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What a Tempe Car Accident Attorney Recommends for Insurance

Being insured is not a luxury—it is a legal requirement as a motorist in Arizona. Arizona has a mandatory insurance limit. This statute requires that all motor vehicles on the road have a statutory limit of financial responsibility through a proper insurance company. Known as liability insurance, this policy covers the minimum. Per the Arizona… Read more

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Can a Chandler Personal Injury Lawyer Seek Compensation for PTSD?

Motor vehicle accidents are traumatic. When a victim suffers serious injuries, they might become entitled to seek compensation in the form of damages. Arizona statutes do allow victims also to receive compensation for the mental and emotional injuries they suffer, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). While it is allowed, a victim only has two… Read more

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How Delaying Medical Treatment Makes a Gilbert Car Accident Lawyer’s Job Harder

After a car accident, emotions run high. The body’s natural response to trauma is to initiate a flight-or-fight response. In other words, the body releases adrenaline (in the form of endorphins). These natural hormone secretions are designed to protect the body, but they also mask the symptoms of a serious injury. Unfortunately, all too often… Read more

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5 Phoenix Car Accident Attorney Stereotypes That Aren’t Always True

Anyone that has experience working with a Phoenix car accident attorney has likely heard the notorious lawyer jokes. These stem from stereotypes about personal injury attorneys, and many of these assumptions are highly inaccurate. Typically, the stereotypes come from movies or a select number of attorneys that have tarnished the reputation of lawyers in the… Read more

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A Gilbert Personal Injury Attorney Explains Pedestrian Rights

Arizona boasts a group of highly active residents. Many will bike or walk to work, the store, and just around town. To protect pedestrians, Arizona has created various statutes that outline not only a pedestrian’s rights but how vehicles are to treat pedestrians when sharing the roads. Anyone injured by a vehicle while walking on… Read more

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Does a Tempe Personal Injury Attorney Think Your Bike Injury is Worth a Claim?

When a person thinks of a car accident, they picture two vehicles striking one another or a lone vehicle hitting a fixed object. However, that is not the only type of motor vehicle accident. In fact, motor vehicles strike cyclists daily in the United States, and Tempe is no stranger to them either. In fact,… Read more

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What is Loss of Consortium and Can a Chandler Personal Injury Attorney Help?

When an accident occurs, the unthinkable can come with it: the death of a loved one. After a person dies, they could leave behind a spouse, children, and other family members who depended on them for income, love, partnership and more. Like when a victim is injured, negligent parties may be held accountable for the… Read more

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Common Injuries a Gilbert Personal Injury Attorney Sees Over Spring Break

Spring break is a time when the schools are out, students travel to other states or just stay in Arizona to enjoy the great weather. While it is a time of celebration and fun, it is also a time of heightened injuries. Therefore, anyone out enjoying spring break must be aware of these common injuries,… Read more

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What a Design Defect Means to a Chandler Personal Injury Attorney

After a serious car accident due to a defect in a vehicle or another party’s vehicle, a victim may wonder who is at fault for their injuries and the associated costs of that injury. Design defects in a car accident case are highly complex, and a Chandler personal injury attorney will need to determine if… Read more

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