Motor vehicle accidents can happen in an instant. Consequences of these accidents can be traumatic for years to follow, what with some developed phobias and even financial incapability. According to a Crash Facts Summary for Arizona in 2009, out of a total of 106,767 crashes, single vehicle crashes accounted for 19,116 while those of multi-vehicles accounted for 87,651. There were a total of 2,154 crashes in Gilbert alone.
In recent news, two accidents have occurred in the last six days in Gilbert (AZCentral 09/06/2011). It left two people in serious condition and another with injuries. A 45 year-old man, while exiting the eastbound 202 freeway at around 6 p.m., continued driving over the overpass and through a barrier fence, causing his vehicle to rollover on the freeway embankment just Sunday between San Tan Village Parkway and Loop 202.
Another accident occurred Thursday when a two-vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of Williams field Road and Parkcrest Street. A 36 years old woman, drove the vehicle that turned left into the path and collided with a westbound vehicle, which had the right of way. Both drivers were rushed to different hospitals in serious condition.
When driving, always be alert and remember to watch the road at all times. Avoid being distracted by things such a cell phones and eating while driving.
If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident in Arizona, you may call our experienced Phoenix car accident lawyers at (602) 457-6222 for a free consultation. We may be able to help.