Category: Personal Injury

T-bone accident happening along the highway in Arizona..

Car accidents that involve one vehicle hitting the side of another at a right angle are the most common type of fatal motor vehicle collisions in Arizona, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation’s 2019 Arizona Crash Facts Summary. T-bone accidents or side-impact collisions are particularly dangerous because the sides of a vehicle offer less protection for passengers than the front and rear of a vehicle. As…

Car accidents in dangerous intersection in Sun City.

The Department of Transportation releases annual statistics detailing the number of car accidents in Arizona. This data provides important information highlighting dangerous locations in the state. In search of more localized information,  Mushkatel, Robbins, & Becker, PLLC asked for your thoughts regarding the danger zones in or around Sun City. Visitors…

Motorcycle riders convoy pass through the highway.

From the Mount Lemmon Loop to the Coronado Trail to the Cottonwood Canyon Run, Arizona has many scenic rides for motorcyclists to enjoy. Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents frequently happen in our state. When they do, motorcyclists often suffer serious and life-altering injuries. These injuries are due to the fact that motorcyclists are…

Motorcycle rider wearing helmet and safety gear.

With year-round warm weather, miles of desert roads and beautiful landscapes, it should come as no surprise that Arizona is one of the most popular states for motorcyclists. However, not all motorcyclists understand our state’s helmet laws. For instance, does Arizona require all or just certain riders to wear helmets?…

Man operating self-driving car.

Driverless cars are the future. Companies are testing these vehicles in Arizona more than ever before, and they are getting closer and closer to making them widely available to the public. For instance, The Arizona Republic reports that Waymo (formerly called the Google Self-Driving Car Project) has tested autonomous vehicles…

According to the 2017 Arizona Crash Facts Summary from the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), over the course of the year, 127,064 total crashes occurred in the state. Out of those crashes: 919 were fatal 37,823 caused injuries 88,322 resulted in property damage only. A total of 1,000 people died…