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Understanding Product Liability Claims

People are commonly injured in accidents that result from using a product or the failure of a product to function as advertised by the manufacturer. Sometimes the injuries occur in isolated situations, and other times they occur in more common accidents like a vehicle crash. Product liability claims have actually been on the increase in… Read more

Why You Should Have a Lawyer for Bicycle Accidents and Uninsured Motorists

Bicyclists are vulnerable to suffering severe injuries in an accident with a motor vehicle. A rider might wear a helmet and maybe some gloves, but that’s about all of the protection that they have in the event of a crash. Couple that with Arizona’s low $15,000 per person and $30,000 minimum auto liability insurance requirement,… Read more

5 Things To Do Following A Car Accident in Gilbert Arizona

Usually when a driver is involved in an automobile accident, everything happens so quickly that they simply don’t know what to do next. If you are better prepared in case you are ever involved in a car accident, it will go a long way in protecting both your health and financial future. Here are 5… Read more

Why Injured Auto Accident Victims Always Need Legal Counsel for Full Compensation

Filing an injury claim following an auto accident often appears as a simple task that will require no legal assistance when first contacting the respondent insurance company, but this appearance is typically by design. Contact representatives for all insurance companies are well-trained in accepting claims and initially communicating with injured victims. A first discussion with… Read more

Understanding How Comparative Negligence Affects an Auto Accident Injury Claim

All personal injury claims following an auto accident are not necessarily equal when it finally comes down to the amount of damages an injured plaintiff may receive. While passengers in vehicles involved in collisions typically can receive whole damages when enough funds are available, injured plaintiffs who were driving a vehicle will also be assessed… Read more

Understanding Comparative Negligence in Arizona

All states use some form of comparative negligence law when adjudicating auto accident cases. Some accident cases are clear cut cases of full fault by one particular driver in many instances, but the truth is that many accidents also include shared fault to some degree. Injured claimants who were driving a vehicle that was involved… Read more

What are Some of the Grounds for Filing a Medical Malpractice Suit?

People seek medical help because they have an ailment or condition that requires treatment. When those providing the care are negligent in their responsibilities, the impact on patients can be significant. If you believe that the practice or facility providing you with care has failed in some manner, you may have the grounds for filing… Read more

How Long Does It Take To Reach A Personal Injury Settlement In Tempe, AZ?

Negotiating a personal injury settlement takes time, and people often wonder just how much time. As bills pile up and your savings dwindle, you may be wondering if you’re looking at days, weeks, months, or even years before you see a dime from the responsible party. The truth is, how long it takes to reach… Read more

What Counts As Lost Income In A Personal Injury Lawsuit?

When you’re considering a personal injury lawsuit, there are a lot of things that you’ll hear you should sue for: medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, vehicle repairs if an accident caused your injury. Lost income may be one of the most confusing aspects of the monetary recovery in a personal injury lawsuit. Most… Read more