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Phoenix - The largest state capital and hottest city in the US
Not only is Phoenix the largest state capital in the country, but it ranks 6th on the list of most populous cities as well. One of the hottest city's main draws is surprisingly its climate; Phoenix boasts more annual sunshine than any other major metropolitan area in the country, and has incredibly pleasant winters that usually only have 1 day below freezing per year. On the other hand, some may be dissuaded by the scorching triple-digit summer temperatures are the standard for about four months of the year.
Major Phoenix Roadways
- I-10, cuts through the center of Phoenix and leads to Los Angeles, CA to the west, and Tuscon to the southeast.
- I-17, starts in Phoenix and leads north directly to Flagstaff.
- State Route 101, circles most of the city of Phoenix
- U.S. Route 60, passes through Phoenix and continues east across the southern states
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- Phoenix car accidents
- Phoenix motorcycle accidents
- Phoenix pedestrian accidents
- Phoenix truck accidents
- Phoenix bicycle accidents
- Phoenix aircraft accidents
- Other types of Phoenix accidents
Looking for a hurt loved-one? These are the main hospitals in the Phoenix area:
- Saint Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center
- Phoenix Children's Hospital
- Banner Health
- Mayo Clinic Hospital
Grief support and other helpful groups
- Hospice of the Valley
- Griefnet.org Online Grief Support
- ADOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Program
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving Arizona
Where to find legal assistance after a Phoenix injury accident
After a serious crash, it is crucial to get help from a great Phoenix 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, a Phoenix 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 a Phoenix injury attorney can do to help.
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This year’s car show is expected to be the biggest yet with over 200 vehicles registered and larger crowds than ever before. These larger crowds naturally mean that there is a higher risk of a person being injured.
To help reduce your risks of injury and increase your chances of a safe and festive Cinco de Mayo, follow these tips...
Each year, about 20 children in Arizona die from drowning. If you’re hosting or attending a pool party where children are present, assign someone specific to keep a close, constant watch on the pool. Adults can take turns keeping watch so everyone has a chance to relax.
The effects of TBIs can last long after the initial injury. They have even been linked to a greater risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia. This can happen years after the TBI occurs.
Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) occur when your head is hit with significant force, or when something causes your head to forcefully and quickly move. A TBI may not be accurately diagnosed immediately after the injury, but it can have significant, long-lasting effects. Read more here about how TBI can affect Arizona car accident victims.
In their latest traffic safety report, the City of Phoenix shared 2014 data that lists the Phoenix intersections with the most crashes, most ran red lights and the top causes of collisions in the area. Go here to read about the most dangerous places to walk and drive in Phoenix.
As a parent you do all that you can to provide a healthy, happy and safe environment for your child. You also know the importance of properly buckling your child up before you drive.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) created a quick reference guide to help parents ensure their children are properly secure in their car or booster seat. Go here to review the reference guide - what you learn could save a life.