602.267.1280 • 623.930.8064
480.753.4534 • 520.624.4228

Two Pedestrians involved in Fatal Gila Car Crash

By Breyer Law Offices on September 27, 2011 - Comments off

One pedestrian has lost his life while another was injured in a fatal Arizona pedestrian accident on Thursday night, September 22, 2011 as reported by AZ Central. The Arizona pedestrian accident which happened at Sesame and Nelson roads resulted in the temporary closure of Milepost 223 on Gila River Indian Reservation.

Arizona Pedestrian Car Accident Statistics

As experts and experienced pedestrian car accident lawyers in Arizona, we are still surprised how often pedestrians become victims of fatal car accidents. ADOT reported that there were 1,449 pedestrian or 1.36 percent of the total crashes in 2010. ADOT also revealed that on the same year, 155 pedestrians were killed while crash-related injuries were sustained by 1,236 due to motor vehicle crashes.

Arizona State Pedestrian Laws

Pedestrians, just like any other road users are also subject to traffic rules and regulations of the state of Arizona. Section 28-645 of Arizona Pedestrian Laws states pedestrians are expected to comply with traffic signals. A driver is also expected to yield the right-of-way to pedestrians crossing within a crosswalk.

What Caused the Pedestrian Accident?

There are no specific details on the cause of the accident. The two victims might have been walking together when they were struck by the vehicle.

Call a Professional Pedestrian Car Accident Attorney

The Breyer Law Offices, P.C., is home to experienced wrongful death attorneys. If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in an Arizona pedestrian accident, contact Mark and Alexis Breyer at (602-457-6222 for your questions regarding your Arizona pedestrian accident injury case. Initial consultations are free. You can also follow us on our Arizona Law Team Twitter account for additional information, news, and topics of interest.

Related Articles:


Leave a Reply:

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Anti-Spam Question:   



hit and run reward

Witnessed a hit-and-run
traffic accident?
You could earn a reward.

Click here to learn more.

Phoenix Wrongful Death Attorney Disclaimer: The legal information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice, nor the formation of a lawyer or attorney client relationship. Any results set forth herein are based upon the facts of that particular case and do not represent a promise or guarantee. Please contact an Arizona personal injury attorney or Phoenix injury lawyer for a consultation on your particular legal matter. This web site is not intended to solicit clients for matters outside of the state of Arizona.

© 2014 Breyer Law Offices, P.C. - All rights reserved. Arizona Wrongful Death Lawyers and Phoenix Personal Injury Attorneys serving all areas of Arizona including Phoenix.

The information offered by Breyer Law Offices and contained herein, regarding Arizona statutes and claimants' rights is general in scope. No attorney-client relationship with our attorneys is hereby formed nor is the personal injury information herein intended as formal legal advice. Please contact a lawyer regarding your specific inquiry.

Website, SEO and Legal Internet Marketing by: SLS Consulting | Sitemap | Blog Sitemap