Tempe, AZ (November 16, 2022) – A traffic crash involving a motorcyclist happened in Tempe on the evening of November 16. At around 8:25 p.m., emergency dispatchers received a call concerning the accident.
Reports from authorities show the wreck happened on Loop 101 near the Superstition Freeway exit/exit 55. Traffic was backed up to Guadalupe Road while the accident scene was occupied by first responders.
The details of the accident have not been reported to the public at this time, however, it is known that a motorcyclist was involved in the incident. Paramedics were dispatched to the scene, however, the extent of the injuries suffered has not been reported to the public.
At this time, police in Tempe continue to investigate the details of the incident. No other details have been released.
We hope for the full and fast recovery of the injured parties.
Arizona Motorcycle Accidents
If an auto accident has negatively impacted your life, you need to reach out to a car accident attorney as soon as possible to discuss your rights, especially if you feel that it was caused by the other driver’s negligence.
Driver negligence is responsible for more than 90% of motor vehicle accidents nationwide every year. In motorcycle accidents, a negligent driver is almost always responsible. Drivers who do not look out for motorcyclists cause the majority of these wrecks.
Motorcyclists often suffer severe injuries in traffic accidents that land them in the hospital for prolonged periods or even end their lives. This is due to the fact that they travel at high speeds while exposed to the elements, as well as other vehicles and the road itself. If they become involved in a crash, they usually make direct contact with the pavement or other vehicles, causing them severe or even fatal injuries.
Driver intoxication, distraction, and fatigue cause thousands of collisions that lead to serious injuries and death for victims every single year.
The state of Arizona sees more traffic collisions than most other states in the nation. On average, more than 125,000 auto collisions take place in the Grand Canyon State each year. This is more than 340 crashes every day. A percentage of these involve motorcyclists. Sadly, about 80% of motorcycle accidents that happen in the United States and in Arizona end in serious injuries or death for those involved.
At the Law Offices of Samuel P. Moeller, PLLC, our trusted motorcycle crash lawyers in Tempe have worked diligently for decades to help motorcyclists get the financial compensation they require to recover from the damages that result from their accidents. Our skilled legal team has made it a personal and professional goal to help injured crash victims get the money they need to get their lives back on track.
Even if you think you may have been partially at fault for your crash, you may still be eligible for financial compensation that can help you cover the costs related to medical bills, and repairs to your car/bike. For example, if the court finds that you were 30% at fault for your accident, you may be eligible to collect about 70% of the compensation available to you for your injuries and losses.
Call our Arizona law firm at (602) 903-2905 to talk to a lawyer regarding your claim. 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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Disclaimer: The information provided in this post is not intended to be medical advice. If you have been injured in an accident, seek medical attention immediately. None of this information should be considered legal advice. Speak to legal counsel about the specifics surrounding your injury accident. The photo used in this post was not taken at this accident scene. This is not a solicitation for business.