Avondale Intersection Car Accident Lawyers
Regardless if you are at the corner of Avondale Blvd. and Van Buren Street or Dysart Road and McDowell Road, Avondale has a number of intersections that have seen more than their fair share of accidents. At The Husband & Wife Law Team, we have represented a significant amount of drivers, pedestrians and cyclists who had been injured in many of these same crossroads. If you, or a family member, have recently been involved in a car collision at an intersection, give an Avondale car accident attorney at our office a call at your earliest convenience. The Husband & Wife Law Team has witnessed the horrific damage that wrecks in and around our city's intersections can inflict and we're committed to helping you hold the at-fault party responsible for their negligence.
Depending on the circumstances, you may be eligible for damages from the following categories:
Economic damages – including emergency room visits, long-term hospital arrangements, pharmaceuticals, property damage, and loss of employment.
Non-economic damages – figures could include pain and suffering, disfiguring injuries, loss of consortium and loss of life enjoyment.
But time is of the essence. While you have the right to pursue legal action against the negligent party, the time in which you have to act is limited. In the state of Arizona, the statute of limitations can be as little as 180 days. This means, from the moment your accident occurs, you may have as little as 180 days in which to bring your claim forward. Failure to do so can result of in an immediate forfeiture of your rights and ability to collect damages for your injuries. Don't let this happen to you or your family. Call the personal injury attorneys at The Husband & Wife Law Team today and schedule a free consultation with one of our representatives. The number to call is (623) 930-8064 or you can also submit your information online.
Of course, there are hundreds of different reasons car accidents occur everyday across the country. Most of these causes are fairly innocuous and quite “accidental.” However, when it comes to personal injury law and identifying the responsible party, we look at some of the more common factors that play into an intersection accident. For example:
- Speeding – Put simply, exceeding the posted speed limit increases the likelihood of a serious accident, especially at an intersection. With so many cars, people, and bikes making their way through the street, drivers must be extra cautious about their surroundings. Speeding limits a driver's ability to react and increases the likelihood of a collision.
- Distracted Driving – This includes texting, talking on the a phone, changing a song on the radio, talking with someone or anything that may pull a driver's attention away from the road. As opposed to what many experts claim, the human brain is not good at multitasking – especially when driving is involved.
- Driving Under the Influence – While this category speaks for itself, it is amazing how many individuals still believe they can make it home safely after a few drinks. Driving impaired is exactly that – an impairment. Drunk driving accounts for a significant amount of intersection collisions throughout Arizona.
- Intersection Issues – When discussing intersection accidents we cannot diminish the city and municipalities role. Poorly built intersections are as much a problem as poorly trained drivers. Without proper signage and clear roads, drivers and pedestrians have a much greater chance of being involved in an accident.
Call The Husband & Wife Law Team to discuss your accident with our Avondale injury attorneys. The call is free. The consultation is free. And remember, we don't collect until you do. That is our No Fee Guarantee. Dial (623) 930-8064 today.
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