Police Investigating Fatal El Mirage Car Accident

Arizona car accidents occur often enough when people are generally trying to follow traffic laws. However, when someone is allegedly driving erratically, the chances that disaster will follow only increase exponentially. Tragically, it was alleged erratic driving by one man that led to the death of a woman in a fatal El Mirage car accident two weeks ago. According to statements, the El Mirage police are continuing to thoroughly investigate this fatal El Mirage car accident, and new evidence seems to become available regularly.

The case stems from the El Mirage car accident that occurred just after 3:30 p.m. on August 6th. The suspect in the investigation, Jason Ware, 34, of Glendale was driving his pickup truck at what witnesses described as a high rate of speed. Initially, he collided with a vehicle being driven by a 44-year-old woman whose name has not been released on Dysart Road. Police received a call about that El Mirage car accident, and while proceeding to the scene they received another call about an accident that occurred on Dysart Road near the intersection with Acoma Drive.

In that El Mirage car accident, Mr. Ware allegedly collided head-on with 45-year-old Dannielle Boser. According to statements, Mr. Ware collided with Ms. Boser's Ford Thunderbird violently and then left her behind in the wreckage and Ms. Boser died at the scene. Police have since ordered toxicology tests and are waiting for the results. As of now, he has not been charged with a crime.

Arizona Car Accident Statistics

First, we'd like to extend our condolences to the family and friends of Ms. Boser. To lose a life because of another driver's mistake or his recklessness is truly tragic. In addition, this incident will only add to the overall statistics regarding Arizona car accidents. Every year, more than 140,000 Arizona car accidents occur, leading to more than 1,000 deaths and more than 65,000 injuries. These numbers have held steady in recent years and remain a troubling reality for those who drive our roads.

Arizona Wrongful Death Lawyers

Aside from the criminal investigation, it's possible that the suspect in this case could face significant civil liability if the family of Ms. Boser decides to file an Arizona wrongful death lawsuit. If such a claim was filed and was successful, the family could award damages compensating them for funeral, medical and burial expenses as well as lost income and loss of companionship. However, these decisions should only be made with the help of Arizona car accident lawyers who have been holding those responsible for these losses accountable for many years. If this has happened to someone you love, contact Phillips Law Group today to schedule a free initial consultation.

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