Man Dies After Trying to Run Girlfriend off I-10 in Phoenix

PHOENIX, AZ A man who tried to run his girlfriend off the road on Interstate 10 has died after striking an SUV when his truck turned the wrong way, Arizona Department of Public Safety said.

The incident occurred around 1:30 a.m. on December 23rd in the westbound lanes of I-10 near 27th Avenue.  FOX 10 KSAZ reported, the man was pronounced dead at the scene and his girlfriend was not injured. The driver of the SUV suffered serious injuries but is expected to survive.

The identities of those involved have not been released.

The AZ Hometown Lawyers send their best wishes to the victims and their families. We also send our condolences to the family of the man who did not survive the accident.

Involved in an Accident?  What Next?

If you or a loved one is ever involved in a car accident, please contact our firm as soon as possible for a free legal consultation. There are two reasons why speaking to an attorney is important for your rights.  

Firstly, in Arizona, there is a time limit from the date of the accident in which you have the opportunity to make a legal claim. After this statute of limitations, you cannot file a lawsuit even if you have a valid claim. That means you must speak to an attorney, prepare parts of your case, and file a lawsuit all within a set period of time, so getting started immediately allows enough time to properly make your case. 

Secondly, any evidence, injuries, and witness testimonies are important to record as close to the actual incident as possible for accuracy and detail. Photos of the vehicle, location, and injuries will help illustrate the situation clearly, along with fresh memories from all parties involved and witnesses on the scene. Time makes these things harder to find, remember, or prove, so we recommend making an appointment to see our legal team as soon as you are able.  

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