Phoenix, AZ – Police Investigating Injury Crash on I-10 WB at Deck Park Tunnel

Phoenix, AZ – Police Investigating Injury Crash on I-10 WB at Deck Park Tunnel

Phoenix, AZ (October 13, 2020) – Deputies from the Phoenix Police Department responded to an injury crash on Interstate 10 at the Deck Park Tunnel on Tuesday afternoon.

Officials say the tw0-car accident happened on Interstate 10 westbound in the greater Phoenix area. Police officers were dispatched to the scene of the accident around 4:30 p.m., near the edge of the Deck Park Tunnel. The vehicles involved were traveling in the right lanes of I-10 when they collided in an apparent rear-end accident, though officers with the Phoenix Police Department have not released extensive details regarding the crash. Initial reports indicated that two sedans were involved in the accident.

An investigation into the circumstances leading up to the accident continues at this time, and the victims’ current conditions have not been released.

Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families. We hope for a full recovery.

Injury Car Accidents in Arizona

Phoenix, AZ - Police Investigating Injury Crash on I-10 WB at Deck Park TunnelThousands of people in Arizona experience injuries as a result of car accidents every year. Whether an accident is caused by distracted driving, impaired driving, or any other kind of driver error, victims and their families pay the price. Nearly 55,000 injury accidents in Arizona occurred in 2018 alone, making it clear that these accidents are an unfortunate reality of life.

Whether it’s expensive medical bills and serious injuries or long-term emotional trauma, victims’ lives may be left in shambles after a crash. However, victims and their families can bring a claim against a negligent driver who caused them harm. If you’ve been injured in an accident, you should speak with an experienced car accident attorney in Arizona about your legal rights as you move forward.

After an Arizona car accident, your phone may start ringing, and when you pick it up, it is a friendly insurance adjuster wanting to speak with you. They sound friendly and they make you think that they care about your interests. They actually may sound reassuring. However, be aware that if an insurance representative asks you to give them a statement, you may not have to do so, and it may actually not be in your best interest. In fact, at ELG, when we represent a client and an adverse insurance company asks us to allow for a recorded statement from our client, 99% of the time the answer is a definitive no!

Our experienced car accident attorneys in Phoenix have advocated for many victims involved in accidents. As you face a wide variety of damages and seek your fair compensation after a crash, you may have questions about safeguarding your legal rights.

At ELG, we do not cut corners and use intake specialists or a non-attorney to talk or meet with you. Our experienced, compassionate staff guarantee your consultation will be with one of our injury attorneys who only handle accident matters, so you and your family can feel confident and rest assured that we will answer all your questions.

We will review the facts of your case and tailor our advice to match the specific needs of your situation. Every consultation is free and there is no obligation to retain us. Please contact our Arizona accident attorneys for the help you deserve at (623) 321-0566.

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Disclaimer: As members of the local Phoenix and broader Arizona community, we hope everyone in our community is safe and protected. We cover the events included in this blog as a way to offer support to the victims in similar circumstances and to provide relief during these difficult times. However, this information should not be misconstrued as legal advice, and you should speak with a trained legal professional for more information regarding your situation.