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Study: The Deadliest Roads in Arizona

Posted in Latest News on January 18, 2018

 

What Qualifies as a Slip, Trip and Fall Accident?

Posted in Premises Liability on December 8, 2017

Slip, trip, and fall accidents injure more people every year than all other unintentional injuries, second only to motor vehicle accidents. Slip and falls result in more than one million emergency room visits every year. It is up to a property owner to detect slip, trip, and fall hazards and repair them before an accident… read more

Main Causes of 18-Wheeler Accidents in Arizona

Posted in Truck Accidents on December 1, 2017

Big rigs are major players in the national economy, as well as the local economy in Arizona. It’s hard to say where the country would be without this critical method of cargo transportation. Unfortunately, it comes at a price – the cost of human lives. Big rigs and buses caused 11,991 crashes in Arizona in… read more

Arizona Left-Hand Turn Laws

Posted in Arizona Laws on November 24, 2017

One of the most common causes of car accidents in Arizona is a driver breaking the rules of the road. Speeding, running red lights, and texting while driving are all examples of broken roadway rules that often result in harmful collisions. Some of the most misunderstood laws in the Grand Canyon State are left-hand turn… read more

Is the Liable Party Responsible for Providing a Rental Car While the Vehicle is Being Repaired?

Posted in Car Accident on November 17, 2017

You’ve just been in a car accident in Phoenix. The collision rendered your car unable to return to the road until it undergoes repairs. While your vehicle is at the shop, however, you still need to get around. Renting a car for days or weeks can result in several hundred dollars in expenses. Who will… read more

Holiday Traveling Safety Tips

Posted in Safety Tips on November 7, 2017

AAA predicts that 1 million more people will travel during this year’s Thanksgiving holiday than last year. In total, AAA expects to see 48.7 million Americans on the roads, in the air, and at sea. The holiday season reunites loved ones and gives many people a much-needed break from the daily grind. With so many… read more

5 Tips For Driving In Winter Conditions

Posted in Safety Tips on November 2, 2017

The winter season brings several weather threats, depending on your location. Flooding, snow, and cold nighttime temperatures can leave unprepared drivers stranded – or worse. As the cold weather arrives, keep these five tips handy. Prepare now to avoid getting caught off guard on the road. Winterize all vehicles. If you live in an area… read more

Arizona Winter Driving Safety Tips

Posted in Personal Injury on November 9, 2017

Wintertime in Arizona can see heavy snowfall in some areas and a lot of icy roadways in others. While a winter wonderland can be beautiful to look at, it can create frightening and dangerous drives. Drivers in Arizona need to prepare for all types of weather conditions, including ice, sleet, and snow. Learn how to… read more

Beware These Insurance Claim Denial Tricks

Posted in Arizona Laws on October 31, 2017

In a perfect world, insurance companies would put their client’s best interests first. In reality, insurers need to make a profit – a goal that sometimes overshadows policyholder needs. If an insurer denies a valid insurance claim the first time, don’t give up. The company may be using one of these tricks to protect itself…. read more

Liability and School-Related Accidents

Posted in Child Injuries on October 26, 2017

Some school injuries arise from accidents. Kids play, they fall down, and they get injured. Other child injuries arise from abuse, neglect, and negligence. When accidents happen because of someone’s malicious or negligent actions, families have the right to file a claim against the responsible party. Possible Liable Parties in School-Related Injury Cases Many different… read more