tucson fatal car crash. Police are unsure about what caused the crash, although we have seen many cases caused by cars that stop too suddenly, cars that stop at green lights instead of proceeding straight through, and more.
Tucson Car Accident Statistics
There were nearly 10,000 Tucson car accidents in 2010. Rear-end crashes accounted for 40,371 crashes in Arizona in 2010, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). Drivers who followed too closely caused 5,520 crashes in 2010.
Tucson Car Accident Tips
Here are some tips to avoid car accidents:
- Avoid following too closely;
- Avoid driving while distracted;
- Be aware of traffic signals and proceed accordingly;
- Indicate your intentions with turn signals and brake lights;
- If you are stranded, turn on your hazard signals immediately to warn other cars you are at a stop;
- Make sure your turn signals and lights are all in good working order; and
- Never drive drunk.
Contact a Tucson Wrongful Death Attorney
The Tucson wrongful death attorneys at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. have been handling wrongful death claims for years. We know that even when drivers obey all safety and traffic rules, they can still be injured or killed in accidents. We work to represent families of victims killed in car accidents when other drivers are at fault. We investigate to determine exactly what happened by talking to police and witnesses, reviewing any accident footage that may have been captured by nearby security cameras and more, and then work to obtain a settlement for the family. Contact us today for a free consultation.
As Mesa wrongful death attorneys, we were very sorry to hear of the death of a man as he rode his mobility scooter across the street near Fiesta Mall in Mesa on January 4, according to AZ Central. A Ford Mustang convertible hit him at about 9:45 a.m. on Southern Avenue. New reports have said he was not in a crosswalk when the vehicle struck him. Many people think that if they cross outside of a designated crosswalk, they don’t have a case, however, this is not always true. Our thoughts and condolences are with the man’s family at this time.
Causes of This Mesa Car Accident
Police are unsure of what caused this fatal car accident in Arizona. It is possible that there were many different factors at play, such as a distracted driver, speeding, or more. Currently, police have ruled out impairment. If the oncoming driver was distracted by a cell phone, a passenger in his car, putting the convertible top down on his car, or other factors, he could still be at fault. Also, if the driver was speeding or making an unsafe lane change, he may be at fault as well. A case like this deserves professional investigation to determine exactly what happened.
Mesa Car Accident Statistics
There were more than 6,000 Mesa car accidents in 2010, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). In Arizona, there were nearly 1,500 pedestrian crashes that resulted in 155 deaths and 1,236 injuries that same year. There were nearly 34,000 crashes due to drivers who were speeding and 12,026 crashes resulting from drivers who were distracted.
Contact a Mesa Wrongful Death Attorney
An experienced wrongful death attorney can investigate a serious case like this to determine exactly what happened. If the driver was at fault, he or she can be held responsible for the victim’s medical and funeral expenses and more. The best attorneys will investigate the facts and see whether or not the victim has an injury claim. The Husband and Wife Law Team at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. represents victim’s families. Contact us today for a free consultation.
As Arizona fatal car accident attorneys, we were shocked and saddened to hear about a 20-year-old Northern Arizona University student’s death in a Prescott Valley car accident on Christmas Eve, December 24. It occurred at 3:20 a.m., according to a report in Fox 10. The student and his passenger were not wearing seatbelts. While the passenger was able to walk away with minor injuries, the driver died at the hospital after being airlifted to Phoenix. Our deepest condolences go out to the driver’s family.
Causes of This Prescott Valley Car Accident
Police say that alcohol may have played a role in this Arizona fatal rollover auto accident and plan to test the driver’s blood. They also say that the driver most likely would have survived if he had been wearing a seatbelt, and that it is a shock that the passenger wasn’t thrown from the car after it rolled several times – especially since he wasn’t wearing a seatbelt either. Still, many car accidents happen and regardless of whether the person was wearing a seatbelt, the car accident is still not their fault. Just because you are not wearing your seatbelt in a car accident does not mean you are not entitled to an injury claim.
What Do Prescott Valley Car Accident Attorneys Do?
As Prescott Valley car accident attorneys, we think it is important that people know what resources are available to them if they or a family member are hurt in a car accident. The Husband and Wife Law Team at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. works closely with car accident victims and their families to make sure they receive the best possible medical care. We work to obtain settlements from at-fault drivers to pay for medical and funeral expenses and more. We also help victims injured in accidents in which alcohol played a part. Just because you are driving with a drunk driver or you do not wear your seatbelt does not mean you cannot have a successful injury claim. Every case is different and that is why it is always best when you are in a car accident to talk to an experienced injury lawyer. Contact us today for a free consultation.
As Mesa rollover accident attorneys, we were saddened to learn about one woman’s death on Monday, December 12, 2011 at 5 a.m. after her car rolled over on the Loop 202 freeway, according to a report in Fox 10. The car appeared to be the only car involved in the rollover accident, and the woman killed was a 23-year-old woman from Mesa. We want to express our deepest condolences to the woman’s family in this difficult time of grief.
Causes of This Mesa Rollover Accident
As rollover crash lawyers , we see a lot of rollover accidents that are caused when another driver swerves into the car and causes the driver to overcorrect. We also see rollover accidents caused by debris in the road. The debris, especially in the morning when it is still dark, can be hard to see and cause the driver to swerve too abruptly and roll over. Without a proper investigation, it is difficult to know exactly what happened in this Mesa rollover accident.
Mesa Car Accident Statistics
According to the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), there were 23 people killed and 2,893 people injured in Mesa car accidents in 2010. In total in Arizona, there were 40 drivers age 20-24, like the driver in this story, who was killed in car accidents. There were 4,787 drivers age 20-24 years who were injured.
Contact A Mesa Wrongful Death Attorney
It takes an experienced Mesa wrongful death attorney to investigate the scene of a Mesa rollover accident like this to determine what exactly happened. The Husband and Wife Law Team investigates cases for victims who were killed or injured in rollover accidents in order to obtain settlements for the victims’ families. We hold the at-fault party responsible, whether it be another driver or the government entity in charge of cleaning up debris in the road. Victims’ families use the settlement money to pay medical and funeral costs and other damages. Contact us at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. today for a free consultation at (480)753-4534.
The Tucson wrongful death lawyers at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. were saddened to hear that a 34-year-old airman who was riding an ATV was killed when an SUV struck him on November 18. His passenger, a 22-year-old female, was critically hurt, according to reports from Fox 10. She was immediately flown to a trauma center.
The crash happened at 9:30 p.m. According to police, a Chevrolet Suburban pulled out of a parking lot and hit the ATV on Houghton Road. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims’ families, and we wish the female passenger a speedy recovery. We also wish to express our deepest condolences to the airman’s family.
Causes of This Tucson Car Accident
Police believe alcohol was not a factor in this Arizona ATV accident. As Tucson car accident lawyers, we often see car accidents in which a distracted driver did not yield to other motorists. It is possible that the driver of the Chevrolet Suburban failed to yield to the ATV, hitting it straight on and causing minor injuries to herself.
Arizona Car Accident Law
According to ARS 28-771, a “vehicle on a terminating street or highway shall yield to the vehicle on the continuing street or highway.” The ATV was on the continuing street while the Suburban was pulling out from a parking lot, which is considered a terminating street.
Tucson Car Accident Statistics
There were 32 fatal Tucson car accidents in 2009, according to City-Data.com, which resulted in 35 fatalities. Drunk drivers caused eight of these fatal car accidents. There were also 13 pedestrians involved in fatal car accidents.
Contact a Tucson Wrongful Death Attorney
As Tucson wrongful death attorneys, The Husband and Wife Law Team at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. work with victim’s families to gather facts and advocate for them in court to obtain settlements that cover medical expenses, future lost wages, funeral costs, and more. Accident victims deserve the best possible medical care as well as a personal injury attorney who will act as their advocate. Contact Breyer Law Offices, P.C. today for your free consultation at (520) 308-6762.
The Mesa wrongful death lawyers at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. were glad to hear that driver fatalities due to motor vehicle accident in Arizona have declined from 433 deaths in 2009 to 406 deaths in 2010.
In Mesa, a driver was killed on the morning of November 1. According to AZ Family reports, a minivan rear-ended a street sweeper just after 6 a.m. near Riviera Plaza Shopping Center just north of University Drive. The driver of the minivan was pronounced dead after reaching a local hospital. Meanwhile, the driver of the street sweeper sustained minor injuries.
We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family of the killed victim and hope that the driver of the street sweeper will recover from his injuries.
Arizona Driver Fatalities Statistics
According to Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), passenger car drivers accounted for the highest number of Arizona fatal car accident victims in 2010 with 120 deaths. Meanwhile, van drivers accounted for 4 driver fatalities and pickup truck drivers accounted for 74 deaths.
Call an Experienced Mesa Wrongful Death Attorney
An experienced wrongful death lawyer in Mesa will be able to answer questions that the family of the minivan driver may have regarding a wrongful death claim. We have handled cases were people have rear-ended another vehicle and obtained a successful personal injury settlement. Questions that beg to be asked are whether the sweeper’s lights were on, if the city lights were on, if there were warnings signs on the back of the trucks, and other similar questions. For a free consultation with Breyer Law Offices, P.C., call today at (480) 389-2463.
As Mesa wrongful death lawyers, we were saddened to hear about the death of a man due to rear-ending a street sweeper at the intersection of Gilbert Road and University Drive early Tuesday morning around 5 a.m. The man was a resident of the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community.
We express our sincere condolences to his family and friends. The driver of the street sweeper sustained minor injuries, according to The Tucson Citizen. Southbound Gilbert Road was closed from Adobe Street to University Drive for a few hours.
Mesa Car Crash Statistics
There were 20 fatal accidents resulting from car crashes in Mesa in 2009 according to City-Data.com. Fatal car accidents in Arizona could be the result of driving under the influence, distracted driving, driving at excessive speeds, and more. However, fatalities can also happen even if all drivers obey traffic laws.
Causes for Similar Car Crashes
Police have not yet released specific details about this case. As car accident attorneys, we often see collisions like this that are the result of distracted driving, speeding, and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Other possible causes for an accident like this could include that the street sweeper didn’t have lights on or had merged too far into the lane. Until a proper investigation takes place, no one will know the facts.
How a Mesa Car Accident Attorney Can Help
An experienced Mesa car accident attorney can investigate a case like this to determine who was at fault. In some situations, wrongful death suits can be filed by the victim’s family. That’s why it’s so important to hire a knowledgeable attorney who will work to investigate the scene, interview witnesses, and review police reports. The best attorneys offer a free initial consultation and do not collect money until the case is settled. For your free consultation, call Breyer Law Offices, P.C. at (480) 389-2463.
An experienced car accident lawyer can help assist Chandler car accident victims in making sure that drivers who were driving drunk and caused an accident are found responsible. ABC15 has reported that a man who was involved in an automobile accident last October 8, 2011 in Chandler was accused of first-degree murder due to his negligent actions that resulted in a death. Police stated that the accident occurred early morning and the suspect appeared to be driving impaired. He ran a red light at McQueen Road, and then turned left at Island Drive in Gilbert. Police at this point were following the driver and lost sight of him. It was determined that the driver may have been travelling as much as 100 miles per hour. The suspect went back to Warner Road and again failed to stop at a red light at the intersection of McQueen Road and collided with another car. The car the suspect hit was carrying a father and his 7-year-old and 11-year-old son. The younger child sustained serious injuries and the 11-year-old boy was killed. The father was treated in the hospital but was later released.
Based on reports after the accident, the suspect ran out of his vehicle to hide from police but officers were able to find him. The officers noticed that the suspect had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath and had watery bloodshot eyes, and they also observed that he had slurred speech. It was later found that his alcohol level was at 0.235 and there were traces of amphetamine in his system. He now faces first-degree murder, three counts of aggravated assault, and unlawful flight from law enforcement. The bond was set at $ 750,000.
Contact an Experienced Chandler Wrongful Death Lawyer
Accidents like this one are tragic. There are no words that can explain how this accident occurred. This man needs to be held accountable and punished. Although reports indicate police were not chasing the vehicle, it is possible that the police were in fact chasing the car. If the police were chasing the vehicle, then the police would be responsible for the death of this sweet 11-year-old boy. No family should be torn apart by a drunk driver. An experienced Chandler car accident lawyer can investigate accident like these in depth to see if the police were at all responsible. There may be issues as well with the intersection lights or something similar that may have caused this accident. Clearly, the drunk driver is responsibile and needs to be punished, but as accident attorneys we always look at other possibilities for causes as well. If you lost a loved one because of the negligent actions of another in a traffic accident, the Phoenix traffic accident wrongful death lawyers at the Breyer Law Offices, P.C. can help you. Call for a free consultation at (480) 389-2463.
The Phoenix fatal auto accident lawyers at Breyer Law are saddened by the recent news of a fatal car accident which took the lives of two people and left one with critical injuries. ABC 15 reports, the crash happened Wednesday September 28, 2011 near 63rd and Southern Avenue in Phoenix, Arizona.
A spokesperson for the Phoenix Fire Department said a car initially hit a man riding a moped then proceeded to collide with a semi-truck in a head-on collision. Two people inside the car were pronounced dead at the scene while the moped rider was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of all of those who were involved in this fatal accident.
What Caused this Fatal Car Accident?
Initial investigations reveal that the car might be at fault as before the crash the driver of the car was driving erratically. Sometimes erratic driving is brought about by a medical emergency. Investigators are likely to look at impairment and aggressive driving behavior as possible factors but at this time no one knows what caused this fatal accident.
Phoenix Fatal Car Accident Statistics
According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, there were 29,062 car crashes in Phoenix last year, 134 of which were fatal. Phoenix also had the most number of car accidents amongst cities in Arizona.
Get in Touch with a Phoenix Wrongful Death Lawyer
One can only imagine the pain of losing a loved one in a fatal car accident, making it more of a reason to hold the person who caused the accident liable for his actions. To begin a car accident wrongful death claim in Arizona, it is important to contact the best Phoenix wrongful death lawyers so you can be rest assured that everything is being handled for you from start to finish. As Phoenix wrongful death attorneys, Alexis and Mark Breyer of Breyer Law Offices, P.C. are here to help you if your loved one was killed in a fatal accident. We have helped many families recover damages for the loss of a loved one and although we cannot bring the loved one back, we can help the family by obtaining a settlement that will help them with all of their financial concerns. Call a free consultation at 602-457-6222.