In Avondale, West Phoenix, four people were injured after a serious rollover accident occurred on 1-10. The accident was so serious that the freeway had to be closed going both directions. It occurred last Sunday morning at 1 a.m. and the exact location of the accident was going east near the Sarival Avenue exit. According to the Highway Patrol officers who were investigating, one 18-wheeler truck driver lost control of the vehicle. As a result, the truck collided with two other trucks.
One of the trucks involved in the collision rolled over the middle freeway divider and was left lying on its side in oncoming traffic. So far, four people were seriously injured and two had to be extracted from their vehicles. It remains to be seen what the exact cause of the accident was and an investigation is underway. If some type of impairment was part of the reason the accident occurred, then the driver may be held liable for their part in the accident.
When there is a collision involving large vehicles likes 18-wheelers, the results of the accident could be much more serious. Not only is there size and sheer weight involved, but the drivers themselves can pose a certain risk. Truck drivers are required to spend long hours on the road every day and, in some cases, federal regulations are not upheld or enforced.
If you were injured in a truck accident, and you believe that negligence was a factor in the case, you could be entitled to compensation. For a free case evaluation regarding your accident,
please do not hesitate to contact our personal injury lawyers at Palumbo Wolfe & Palumbo. We are ranked as the number one personal injury specialty law firm in Phoenix and will do everything possible to protect your rights and best interests. Call today!