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Examples of What is Considered Wrongful Death

Posted on May 3, 2017 in
The death of a loved one is arguably the most difficult time you will face in your lifetime. When the death is from negligence or could have been prevented, your grief can worsen. A wrongful death claim can be filed for numerous reasons against individuals, manufacturers of products or pharmaceuticals, property owners and many...
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How to Recognize Distracted Driving Before It’s Too Late

Posted on May 1, 2017 in
Distracted driving is deadly, and you’ve likely seen the public service announcements that prove it. These ads typically feature the final text a driver sent seconds before a fatal auto accident occurred. Texting while driving is illegal in 46 states, but using your cell phone while driving in Arizona is still legal (except for...
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Saving Money On Car Insurance

Posted on March 29, 2017 in
It is difficult to shop for car insurance because the insurers require lots of information from you before they quote a price, and it seems like you are comparing oranges to apples. Some insurers quote prices that can be twice as high as others. Insurers base their auto premiums on many things, such as...
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10 Warning Signs of a Brain Injury After an Accident

Posted on March 23, 2017 in
Brain injuries are often referred to as catastrophic injuries as they can have a profound impact on you and your family members. March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Auto accidents are among the most common causes of brain injuries, but they can also be caused by falls, contact sports and violence as well as...
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Tips to Avoid St. Patrick’s Day Accidents

Posted on March 14, 2017 in
The St. Patrick’s Day parade in Phoenix was last weekend, but more festivities are planned in downtown Prescott on Friday. One local bar is even hiding gold coins for patrons to find and use to buy penny drinks. While St. Paddy’s Day can be a golden pot of fun, it’s important to stay safe...
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