Phoenix, AZ (October 27, 2022) – A serious auto accident happened in Phoenix on October 26. At approximately 4:00 p.m, emergency crews were notified of the accident and quickly responded.
Four people, including a 14-year-old girl, were seriously injured in a two-car collision at the intersection of Campbell Avenue and 67th Avenue. The wreck occurred between a truck and a sedan, according to information from the fire department.
The victims included three men and a 14-year-old girl. Two of the men and the teenager are currently in critical condition. Authorities in Phoenix continue to investigate the details of the accident.
No further information has been reported at this time.
We hope for the full recovery of the injured victims.
Arizona Auto Accidents
If an auto accident had a negative impact on your life, you need to contact a car accident attorney as soon as possible to discuss your legal rights. Especially if you’re under the impression that your collision was caused by a driver who was acting negligently. Driver negligence is responsible for over 90% of the auto collisions that happen in the United States every year. Driver intoxication, distraction, and fatigue cause thousands of collisions that lead to serious injuries for victims.
The state of Arizona sees more auto collisions than most of the other states in the nation. On average, more than 125,000 auto collisions take place in the Grand Canyon State per year. This is more than 340 wrecks every day.
More than 150 people sustain severe injuries in these collisions each day. Those who sustain injuries in car wrecks usually need emergency medical care and have to spend a lot of time recovering in the hospital. Due to this, being seriously hurt in a car crash can be extremely difficult. You may also be dealing with emotional trauma and physical disabilities after your wreck.
At the Law Offices of Samuel P. Moeller, PLLC, we have worked hard for many years to help injured accident victims recover the money they need to get their life back on track after severe accidents. Our trusted team of car crash lawyers in Phoenix is here to help you throughout every aspect of your personal injury claim.
Even if you think you may have partially caused your accident, you may still be able to collect financial compensation to help pay for vehicle repairs, medical care, and more. For instance, if the court finds that you were 20% at fault for the crash, you’ll be able to collect 80% of the compensation available to you.
Call our Arizona law firm at (602) 903-2905 to speak with a car crash attorney regarding your case. Our trusted personal injury law firm works on a contingency fee basis which means that we charge you no upfront costs or out-of-pocket fees. We only get paid if you get compensation for your losses. Contact us as soon as you can to see if you’re eligible to collect compensation for your injuries and losses.
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