What Happens When You Can’t Return To Work After An Accident?

Posted in Personal Injury on August 16, 2017

Workers’ compensation benefits exist to help workers recover from accidents suffered in the workplace. After an injury at work, a workers’ compensation claim can help you recover losses such as medical bills and lost wages after your accident. Workers’ compensation sometimes does not cover all the expenses associated with some on-the-job injuries, and those injured… read more

I Was Hit By A Foul Ball At An MLB Game. Can I Sue?

Posted in Personal Injury,Premises Liability on August 16, 2017

Sporting events like baseball games are fun distractions that allow sports fans to support their favorite teams in person. However, fans may not realize the risks they are assuming by attending games. When you look at the back of your ticket to a baseball game, you’ll probably notice a few paragraphs of legal wording in… read more

The Most Infamous Product Recalls In America

Posted in Product Liability on August 15, 2017

Manufacturers have a duty to produce safe and effective products that perform as advertised and include thorough instructions for proper use. They must also warn customers of any potential risks associated with use of a product. When a product harms a user due to a design flaw, a manufacturing defect, or improper advertising, the manufacturer… read more

Is Negligence A Contributing Factor In Public Transportation Accidents?

Posted in Train Accidents on August 15, 2017

Last September, a New Jersey Transit train crashed through a wall and into a platform at the Hoboken Terminal, killing one woman and injuring more than 100 others. The impact collapsed part of the station ceiling, causing panic and injuring commuters and train passengers. The investigation hasn’t exposed any evidence pointing to the train’s engineer… read more

Snapchat Spectacles Safety Dangers

Posted in Car Accident,Personal Injury on July 17, 2017

Snapchat, now called Snap Inc., has created a pair of sunglasses that let users record video and easily upload them to the Snapchat app. So-called “Snapchat Spectacles” are a wearable device that could change the way users connect with social media sites. Snap, Inc. hopes the Spectacles will allow users to record video more freely,… read more

NHTSA Distracted Driving Guidelines

Posted in Uncategorized on July 6, 2017

While there are plenty of things that can distract a driver behind the wheel, the cell phone has become a top concern for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Cell phone use contributes to about 1,161 crash-related injuries in the U.S. every day. Cell phones engage the driver in all three forms of distraction:… read more

Avoiding an ATV Accident

Posted in ATV Accidents on July 5, 2017

Driving an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) can be a fun and exhilarating way to pass the time, especially in Arizona where there are plenty of ATV trails, motocross parks, and natural areas to explore. People in Arizona use ATVs for work as well, to keep track of farmland, livestock, and crops, and to go on hunting… read more

The Dangers of Drowsy Driving

Posted in Car Accident on July 3, 2017

Drowsy driving is an issue that affects thousands of people every year. As society pushes people to be more productive and get more accomplished in smaller amounts of time, drivers are putting themselves in dangerous positions. In 2013, drowsy drivers caused an estimated 72,000 car accidents and 800 fatalities in the U.S. Some researchers estimate… read more

Sections of the I-10 Are Valley’s Deadliest Freeways

Posted in Car Accident on June 30, 2017

As Arizona’s state capital and one of the busiest cities in the Grand Canyon State, Phoenix is no stranger to heavy traffic and major vehicle collisions. However, new Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) data reports that sections of Interstate 10 run right through the deadliest freeways in the Valley. Learn which parts of I-10 post… read more

Explore the Benefits of These Head Injury Apps

Posted in Brain Injuries on June 29, 2017

Advancements in technology are changing the way medical professionals, sports players, and parents approach head injuries. Today, several cost-effective apps help with concussion recognition, head injury prevention, and therapy after sustaining an injury. The data collected empowers individuals to take control of their own health and gives medical professionals the information they need to advance… read more