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Bad Roads in Arizona

It may be impossible to predict exactly where and when an auto accident will take place, there are certain roadways and intersections in Phoenix that are more susceptible to collisions. Whether it is by road design, levels of traffic congestion or other factors that contribute to a wreck, these roads and intersections experience a high number of accidents each year, qualifying them for our list of bad roads in Arizona.

If you or a loved one was injured on one of these roads due to no fault of your own, you may be able to pursue compensation for losses related to the collision.

To begin exploring your legal options, simply complete the Free Case Review form on this page.

Dangerous Intersections, Highways and Roads in Phoenix

Due to a high rate of collision at these locations, the following are considered the most dangerous intersection in Phoenix:

  • 7th Street and Bell Road
  • 32nd Street and Greenway
  • 35th Avenue and Dunlap Avenue
  • 19th Avenue and Dunlap Avenue
  • 43rd Avenue and Thomas Road
  • 59th Avenue and Indian School Road
  • 67th Avenue and McDowell Road
  • 19th Avenue and Northern Avenue
  • 35th Avenue and Peoria Avenue
  • 43rd Avenue and Dunlap Avenue
  • 27th Avenue and Camelback Road
  • 35th Avenue and Bethany Home Avenue
  • 59th Avenue and Indian School Road
  • 67th Avenue and Indian School Road

For more information on these intersections and other dangerous roads in Phoenix, view the Street Transportation Departments Phoenix Traffic Collision Summary.

Rural Roads vs. Phoenix Highways

Auto accidents are just as likely to occur on rural roadways as they are at busy intersections. According to national transportation research group, TRIP, there were 807 traffic fatalities in Arizona in 2009. Of that 807, 314 happened on rural roads. This accounts for almost 40 percent of traffic fatalities that year.

On the other hand, given the high speeds of vehicles involved in car crashes on Arizona highways and interstates, debilitating and serious injuries are usually a result of highway wrecks. Some of the most dangerous highways and state routes in Phoenix include:

  • Interstate I-10 in Maricopa County
  • Interstate I-17
  • State Routes 92 and 179
  • Interstate I-10 in Pinal County, between Phoenix and Tucson
  • State Highway 93
  • Maricopa Countys Indian School Road

Contact an Experienced Phoenix Auto Accident Attorney

Driving defensively is probably one of the best ways to avoid being involved in an Arizona car accident. Part of being a defensive driver is being aware of dangerous roads and intersections. Knowing of and anticipating driving hazards is the best way to stay safe behind the wheel in Phoenix.

Sometimes, however, an auto accident can be unavoidable. If you or a loved one were in a car crash that was caused by the actions or negligence of another driver, you may be able to file a claim in order to seek compensation for losses associated with the wreck. Accident victims may be eligible to recover medical expenses, lost wages, property damage, pain and suffering, and other damages incurred from the collision.

At Phillips Law Group, we are committed to fighting for the rights of the injured. In an effort to help all those who have suffered harm at the hands of another, we offer free case evaluations to anyone who believes that they may have cause to file a personal injury lawsuit.

During an evaluation, one of our knowledgeable attorneys will assess the merits of your claim and offer guidance on how to best pursue justice for your losses.

If you choose to hire our firm to fight for your rights, there is never any cost to you unless we obtain a favorable outcome for your claim, either through a settlement or jury verdict.

For more information on the legal rights which may be available to Phoenix auto accident victims and their families, or to schedule a confidential, no-obligation consultation with a member of our team of legal professionals, please complete the Free Case Review form on this page.

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