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Arizona - Geological Wonders

When most people think of Arizona, the first thing that comes to mind is probably "desert", which is certainly not wrong given that the state is the fourth driest in the nation. However, while the capital and largest city of the state, Phoenix, is within a hot desert climate as expected, the northern portions of the state are wetter and quite mountainous. Just take a two hour drive north from Phoenix, the hottest city in the country, and you'll find yourself in the town of Flagstaff, which receives about 100 inches of snow per year on average and is one of the snowiest places in the country! But Arizona is still more than just deserts and mountains; it's a geologist's dream. The state's biggest claim to fame is the Grand Canyon, which is widely considered to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, though no official list exists. The deep and expansive canyon exhibits miles upon miles of exposed rock layers, making it the perfect site for geologic research and an extremely popular tourist destination. Between the draw of the Grand Canyon and its position between the two most populous states of California and Texas, Arizona sees a significant amount of traffic on their interstate highways, which include:

  • I-8, which splits off from I-10 south of Phoenix and continues west though Yuma and eventually to San Diego, CA.
  • I-10, which runs from southeastern Arizona through Tuscon and Phoenix and continues west to Los Angeles.
  • I-17, connects Phoenix and Flagstaff.
  • I-19, goes south from Tuscon to the USA-Mexico border and town of Nogales.
  • I-40, runs east-west across the state, passing through Flagstaff. Leads to Albuquerque, NM going east, and Bakersfield, CA to the west.

Find accidents in Arizona by area

  • Phoenix accidents - The largest city and state capital. With a population of about 1,500,000, it's the most populous state capital in the country and the location of most accidents in Arizona.
  • Tucson accidents - The second largest city in the state; its population is around 500,000. Geologists and hobbyists come from around the world each year for the famous Tucson Gem & Mineral Show.
  • Yuma accidents - In the southwestern most corner of the state, right at the California-Arizona and USA-Mexico borders.

Where to find legal assistance after an Arizona injury accident

After a serious crash, it is crucial to get help from a great Arizona personal injury attorney who understands the legal standards and practices, who knows how insurance policies function, and who can handle all aspects of an insurance claim so the injured person can focus on recovery. If someone is killed due to the negligence of someone else, an Arizona wrongful death lawyer can launch a claim that will begin the process of financial recovery for the family members left behind. Learn more here about what an Arizona injury attorney can do to help.

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Yuma, AZ-El Centro, CA

10 Ways Insurance Companies Try to Reduce Yuma Personal Injury Claims

Anytime you’re injured in an automobile accident, don’t expect the insurance company to treat you fairly. In 2015 alone, the Arizona Department of Transportation reported 116,609 total car crashes with 36,139 accidents including injuries. The insurance company’s primary goal is saving money by convincing you to settle for the lowest dollar amount. Learn more here about how insurance companies try to reduce their payout.

Yuma, AZ-El Centro, CA

Avoid an Accident in Yuma

Despite the size discrepancy, most car/truck collisions are caused by aggressive or unsafe behavior from the driver of the automobile.

Our Yuma personal injury attorneys have the following tips to help reduce the chances of becoming involved in large truck accidents in Yuma.

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