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Car accidents are one of Arizona’s most common causes of injuries and deaths annually. In 2019 alone, the Arizona Department of Transportation reported 982 traffic accident deaths and 53,809 injuries in the state. If you get injured in a car accident in Arizona, you may wonder who will be responsible for paying for your damages.
Speeding is one of the most common moving violations in Arizona. It is an infraction that means a driver has either exceeded the posted speed limit or is driving too fast for current conditions, such as bad weather. Speeding is punishable with fines and driver’s license suspension in Arizona.
Personal injuries never come at a convenient time. They happen even during a global pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes to daily life and the infrastructure of cities such as Glendale. One change is in how the court system operates for personal injury claims.
One of the most common fatal traffic accident types in the US is a collision with a commercial truck. In 2017, 4,657 fatal collisions involved large trucks, according to crash data from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Big rigs pose many safety threats to smaller passenger vehicles and their occupants, such as weights of up to 80,000 pounds and significant blind spots.