Children and pets die each year due to being left in a hot car. These types of deaths shouldn’t be happening since heat-related deaths are 100-percent preventable.
Nationally, 42 children died in 2017 from heatstroke. About 51-percent were caused by parents who accidentally left their kids in a hot car.
Arizona ranks among the top when it comes to DUI laws and enforcing them. It’s a popular place for Spring Training, outdoor festivals and other fun events where alcohol is served. If you’re not careful, your fun could be spoiled by getting hit with a DUI after leaving one of these events.
Motor vehicle accidents are one of the most common causes of death in the United States, according to the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC). In a good portion of car accidents and other traffic accidents, the individuals who are injured are not even the ones who are at fault.
A few years ago, a Surprise, AZ resident was involved in a car crash that left her with minor injuries. The incident occurred during July of 2011 and according to the claim, the plaintiff Linda Vera McCormick had been driving her Kia Rio down Litchfield and Bell roads.
When you come to a 4 way stop, who has the right of way? Do you often find yourself looking at other drivers, wondering whose turn it is to go next?
First, its important to come to a complete stop whether there are other cars at the intersection or just you.