Rear End Collision Attorneys Peoria Arizona
Have You Or A Loved One Been Hit From Behind While Driving in Peoria Az
A rear-end collision occurs when an oncoming vehicle rams into the back of your car. In Peoria Arizona, the car that just rear-ended you is more than likely the at fault driver. So, if you were at a stop sign and got rear-ended that driver more than likely will be the at fault driver, as per Arizona law. Another scenario might be that you as a driver slam the brakes on and successfully stop your car from rear ending the car in front of you, but then, despite all of your efforts to stop or prevent a car accident, you get rear-ended while driving in Peoria Arizona.
How Can a Peoria Arizona Rear End Car Accident Lawyer Help?
Our legal team, comprised of experienced and knowledgeable Peoria Arizona personal injury attorneys, will examine the conditions involved with the car crash and reverse engineer what happened based on the facts and figures collected at the scene of the accident and take witness statements. We employ reputable accident reconstructionist, chiropractic and medical professionals to get you the best possible car accident injury treatment available. Rest assured our forensic experts will reinforce you’re not at fault claims with supporting testimony. We have the knowledge, resources and the desire to fight for you and get you the justice and compensation you deserve.
To schedule a free case review, please call Peoria Car Accident Attorney at (602) 313-1618 today or submit an online contact form and we will get back to you shortly.
Recently Released Data Pertaining to Rear End Crashes from AZDOT
Rear end crashes are more common than all other types of multi-car crashes by a long shot. According to recent crash data statistics released by the Arizona Department of Transportation, in 2012:
- 38,567 rear end collisions occurred in AZ
- 63% of all collisions reported in AZ were rear-end collisions
- 50 fatal rear-end collisions occurred
- 76% fatal crashes in Arizona were rear-end crashes
- 32% of injury crashes were rear-end accidents
The Top 5 reasons the driver who rear-ended you usually was at fault
- Driving too close
- Speeding too fast to stop
- Distracted driving
- Faulty Mechanical Maintenance
Be aware, you, as the accident victim, are entitled to financial recompense for medical expenses, hospital bills, pain and suffering, lost income or wages, future lost income or wages, and property damage. Speak to one of our Peoria Az attorneys concerning filing a personal injury claim with the at fault driver’s insurance company.
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