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By 7044743778 23 Jun, 2017
http://www.12news.com/news/local/valley/79-year-old-woman-dies-after-wandering-away-from-alzheimers-unit/451563222

This is an extremely sad situation and a completely preventable death.  Kevin Garrison  and his team have handled cases like this and hold nursing homes accountable for mistakes such as this. Condolences to the family of Ms. Parra
By 7044743778 14 Jun, 2017

As anyone that loves talking about cars knows; most lengthy discussions on the subject will often contain the phrase, “they don’t make them like they used to.” The phrase applies to a wide array of vehicle characteristics such as style, reliability, feel, etc. Of particular interest to this article is how driver safety relates to the size of a given vehicle. Without question, improvements in seat-belt, airbag, and sensor technology have improved driver safety, though the trend to make small and lighter vehicles places drivers at greater risks of fatal collisions.

Although smaller and lighter vehicles have the allures of lower costs both to due to better gas mileage and lower sticker prices, the very same vehicles are costing drivers much more in the long run. In his article 7 of the deadliest cars on the road, Jerry Edgerton of CBS News displays statistics showing the number of fatal collisions per vehicle type (a full list of vehicle comparisons is accessible through the link above). Not shockingly, vehicles that fall under the classification of “small” or “mini” have the highest rate of driver deaths. Conversely, SUVs and vehicles classified as “large” have the lowest rate of driver deaths. Midsize vehicles bridge the gap with certain makes and models being safer than others.

Edgerton goes on to compare the two extremes, luxury SUVs and mini-cars. The statistics maintain that a fatal collision is 15 times more likely in mini-cars. Edgerton also points out that published crash test ratings can be misleading. Such tests pull data from collisions involving vehicles of the same size and type, whereas collisions on the street do not share the same uniformity. Fatal collision often involve vehicles are different sizes. Lastly, Edgerton points out that other factors such as impairment, distraction, and larger number of drivers on the roadways are responsible for recent increases in fatal collisions.

As with any car collision, it is always prudent to consult with an attorney before talking to the insurance companies. Those that are injured in a car collision often unknowingly hurt their case by going directly to the insurance companies. Garrison Law Firm has represented numerous car collision victims. Attorney Kevin Garrison has over 25 years of experience specializing in personal injury claims. When tragedy strikes, Garrison Law Firm can provide you with expert legal representation.   http://www.cbsnews.com/news/7-of-the-deadliest-cars-on-the-road/

By 7044743778 08 Jun, 2017

http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/two-dead-wrong-way-crash-arizona-department-of-transportation-9395112


In a recent article by Sean Holstege of the Phoenix New Times online publication, video footage of the driver responsible for Tuesday’s fatal wrong way collision is displayed. In addition, the driver of the red sedan responsible for the collision is identified as 56-year-old Ronald Wayne Mollenahuer. Mollenahuer was driving erratically as he exited Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. Moments later, he entered the I-10 traveling in the wrong direction before he struck and killed 54-year-old Young Lee. A third car was involved in the collision. The driver of the third vehicle survived, though was rushed to the hospital.

The collision shut down the roadways for several hours and prompted delays. Holstege points out in his article that the collision marks the, “third fatal wrong-way collision in the last 53 days.” Also mentioned, is that Maricopa Country has experienced a significantly large number of fatal wrong-way collisions in recent years. Arizona Department of Transportation is rushing to implement further measures to prevent wrong-way collisions in the wake of Tuesday’s tragic incident.

Lastly, Holstege points out the grim statistic that, “25% of wrong-way collisions are fatal, and that wrong-way collisions are 25 times more likely to be fatal than typical car collisions. He maintains that impairment; especially impairment involving very high levels of blood-alcohol content are often the catalyst for such collisions. Garrison Law Firm mourns the loss of Young Lee, and our condolences go out to the Lee Family. Over the past 25 years, attorney Kevin Garrison has represented many victims of serious and some times fatal car accidents. Should you or a loved one be injured or killed on the roadways, Garrison Law Firm can provide you with expert legal representation.  

By 7044743778 02 Jun, 2017

Not all vehicles are created equal. Common road conditions and obstructions often pose little threat to drivers in cars or trucks, but can cause serious injury or death to motorcyclists. Many fatal collisions occur when motorcyclists lose their balance and or control of their bikes’ when encountering a slick surface. Often times such occurrences happen when the motorcyclist is making a turn. One of the most obvious hazards is a wet road, which cause hydroplaning. Additionally, freshly painted surfaces or oil create slick and dangerous driving surfaces.  

Other than slick road surfaces, common obstructions can cause fatal injuries. While large animals such as elk seriously injure or kill motorcyclists and truck drivers alike, much smaller animals can seriously injure motorcyclist while leaving those in trucks and cars largely unaffected. Furthermore, common elements such as railroad tracks and roads under construction pose a much more serious risk to motorcyclists as opposed to those in cars or trucks.

The best ways for motorcyclists to avoid crashes are proper training and constant vigilance. More immediate precautions are; driving at slower speeds, avoiding heavy traffic, delaying rides due to poor weather conditions, and maintain safe distances from other vehicles. If a motorcyclist is injured due to a hazard in the road, fault is divided along a public vs. private distinction. The city and or state are most often responsible for clearing public roads, and or providing warning signs. In the event that an object is dislodged for another vehicle or negligently placed in the road by a business or homeowner, that private individual business or entity is often at fault.

Should you or a loved one be injured on the roadways, Garrison Law Firm can provide you with expert legal representation. In over 25 years of experience, attorney Kevin Garrison has represented many motorcycle collision victims and their families. When tragedy strikes, Garrison Law Firm is there for you.

By 7044743778 02 May, 2017
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Two people are dead following a multi-vehicle crash on southbound Interstate 17  on Monday morning, according to officials with the Arizona Department of Public Safety.  The crash occurred at approximately 5:05 a.m. at Yorkshire Drive, near Union Hills Drive.

According to DPS, they received a report of a motorcycle down.  DPS officials say that three vehicles stopped to help the motorcyclist.

Afterward, a fourth vehicle came into the scene, striking the bystanders and the motorcyclist.  The motorcyclist and a female bystander were killed.  Two other people were transported to the nearest hospital in critical condition.

Another person was treated but refused transport.  DPS officials say that person is talking with investigators.  A separate crash involving a semi-truck that was jackknifed is also causing heavy traffic on the northbound side of the freeway in the same area.  For a time, all I-17 southbound traffic was diverted onto the Loop 101 while northbound traffic was restricted to two lanes.

Two left lanes and the HOV lane at southbound I-17 were reopened after 10:20 a.m.  Trooper Karmeron Lee with DPS said they are ruling out impairment as a factor of the crash.  "What is going to boil down is driver error," he said.  "Most of our collisions are driver error. We are questioning the driver of the vehicle that ran into the scene to figure out exactly what was going on."

GoFundMe account  has been set up for the good Samaritan's family.  

At Garrison Law Firm, our thoughts and condolences are with the families of the deceased. Over the past 25 years attorney Kevin Garrison has represented numerous clients that have either been injured or lost loved ones due to car collisions.   Garrison Law Firm can provide expert legal representation in the event of your loved one being injured or killed due to the negligence of another person.  

By brenan.odonnell 16 Mar, 2017

Southbound State Route 347 and Casa Blanca Road was the scene of a tragic incident during the early hours of Wednesday, February 1st. Although all the details are not entirely clear, a pedestrian was struck while standing outside of a vehicle. Three cars in total were involved, and the collision resulted in road closures and heavy delays.

Unfortunately too many people are killed on the side of the roadways whether they are walking, biking, or fixing a vehicle malfunction. This incident serves as a solemn reminder to always be vigilant on roads. In the event that drivers need to stop or exist their vehicles, they are well advised to move their vehicles far off to the side of the road. If available, deploying flares, reflectors, or cones in poor light conditions is recommended.

At Garrison Law Firm, our thoughts and condolences are with the family of the deceased. Over the past 25 years attorney Kevin Garrison has represent numerous clients that have either been injured or lost loved ones due to car collisions. When tragedy strikes, Garrison Law Firm can provide you with expert legal representation.

By brenan.odonnell 16 Mar, 2017

For many people, selecting a personal injury lawyer is a difficult task. Television, social media, and the airways are proliferated with advertisements for numerous law firms. Even while driving down the freeway, one may encounter several billboards advertising different law firms. Bigger is not always better. Although a quick phone call to a heavily advertised law firm may alleviate the pressing issue of securing legal representation, clients often benefit for a more thorough selection process. Nolo.com presents several useful recommendations for those seeking legal representation for personal injury claims.

First and foremost, potential clients are advised to compare and contrast different law firms. Like many other services, one is encouraged to shop around. In order to analyze pros and cons of different law firms, clients need to first compile a list of referrals. Naturally, nolo.com recommends talking to friends and acquaintances that have received legal representation for personal injury claims. Nolo.com along with other websites offer lawyer directories, which are great sources for obtaining legal representation and reading reviews. Additionally, local bar associations and other lawyers can often provide potential clients with useful referrals.

Once one has complied a list of referrals, nolo.com recommends that one contact different law firms in order to set up an initial consultation. Potential clients should bring all relevant paperwork to these consultations. The article mentions that initial consultations are often free of charge, thus if a lawyer insists on payment for an initial consultation one is best off seeking legal representation elsewhere. Potential clients need to feel comfortable with both the personality and legal approach of lawyer they ultimately select to represent them.

Nolo.com recommends in the article that potential clients ask lawyers certain questions before procuring their services. One should inquire how long a lawyer has been practicing, along with what proportion of the lawyer’s cases are personal injury cases. Another important consideration is how often a lawyer represents plaintiffs as opposed to defendants. Nolo.com points out that lawyers who most often represent defendants may possess certain biases that align with the attitudes of insurances companies that fight against those with personal injury claims. Lastly, potential clients should inquire as to whether a lawyer will personally handle one’s case. Often times large law firms have several lawyers working on one case, some of which are not very experienced.

The article points out that once a lawyer has been informed about the crucial aspects of one’s case, lawyers may be able to provide potential clients with an assessment of their case. Particularly, lawyers can often tell how much a case is generally worth, and how vigorously insurance companies will resist paying certain amounts. Nolo.com also recommends that potential clients discuss their expectations and desired course of action regarding their case. Those with personal injury claims can often receive smaller settlements relative to their cases with less hassle, whereas larger settlements may involve a long and difficult process.

Garrison Law Firm recommends that clients do their research before selecting a personal injury lawyer. Attorney Kevin Garrison has over 25 of legal experience, and practices exclusively in personal injury cases. In addition to providing clients with expert legal representation, Garrison Law Firm can answer any questions you may have regarding your personal injury case.

By brenan.odonnell 16 Mar, 2017

Luke Jones, a Daisy Mountain firefighter, was killed following an altercation at Centerfolds Cabaret on the night of January 21, 2017. The bouncer Brandon Draper allegedly struck Jones in the head several times after shoving him to the ground. Jones had a preexisting injury, and was wearing an arm brace, thus he was not able to effectively defend himself. He was transported to the hospital by a Lyft car, where he later succumbed to his injuries.

Timothy Piegari, one of the managers at Centerfolds, allegedly attempted to conceal the occurrence of the crime by disconnecting the surveillance system. The State claims that he hindered the prosecution. Piegari is being charged with one count of tampering with physical evidence. Brandon Draper is being charged with 2nd degree murder. The police are urging anyone with additional evidence regarding the crime to come forward.

Generally, the law considers employers responsible for actions of their employees while on the clock. Garrison Law Firm sympathizes with the Jones Family after this unforeseen loss, and hopes that justice is served. Over the past 25, attorney Kevin Garrison has handled many wrongful death cases, and sought justice for grieving families. In a time crisis, Garrison Law Firm can provide you with expert legal representation.

By brenan.odonnell 16 Mar, 2017

A wrong-way collision took place on the I-17 near Bell Road early Monday morning. For nearly 10 miles, a black Jeep was traveling the wrong direction on the freeway before colliding with another vehicle. Fortunately, no one was killed as a result of the collision. Investigators believe that impairment played a factor in the incident.


The epidemic of wrong-way drivers is on the rise. The article cites that 245 wrong way crashes took place in Arizona between 2004 and 2014, which resulted in 91 fatalities. In 2016 wrong-way drivers on average caused a serious or deadly crash twice a month.


There is a plan in place to install a warning system for detecting wrong way drivers. Currently, numerous large warning placed by freeway ramps are being used to reduce the problem. In the meantime, DPS advises drivers to formulate a plan in advance in the event that they encounter a wrong way driver.


Over the past 25 years, Garrison Law Firm has represented many clients injured or killed as a result of car collisons. Kevin Garrison sympathies with clients that have lost loved ones, and thus personally handles each case. In the event that you are a loved one is injured on the road, Garrison Law Firm can provide you with expert legal representation.

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By 7044743778 23 Jun, 2017
http://www.12news.com/news/local/valley/79-year-old-woman-dies-after-wandering-away-from-alzheimers-unit/451563222

This is an extremely sad situation and a completely preventable death.  Kevin Garrison  and his team have handled cases like this and hold nursing homes accountable for mistakes such as this. Condolences to the family of Ms. Parra
By 7044743778 14 Jun, 2017

As anyone that loves talking about cars knows; most lengthy discussions on the subject will often contain the phrase, “they don’t make them like they used to.” The phrase applies to a wide array of vehicle characteristics such as style, reliability, feel, etc. Of particular interest to this article is how driver safety relates to the size of a given vehicle. Without question, improvements in seat-belt, airbag, and sensor technology have improved driver safety, though the trend to make small and lighter vehicles places drivers at greater risks of fatal collisions.

Although smaller and lighter vehicles have the allures of lower costs both to due to better gas mileage and lower sticker prices, the very same vehicles are costing drivers much more in the long run. In his article 7 of the deadliest cars on the road, Jerry Edgerton of CBS News displays statistics showing the number of fatal collisions per vehicle type (a full list of vehicle comparisons is accessible through the link above). Not shockingly, vehicles that fall under the classification of “small” or “mini” have the highest rate of driver deaths. Conversely, SUVs and vehicles classified as “large” have the lowest rate of driver deaths. Midsize vehicles bridge the gap with certain makes and models being safer than others.

Edgerton goes on to compare the two extremes, luxury SUVs and mini-cars. The statistics maintain that a fatal collision is 15 times more likely in mini-cars. Edgerton also points out that published crash test ratings can be misleading. Such tests pull data from collisions involving vehicles of the same size and type, whereas collisions on the street do not share the same uniformity. Fatal collision often involve vehicles are different sizes. Lastly, Edgerton points out that other factors such as impairment, distraction, and larger number of drivers on the roadways are responsible for recent increases in fatal collisions.

As with any car collision, it is always prudent to consult with an attorney before talking to the insurance companies. Those that are injured in a car collision often unknowingly hurt their case by going directly to the insurance companies. Garrison Law Firm has represented numerous car collision victims. Attorney Kevin Garrison has over 25 years of experience specializing in personal injury claims. When tragedy strikes, Garrison Law Firm can provide you with expert legal representation.   http://www.cbsnews.com/news/7-of-the-deadliest-cars-on-the-road/

By 7044743778 08 Jun, 2017

http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/two-dead-wrong-way-crash-arizona-department-of-transportation-9395112


In a recent article by Sean Holstege of the Phoenix New Times online publication, video footage of the driver responsible for Tuesday’s fatal wrong way collision is displayed. In addition, the driver of the red sedan responsible for the collision is identified as 56-year-old Ronald Wayne Mollenahuer. Mollenahuer was driving erratically as he exited Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. Moments later, he entered the I-10 traveling in the wrong direction before he struck and killed 54-year-old Young Lee. A third car was involved in the collision. The driver of the third vehicle survived, though was rushed to the hospital.

The collision shut down the roadways for several hours and prompted delays. Holstege points out in his article that the collision marks the, “third fatal wrong-way collision in the last 53 days.” Also mentioned, is that Maricopa Country has experienced a significantly large number of fatal wrong-way collisions in recent years. Arizona Department of Transportation is rushing to implement further measures to prevent wrong-way collisions in the wake of Tuesday’s tragic incident.

Lastly, Holstege points out the grim statistic that, “25% of wrong-way collisions are fatal, and that wrong-way collisions are 25 times more likely to be fatal than typical car collisions. He maintains that impairment; especially impairment involving very high levels of blood-alcohol content are often the catalyst for such collisions. Garrison Law Firm mourns the loss of Young Lee, and our condolences go out to the Lee Family. Over the past 25 years, attorney Kevin Garrison has represented many victims of serious and some times fatal car accidents. Should you or a loved one be injured or killed on the roadways, Garrison Law Firm can provide you with expert legal representation.  

By 7044743778 02 Jun, 2017

Not all vehicles are created equal. Common road conditions and obstructions often pose little threat to drivers in cars or trucks, but can cause serious injury or death to motorcyclists. Many fatal collisions occur when motorcyclists lose their balance and or control of their bikes’ when encountering a slick surface. Often times such occurrences happen when the motorcyclist is making a turn. One of the most obvious hazards is a wet road, which cause hydroplaning. Additionally, freshly painted surfaces or oil create slick and dangerous driving surfaces.  

Other than slick road surfaces, common obstructions can cause fatal injuries. While large animals such as elk seriously injure or kill motorcyclists and truck drivers alike, much smaller animals can seriously injure motorcyclist while leaving those in trucks and cars largely unaffected. Furthermore, common elements such as railroad tracks and roads under construction pose a much more serious risk to motorcyclists as opposed to those in cars or trucks.

The best ways for motorcyclists to avoid crashes are proper training and constant vigilance. More immediate precautions are; driving at slower speeds, avoiding heavy traffic, delaying rides due to poor weather conditions, and maintain safe distances from other vehicles. If a motorcyclist is injured due to a hazard in the road, fault is divided along a public vs. private distinction. The city and or state are most often responsible for clearing public roads, and or providing warning signs. In the event that an object is dislodged for another vehicle or negligently placed in the road by a business or homeowner, that private individual business or entity is often at fault.

Should you or a loved one be injured on the roadways, Garrison Law Firm can provide you with expert legal representation. In over 25 years of experience, attorney Kevin Garrison has represented many motorcycle collision victims and their families. When tragedy strikes, Garrison Law Firm is there for you.

By 7044743778 02 May, 2017
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Two people are dead following a multi-vehicle crash on southbound Interstate 17  on Monday morning, according to officials with the Arizona Department of Public Safety.  The crash occurred at approximately 5:05 a.m. at Yorkshire Drive, near Union Hills Drive.

According to DPS, they received a report of a motorcycle down.  DPS officials say that three vehicles stopped to help the motorcyclist.

Afterward, a fourth vehicle came into the scene, striking the bystanders and the motorcyclist.  The motorcyclist and a female bystander were killed.  Two other people were transported to the nearest hospital in critical condition.

Another person was treated but refused transport.  DPS officials say that person is talking with investigators.  A separate crash involving a semi-truck that was jackknifed is also causing heavy traffic on the northbound side of the freeway in the same area.  For a time, all I-17 southbound traffic was diverted onto the Loop 101 while northbound traffic was restricted to two lanes.

Two left lanes and the HOV lane at southbound I-17 were reopened after 10:20 a.m.  Trooper Karmeron Lee with DPS said they are ruling out impairment as a factor of the crash.  "What is going to boil down is driver error," he said.  "Most of our collisions are driver error. We are questioning the driver of the vehicle that ran into the scene to figure out exactly what was going on."

GoFundMe account  has been set up for the good Samaritan's family.  

At Garrison Law Firm, our thoughts and condolences are with the families of the deceased. Over the past 25 years attorney Kevin Garrison has represented numerous clients that have either been injured or lost loved ones due to car collisions.   Garrison Law Firm can provide expert legal representation in the event of your loved one being injured or killed due to the negligence of another person.  

By brenan.odonnell 16 Mar, 2017

Southbound State Route 347 and Casa Blanca Road was the scene of a tragic incident during the early hours of Wednesday, February 1st. Although all the details are not entirely clear, a pedestrian was struck while standing outside of a vehicle. Three cars in total were involved, and the collision resulted in road closures and heavy delays.

Unfortunately too many people are killed on the side of the roadways whether they are walking, biking, or fixing a vehicle malfunction. This incident serves as a solemn reminder to always be vigilant on roads. In the event that drivers need to stop or exist their vehicles, they are well advised to move their vehicles far off to the side of the road. If available, deploying flares, reflectors, or cones in poor light conditions is recommended.

At Garrison Law Firm, our thoughts and condolences are with the family of the deceased. Over the past 25 years attorney Kevin Garrison has represent numerous clients that have either been injured or lost loved ones due to car collisions. When tragedy strikes, Garrison Law Firm can provide you with expert legal representation.

By brenan.odonnell 16 Mar, 2017

For many people, selecting a personal injury lawyer is a difficult task. Television, social media, and the airways are proliferated with advertisements for numerous law firms. Even while driving down the freeway, one may encounter several billboards advertising different law firms. Bigger is not always better. Although a quick phone call to a heavily advertised law firm may alleviate the pressing issue of securing legal representation, clients often benefit for a more thorough selection process. Nolo.com presents several useful recommendations for those seeking legal representation for personal injury claims.

First and foremost, potential clients are advised to compare and contrast different law firms. Like many other services, one is encouraged to shop around. In order to analyze pros and cons of different law firms, clients need to first compile a list of referrals. Naturally, nolo.com recommends talking to friends and acquaintances that have received legal representation for personal injury claims. Nolo.com along with other websites offer lawyer directories, which are great sources for obtaining legal representation and reading reviews. Additionally, local bar associations and other lawyers can often provide potential clients with useful referrals.

Once one has complied a list of referrals, nolo.com recommends that one contact different law firms in order to set up an initial consultation. Potential clients should bring all relevant paperwork to these consultations. The article mentions that initial consultations are often free of charge, thus if a lawyer insists on payment for an initial consultation one is best off seeking legal representation elsewhere. Potential clients need to feel comfortable with both the personality and legal approach of lawyer they ultimately select to represent them.

Nolo.com recommends in the article that potential clients ask lawyers certain questions before procuring their services. One should inquire how long a lawyer has been practicing, along with what proportion of the lawyer’s cases are personal injury cases. Another important consideration is how often a lawyer represents plaintiffs as opposed to defendants. Nolo.com points out that lawyers who most often represent defendants may possess certain biases that align with the attitudes of insurances companies that fight against those with personal injury claims. Lastly, potential clients should inquire as to whether a lawyer will personally handle one’s case. Often times large law firms have several lawyers working on one case, some of which are not very experienced.

The article points out that once a lawyer has been informed about the crucial aspects of one’s case, lawyers may be able to provide potential clients with an assessment of their case. Particularly, lawyers can often tell how much a case is generally worth, and how vigorously insurance companies will resist paying certain amounts. Nolo.com also recommends that potential clients discuss their expectations and desired course of action regarding their case. Those with personal injury claims can often receive smaller settlements relative to their cases with less hassle, whereas larger settlements may involve a long and difficult process.

Garrison Law Firm recommends that clients do their research before selecting a personal injury lawyer. Attorney Kevin Garrison has over 25 of legal experience, and practices exclusively in personal injury cases. In addition to providing clients with expert legal representation, Garrison Law Firm can answer any questions you may have regarding your personal injury case.

By brenan.odonnell 16 Mar, 2017

Luke Jones, a Daisy Mountain firefighter, was killed following an altercation at Centerfolds Cabaret on the night of January 21, 2017. The bouncer Brandon Draper allegedly struck Jones in the head several times after shoving him to the ground. Jones had a preexisting injury, and was wearing an arm brace, thus he was not able to effectively defend himself. He was transported to the hospital by a Lyft car, where he later succumbed to his injuries.

Timothy Piegari, one of the managers at Centerfolds, allegedly attempted to conceal the occurrence of the crime by disconnecting the surveillance system. The State claims that he hindered the prosecution. Piegari is being charged with one count of tampering with physical evidence. Brandon Draper is being charged with 2nd degree murder. The police are urging anyone with additional evidence regarding the crime to come forward.

Generally, the law considers employers responsible for actions of their employees while on the clock. Garrison Law Firm sympathizes with the Jones Family after this unforeseen loss, and hopes that justice is served. Over the past 25, attorney Kevin Garrison has handled many wrongful death cases, and sought justice for grieving families. In a time crisis, Garrison Law Firm can provide you with expert legal representation.

By brenan.odonnell 16 Mar, 2017

A wrong-way collision took place on the I-17 near Bell Road early Monday morning. For nearly 10 miles, a black Jeep was traveling the wrong direction on the freeway before colliding with another vehicle. Fortunately, no one was killed as a result of the collision. Investigators believe that impairment played a factor in the incident.


The epidemic of wrong-way drivers is on the rise. The article cites that 245 wrong way crashes took place in Arizona between 2004 and 2014, which resulted in 91 fatalities. In 2016 wrong-way drivers on average caused a serious or deadly crash twice a month.


There is a plan in place to install a warning system for detecting wrong way drivers. Currently, numerous large warning placed by freeway ramps are being used to reduce the problem. In the meantime, DPS advises drivers to formulate a plan in advance in the event that they encounter a wrong way driver.


Over the past 25 years, Garrison Law Firm has represented many clients injured or killed as a result of car collisons. Kevin Garrison sympathies with clients that have lost loved ones, and thus personally handles each case. In the event that you are a loved one is injured on the road, Garrison Law Firm can provide you with expert legal representation.

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