Two Adults, Two Toddlers Seriously Injured in Head-on Tucson Car Wreck

As experienced Tucson car wreck attorneys, we were overwhelmed by the news of a head-on collision that injured four people, including two toddlers, on Thursday, May 17th, 2012, as reported by Tucson News Now. The head-on collision happened when two cars traveling on Avra Valley Road near the junction with Anway Road struck each other. A 23-year-old woman and two toddlers in the first car were seriously injured and were taken to the hospital. The woman was listed in critical condition and the two children were listed in serious condition. The other driver was also transported to the hospital in serious condition. Initial reports from investigators did not divulge what caused the collision or which driver caused the accident. We are deeply concerned for all four people involved in this wreck and hope for a swift recovery for each of them.

Tucson Car Wreck Statistics and Young Children

Of the roughly 9,720 Tucson car accidents reported each year by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), nearly 37 percent result in physical harm to one or more people. On average, data indicates that each Tucson traffic accident results in a minimum of 1.5 injuries. Injuries to young children are numerous in car crashes throughout the state of Arizona. Statistics report that in 2010, there were 13 recorded deaths and over 1,000 injuries to children between the ages of zero and four that were involved in a car accident that year. Injuries to toddlers account for nearly one percent of the total number of car accident-related injuries in the state every year, according to statistics.

What a Tucson Personal Injury Attorney Could Do to Help

Multiple injuries were recorded after this Tucson car wreck and a skilled Tucson personal injury attorney may be able to help the victims of the crash get the help they need after such a frightening experience. The Husband and Wife Law Team would assist the people that were hurt by building a strong personal injury case against the person at-fault and negotiating with insurance companies. We would do whatever it takes to settle for compensation that would cover the victims’ crash-related medical expenses, vehicle repairs, time off work, and personal damages. We take calls seven days a week to get the process of recovery started sooner and will review your personal injury case for free. Call us now.

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