As Tucson car accident attorneys, we were sorry to hear about a woman who was injured when her car collided with a stationary object on November 13. The car accident occurred on I-10 at milepost 285 at around 6:30 p.m. according to News 13 KOLD. We wish the driver a quick recovery.
Causes of This Tucson Car Accident
According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS), rain in the area may have been a factor in this Tucson car accident. While the investigation is ongoing, slick roadways may have caused the crash. Interestingly, another crash occurred just two hours later near the same area.
Pima County Car Accident Statistics
There were 15,764 car accidents in Pima County in 2010 according to the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). Of those crashes, 101 were fatal and 5,258 resulted in injuries. There were 106 fatalities and 7,831 people injured in those car accidents. Many of the accidents happened on I-10, like this Tucson car accident.
How a Tucson Personal Injury Attorney Can Help
In an accident like this, the government entity responsible for maintaining the roads may be responsible because it didn’t warn drivers of a potential dangerous roadway. Also, the slick roads could have caused another car to swerve into the woman’s lane, causing her to crash. Accidents like this one should be investigated, especially because there was another car accident near the same area.
An experienced personal injury attorney knows how to compile all the evidence and use it to advocate for the injured driver. The team at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. has obtained large settlements for their clients to pay for medical expenses, lost wages, and more. Contact them for a complimentary consultation today at (520) 308-6762.