Accidents can occur anywhere, at any time. Accidents are an everyday occurrence, causing serious injuries and even death. Recently, a 54-year-old man was involved in a fatal accident in Yuma, Arizona, when the farm tractor he was driving on Route 195 was hit from behind by a pickup truck. He then lost control of the tractor causing it to roll over, killing him.
Accidents take place every day in Arizona. These accidents can happen for any number of reasons, but accidents caused by another person's negligence often cause additional emotional suffering along with the physical pain. Such accidents are not uncommon, and almost every day we read of a machinery failure, recall of products due to their hazardous nature, vehicle crashes and unsafe conditions at work leading to an accident. These accidents can not only cause injuries, but may also cause fatalities, and it may take a long time for the family to overcome the grief caused due to the loss of a loved one.
Yuma, Arizona, residents may be aware that there is a time limit within which a wrongful death claim may be filed. This time limit is referred to as the statute of limitation. When this period runs out, you lose your right to make a claim.
When a young man or woman dies in an accident, the world comes crashing down on the family of the deceased. The loss of a loved one is never easy to accept, not only because the deceased is someone's son or daughter, but also because the loss means a substantial financial setback to the family; in most cases, the young man or woman had his or her entire life in which to earn a living for himself or herself, as well as his or her future family. The loss is tougher to accept if the victim's death was the direct result of someone else's fault.
Life can lose its meaning when a family member dies. Any Arizona resident will agree that besides the emotional loss, financial damages can be extensive, particularly if the one who died was the family breadwinner.
Any Arizona resident who has suffered the loss of a loved one in an automobile accident may well think that if the vehicle driver had exercised caution, their relative or friend might be alive. A driver needs to be especially careful in order to prevent a fatal accident on Yuma, Arizona, roads as well as other highways around the country.
Any Yuma, Arizona, resident who has gone through the pain and suffering of losing a loved one in a car accident will no doubt agree that, if the driver had been a little more careful, their close friend or family member might still be alive. Extra cautious driving is needed to prevent a fatal accident on Arizona roads, as well as in the entire U.S.
Hearts break and life seems to lose its meaning when a close family member dies. The pain and suffering is especially unbearable if the death is accidental. Earlier this month, a 16-year-old high school student died in a car accident in Arizona. The student, whose parents had migrated to Arizona from Japan, died along with three other family members. The fatal accident occurred when the van in which the family was traveling was hit by a truck. The truck was being chased by police.
Earlier this month, a pregnant woman was seriously injured and her unborn baby was killed in a tragic car accident in Tucson.
Ridesharing companies like Uber are growing in popularity in Arizona and the rest of the nation. Essentially, the companies use a smartphone app to set up people in need of a ride with drivers in their area for a small fee.