1 Dead in Tempe Multi-Vehicle Accident on US 60 near Loop 101
TEMPE, AZ (April 4, 2022) – Sunday afternoon, a motorcyclist died in a three-vehicle crash on US 60 near Loop 101 ramp.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety confirmed that the incident happened on US 60 near Loop 101. Moreover, a motorcycle struck a car parked in the emergency lane. Then, the crash forced the rider into the roadway. However, another vehicle struck them.
At this time, the authorities haven’t determined whether the first vehicle was stopped on the road.
As a result of the crash, US 60 westbound remained closed for an hour during the investigation.
Due to the limited information available, the authorities continue to investigate the crash.
During this tragic time, we would like to send our sincere sympathies to the bereaved family and friends of the victim.
Dealing with The Loss after a Multi-Vehicle Accident
Assigning blame is usually one of the last things you would consider doing in a time of a devastating loss. However, the family of the victim must become aware that they have the authority to file a wrongful death suit. A wrongful death suit can be the first step towards closure.
“Our goal is to safeguard the legal rights of families in the wake of catastrophic accidents. Although nothing can bring back those dearly departed, we strive to secure the future of our clients, protecting them from further losses,” explains Mark Sweet of Sweet Lawyers.
Sweet Lawyers consist of a compassionate legal team that aids families in the most delicate moments. Moreover, our law group is well-versed in the legal justice system and has no problem overcoming challenges. Our firm buckles down when it comes to our clients’ futures and well-being. If you are facing a wrongful death case, call (800) 674 7852. We encourage you to rest and rehabilitate, while we determine the ideal approach to getting you the restitution you deserve. The financial toll the loss of a loved one has brought will be covered with us. If you’re interested, call our wrongful death attorneys today.