It is with deep sadness that Avian Law Group reports the untimely death of Blaza Ortiz Carbajal, a 69-year-old individual who tragically lost their life in a hit-and-run accident in Tucson. The incident occurred on the night of September 4, 2023, at the intersection of South Tucson Boulevard and East Bilby Road.
According to the Tucson Police, Blaza Carbajal was the victim of a hit-and-run crash, leaving them with fatal injuries. The circumstances surrounding the accident are still under investigation, with authorities working diligently to locate the responsible party.
Avian Law Group extends its sincere condolences to the family and loved ones of Blaza Carbajal during this difficult time. Losing a loved one in such a senseless act is heart-wrenching, and it is our hope that they find solace and support in their grief.
Hit-and-run accidents are not only tragic but also illegal. Leaving the scene of an accident without providing aid or identifying oneself can result in serious criminal charges. Avian Law Group encourages anyone with information regarding this incident to come forward and assist law enforcement in bringing justice to the Carbajal family.
At Avian Law Group, our experienced team of attorneys understands the devastating impact that car accidents can have on individuals and their families. We are committed to serving as a compassionate advocate for victims and their loved ones, offering guidance and legal representation during these challenging times.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of a hit-and-run accident, it is crucial to seek legal counsel to protect your rights and pursue justice. Our dedicated team at Avian Law Group is ready to provide you with the support and representation you need to navigate the complexities of your case.
To learn more about our services or to schedule a consultation, please visit our website or contact us directly. Avian Law Group stands ready to fight for the rights of hit-and-run accident victims and their families, seeking the compensation and closure they deserve.