Goodyear, AZ (July 04, 2022) – On Sunday, July 3rd, one man was left in serious condition after his disabled pick-up truck was rear-ended by another vehicle in Goodyear.
Reports show that the accident happened on Interstate 10 near the exit ramp leading to Dysart Road.
An adult male driving a pick-up truck lost control of his vehicle and veered across multiple westbound lanes before coming to a rest between them.
Another motorist pulled over and was helping the man move his pick-up out of the lanes of travel when a car slammed into the truck’s rear fender. The impact threw the man from the truck as it was launched into the median and immediately caught fire.
First responders arrived on the scene and transported the truck driver to a local medical facility. His injuries are considered life-threatening.
Criminal charges are pending for the driver of the car who fled the scene.
Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Car Accidents in Arizona
Motor vehicle collisions take place for a wide variety of reasons. Outside influences, such as rough weather, often cause driving conditions to become perilous, and result in a driver losing control of their car. In many instances, at its core, a vehicle crash is really caused by the malicious, reckless, or negligent behavior of another motorist.
Inattentive driving and other kinds of careless behavior also result in drivers disregarding fundamental driving regulations and laws, causing them to blow through stoplights, drive dangerously fast, and even hit pedestrians, cyclists, and other vehicles.
Taking into consideration the numerous modern technological advancements at our disposals such as car stereos with remote controls, cellular phones, and satellite navigation systems, there are more things to pull our focus off of the roadway than ever before. This means that drivers are paying less attention to their surroundings than ever before. These distractions, combined with human error and basic negligence, have caused an increase in Arizona’s annual number of vehicle accidents and an increase in the number and severity of injuries they cause.
Like most other states in America, Arizona abides by standard fault laws where car crashes are concerned. This means that your Phoenix car accident attorney will have to prove fault before you will be able to file your claim. Liability for an accident can lie with one or even several parties depending on the cause.
Establishing the specific cause of your car accident is absolutely vital if you intend on filing an insurance claim for a car accident in Arizona.
When an accident resulting from somebody’s negligence else leaves you with significant injuries, it is in your best interest to meet with a reputable personal injury lawyer as soon as you are able to do so. Most crash victims are awarded recovery that is intended to help mitigate economic hardships created by their injuries. Our Phoenix vehicle accident lawyers invest wholly in our clients and work hard to get them the full amount of compensation they are entitled to.
If you were injured in a car accident, contact the Arizona personal injury lawyers at Saavedra Law by calling (602) 753-8917 to schedule a free and confidential case review with a member of our legal team as soon as possible.
Note: Our writer used outside sources in the creation of this post. These sources include local news reports, local and state police incident reports, social media outlets, and eyewitness accounts about serious injury accidents that take place in Arizona. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this accident. If you find any information that is not correct, contact Saavedra Law Firm, PLC as soon as possible so that we can correct the post to reflect the most accurate information available. We will remove this post upon request.
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