Phoenix, AZ (September 21, 2022) – A serious auto accident was reported in Phoenix on the afternoon of September 21. At least one person was injured in the accident.
Police and paramedics were sent to the crash site to help the involved parties. It happened on I-17 near State Route 169/exit 278. The number of injured victims has not been reported at this time.
Interstate 17 was closed in the vicinity of the crash scene while responders worked in the area. One or more people required transportation to the hospital for the treatment of injuries sustained in the wreck.
It remains unclear what caused the incident to occur. Phoenix police continue to investigate the circumstances of the accident.
Arizona Car Crashes
More than 10,000 auto accidents occur in Arizona each month. These collisions can result in injuries that may change the lives of accident victims. If a negligent driver causes an injury crash, those victimized may be eligible for financial compensation that may help them recover.
People who sustain injuries due to the actions of negligent drivers, such as distracted, overtired, or intoxicated drivers, often sustain more severe injuries than those injured in other types of wrecks. This is due to the fact that negligent drivers are almost never paying attention to the roadway or their surroundings, which can make for extremely hazardous and dangerous accidents.
It is important to figure out how your collision occurred, especially if you believe another person caused it. A personal injury lawyer in Phoenix can help you hold negligent drivers responsible. A lawyer can help you receive compensation for a number of different consequences that may have resulted from your crash.
Our Phoenix personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Samuel P. Moeller, PLLC, can assist you in getting the justice you are entitled to after another driver caused you to become injured. Our lawyers will thoroughly investigate your case and gather valid evidence in support of your claim. We build the strongest claims possible so you can pay for vehicle repairs, medical care, and more.
You must act quickly to protect your legal rights. Contact our Arizona personal injury law firm today to get started on your case. Our lawyers are available by calling 602-903-2905.
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