As experienced Arizona fatal auto accident lawyers, we are truly concerned at the recent rise in the number of fatal single-vehicle collisions that have occurred throughout Arizona, including a crash that occurred in the early morning of March 25, according to The Kingman Daily Miner. The incident occurred when a pickup truck with a 21-year-old man inside travelling eastbound on Chino Drive went off the side of the road. The vehicle rolled several times and the man was ejected more than 50 feet from the truck during the roll. The man died at the scene of the accident before emergency crews could arrive. Police have not indicated a certain cause of the accident and the collision remains under investigation. Our thoughts are with the man’s family.
Kingman Car Crash and Rollover Collision Statistics
Fatalities recorded as a consequence of a Kingman car crash typically number in the single digits and in 2010 the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) recorded only two fatalities out of 537 collisions. Collisions in and around Kingman are more likely to cause injuries, with 288 injuries being reported as a result of 192 collisions, also in 2010. Most car crashes that take place within Kingman city limits cause only property damage. Statewide, there are nearly 2,800 rollover collisions yearly including 1658 injury accidents and 125 rollover crashes that result in 145 fatalities. Drivers can lessen their chances of being a part of an Arizona rollover crash by driving at speeds safe for road conditions and ensuring that their attention does not become divided.
What a Kingman Car Crash Attorney Can Do to Help
The family of the victim who died as a result of this Kingman car crash should speak with a skilled attorney to determine whether they have a case and could benefit from filing a wrongful death case. Single vehicle accidents require a lot of investigation to determine if the driver was at fault or not for the accident. The attorneys at Breyer Law, P.C. would bring in experts to determine whether road conditions and equipment failure were a contributing factor to the accident. We would work to make certain that if external factors were involved in the death of the driver in this collision that the family receives financial compensation to cover a variety of expenses including the funeral, property damage and more.
If someone you love was killed in a single-vehicle rollover crash and you are unsure whether you have a case for wrongful death, a free case review with the Husband and Wife Law Team may help to answer your questions. Call us today.