September 2019 Archives

Five ways for Arizona drivers to prevent a crash

In 2018, there were an estimated 40,000 car crash fatalities in the U.S. In addition, 4.5 million people were injured that year in car crashes. This comes to an average of someone being injured every seven seconds. Drivers, regardless of where they live, will find the next five tips helpful in preventing them from becoming a crash statistic.

GM recalling millions of trucks for bad brake systems

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that nearly 3.5 million pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles are being recalled by General Motors due to problems with their brake systems. The recall applies to Chevrolet Silverados, GMC Sierras, Chevrolet Surburbans, Chevrolet Tahoes, GMC Yukons and Cadillac Escalades in Arizona and across the country. The recall comes following an NHTSA investigation that lasted for 10 months. According to a statement by a spokesperson for GM, the company knows of 113 accidents and 13 injuries related to the brake issue.

Can a bad auto part cause a truck accident?

Many things can cause a truck accident, and with miles of interstate around us in Phoenix, truck accidents are always possible. Sometimes, a truck driver or consumer driver may make a mistake that causes an accident. Other times, the cargo in a truck's trailer may move around, and the truck driver may lose control. When these things happen, it is usually not too hard to figure out who caused the accident and who is responsible for the victim's losses.

Drunk drivers continue to menace the roadways

Although it's always an underlying consideration, most Arizona drivers seldom dwell on the possibility of becoming involved in a motor vehicle accident. Driving is such an everyday, common part of people's lives, it's natural to be complacent about highway safety. And, in fact, the statistics regarding accidents show our nation's roads are becoming safer in recent years as compared to previous times. However, there is one menace that should never be accepted at any level, and that is the needless damage and destruction posed by drunk driving.

  • United States District Court | District Of Arizona
  • Maricopa Country Bar Association
  • State Bar Of Arizona
  • United States Court Of Appeals | Ninth Circuit

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