Tucson Traffic Collision Results in Fatality
Tucson, AZ (September 12, 2023) – On Sunday, 17-year-old Zachary Teller was killed in a pedestrian accident on Highway 90.
The authorities received the crash report at about 8:15 p.m. near the intersection with Industry Drive.
Unfortunately, Zachary Teller was declared deceased at the accident scene.
Police said Teller was walking in the middle of the lane closest to the shoulder when he was struck by a vehicle. Witnesses told the authorities that the vehicle tried to swerve out of the way.
Moreover, the involved driver remained on scene and cooperated with the investigation. The driver showed no signs of impairment.
Sweet Lawyers extends our sincere sympathy to the family of Zachary Teller. Our hearts are with you through these trying times.
Zachary Teller Dies in Traffic Accident
Mark Sweet, a seasoned attorney at Sweet Lawyers said that the aftermath of tragic accidents can make everything difficult for a family. The last thing most families want to deal with is piles of paperwork, questions from insurance companies or defense attorneys, and attempts to obtain police reports. According to him, grieving and handling legal claims don’t exactly go hand in hand; thus, hiring an experienced attorney is having someone to make sure that your rights are respected and that justice will be served.
Having legal representation after such a traumatic event will provide your family the space to heal while ensuring that justice is brought to your loved one.
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To the family and friends of Zachary Teller, don’t hesitate to reach out to Sweet Lawyers. Our team has been providing legal services for over 40 years now and we can assure you our reliable lawyers will do everything it takes to win your case.
When you hire us, you will be provided with the best-personalized assistance and compassion throughout the entire ordeal. Call us at (800) 674 7852 to have a free case evaluation on this fatal accident with a legal professional. You can reach us through email, online chat, or text message 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.