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Six people hospitalized following multi-car crash in Arizona

On Behalf of | May 8, 2014 | Firm News |

Arizona residents would definitely agree that traffic rules need to be followed as closely as possible. In fact, they have been established because they are necessary, and they keep everyone on the roads safe. If the rules are not followed, drivers may not only hurt themselves, but they may also hurt others. This was the case with a recent car accident in Arizona, where three teenagers suffered serious injuries and three others were also hospitalized in a three-car collision.

The six teenagers were traveling in a car when they stopped in an emergency lane. At this point, a van struck their vehicle. The initial crash led to further collisions. All of the people in the stalled car were between 17 and 19 years old. All six teenagers were sent to the hospital.

Negligent driving can be extremely dangerous on the road and often results in tragic consequences. Some examples of negligent driving are texting and driving or driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. A car accident will not only jeopardize the accident victim’s life but it will also affect the lives of the victim’s family as well.

In the event of such an accident, the medical expenses can be devastating, and the accident victim’s family may have a difficult time meeting those expenses. In that case, compensation can help a great deal with the financial aspect of the accident. However, obtaining compensation may be challenging, so it may be a wise decision for the victim and the victim’s family to obtain professional advice to lessen the burden.

Source: Fox Phoenix, “Multi vehicle crash in Mesa sends six to area hospitals,” Brian Pryor, April 25, 2014