On Sunday afternoon, at approximately 1 p.m., two (2) people were killed in a collision in Phoenix on the Interstate Seventeen (17) at milepost 262. According to a Spokesman for the Arizona Department of Public Safety, “One of the vehicles rolled, and we believe at least one person was ejected.” Two (2) people died at the scene of the accident and three (3) people suffered injuries and were transported to local hospitals. Police have not yet determined the cause of the accident.
In Arizona, a person injured in an automobile accident due to the fault of another, may be able to recover damages such as past and future medical expenses, loss of wages, pain, suffering, physical impairment and property damage to the vehicle. To make a claim for these damages, you must show three things: (1) the other party was at fault for and caused the accident; (2) you incurred damages; (3) the damages you suffered were caused by the car accident.
If you have been injured in an automobile accident, contact the personal injury lawyers at the personal injury law practice Oracle Law Group for assistance with your personal injury case.