Injured in a Car Accident in Arizona? We Can Help!
MESA AUTO ACCIDENT ATTORNEY
At Budge Law Firm, we understand auto accidents. Working with the other driver’s insurance company can be a nightmare, and you likely won’t get the results you deserve without an attorney on your side. It is the intent of the insurance companies to pay you as little as possible. Don’t get shortchanged — let us handle the work for you while you focus on your recovery.
Common injuries include:
- Strains and sprains
- Broken bones
- Scrapes, cuts, and lacerations
- Internal injuries
- Serious head, brain, and spinal cord injuries
- Loss of limbs
- Back injury
Many soft tissue injuries don’t appear right away. It is always best to seek medical help following an auto accident — no matter how minor.
2020 Arizona Crash Statistics
According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, there were 98,788 car accidents in the state in 2020. Of those collisions, 970 were fatal and resulted in the deaths of 1,057 people. A total of 41,350 people were injured in Arizona automobile accidents in 2020.
Approximately 113 people were injured each day, and an average of 2.89 people were killed — this equates to one person hurt in a car accident in the state of Arizona every 12 minutes and 45 seconds and one person killed every 8 hours and 17 minutes.
If the Accident Was Not Your Fault, an Attorney Can Help You Recover for Your Injuries
Please contact our office, and we will answer your questions. We provide free consultations with no out-of-pocket costs. Our fee is paid as a percentage of the recovery, and if there is no recovery, there is no fee.
Every personal injury case is different. We know the value of your case and all the types of damages you are entitled to. Don’t settle for less than your case is worth.
Call (480) 376-7193 for a free consultation.
Throughout the United States, auto accidents are a common sight. Collisions often lead to injury or death, as well as financial costs for the individuals involved. Hiring an auto accident attorney will help to protect your rights.
Arizonans lost about $17.193 billion due to auto accidents in 2020. This figure breaks down to:
- $10,057,747,147 lost due to fatalities;
- $1,695,536,920 lost due to serious injuries;
- $2,443,229,556 lost due to minor injuries;
- $2,257,534,615 lost due to possible injuries; and
- $739,034,640 lost due to property damage.
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