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Why should Arizona enforce seat belt laws?

Nationwide statistics show that vehicular accidents are leading causes of death due to injury. Many deaths due to car accidents happen because the victim was not wearing a seat belt. According to reports, a death due to not wearing a seatbelt occurs every hour in America.

What safety measures stop car accidents and injuries?

Many Arizona residents are killed every year in motor vehicle accidents. According to recent statistics, vehicular accidents are the primary reason that children, teens and young adults lose their lives every year. Tens of thousands of people in the United States die every year in car accidents.

Fatal pedestrian-related accident in Yuma

Many drivers are naturally concerned about their safety. That's because accidents can occur at any time due to various reasons, including a negligent driver, a vehicle defect, road conditions or even bad weather. In the event of an accident, any pedestrian who is involved can suffer the most, since pedestrians do not have any safety mechanisms with them, such as those in an automobile. Recently, a pedestrian was killed in Yuma after he was hit twice by different vehicles.

Been in a car accident? Talk to a Yuma personal injury lawyer

Arizona residents would agree that a car accident has the potential to wreak havoc on the otherwise peaceful life of an individual. In addition to physical pain and suffering, a car accident can also put significant emotional and financial stress on a victim and his or her family. Prolonged recovery periods and considerable expenses due to medical treatment and loss of wages are just some of the adverse consequences of a car accident.

Multi-car accident in Arizona injures four people

Car accidents continue to be a major problem on Arizona highways. Various reasons exist for these accidents, including ignoring traffic signals, driving distracted, driving while talking or texting on a cell phone and driving under the influence or while intoxicated. Arizona has stringent laws against distracted driving and violation of traffic laws is generally not tolerated.

Car accidents: a growing problem for Arizona residents

Car accidents have become a growing cause of concern for many Americans. Many cases of serious injuries are caused every year by car accidents. There are also many cases of distracted driving, driving while intoxicated and driving under the influence that are reported annually. If you or someone you know was the victim of a negligent driver, the Smith Fila Law Firm has been helping people like you and their families since 1972.

Car accident information that may interest Arizona residents

Car accidents have become a serious problem in the United States, including the state of Arizona. Although the number of car accidents reported had been on a downward trend in the last few years, there was a significant increase in 2012.

5-year-old Arizona girl dies after being hit by car

Arizona residents who are injured in a car accident often experience tremendous pain and agony in addition to the emotional and financial losses. In the case of a fatal accident, these losses affect not only the accident victim but also the victim's family and friends.

Family injured in Phoenix car accident

Phoenix, Arizona saw four people and a family dog being injured in a recent accident after an armored car crashed into a pickup truck. Three people as well as a Labrador dog had to be extricated from the trucks by the fire department. While the humane society took temporary custody of the dog, the injured were sent to nearby hospital. All victims of the car accident are expected to recover from the non-fatal injuries, including two children, aged 14 and 17. The cause of the accident has not yet been determined, but it may have been caused by distracted driving.

Car accident fatalities increase in Arizona

The key to avoiding a car wreck in Yuma, or anywhere else in the country, is to exercise caution when driving. Traffic rules and median and lane markers should be observed very closely. Arizona transportation and police departments often conduct traffic safety campaigns to stop drunk driving before a tragedy occurs. Although all-in-all alcohol related fatal accidents are down statewide, this is not the case for some counties.