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COVID-19 and Arizona Employment Law Issues

Posted on August 24, 2020 in
As COVID-19 cases continue to increase across the country and states begin to implement reopening plans, Arizona residents are facing pressure from their employers to return to work. Many of these workplaces are failing to comply with basic public health precautions, leading to more infections, hospitalizations, and wrongful deaths. If you witnessed COVID-related negligence...
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Do I Have to Go to Court After a Car Accident?

Posted on August 24, 2020 in
The aftermath of a car accident can be a scary experience. You may suffer from serious physical and emotional injuries, face expensive medical bills, and lose time at work and with family due to the accident’s impact. You can pursue compensation for your injuries through a lawsuit or insurance claim -- but you may...
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What to Do If You’ve Been Rear-Ended in Prescott

Posted on July 22, 2020 in
Rear-end collisions are common in the United States, resulting in 1.7 million car accidents, 500,000 injuries, and 1,700 deaths each year. If you are in one of these collisions, you can suffer serious physical, financial, and emotional harm -- and under Arizona law, the at-fault driver must pay for these damages, either in the...
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New Auto Insurance Limits in Arizona May Affect Your Coverage

Posted on July 7, 2020 in
Like all other states, Arizona requires that licensed drivers must have automobile insurance to cover any unexpected accidents or other liability-based incidents. However, Arizona has recently passed a new law that has changed the minimum acceptable coverage amounts. These new limits may bring questions regarding your current coverage, and any future coverage you may...
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How Is Fault Determined in an Arizona Car Accident?

Posted on June 22, 2020 in
Arizona follows a traditional fault-based system in car accident cases, meaning that the driver responsible for a collision must pay for the damages that the other drivers, passengers, and pedestrians suffer. Proving fault in an Arizona car accident requires a great deal of evidence and the establishment of four elements: duty of care, breach...
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