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Could New Technology Reduce the Number of Car Accidents in Arizona?

Posted on April 13, 2022 in
With the advancements in new technology, our lives are continuously improved with safety and efficiency. The automotive industry takes advantage of these advancements in order to keep drivers and passengers safe on the road by automating frequently used functions to be hands-free. Tools such as backup cameras, motion sensors, and parking automation make driving...
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Who Is Liable if a Pothole Causes My Car Accident?

Posted on March 15, 2022 in
Potholes, which are typically caused by road wear over time, can be unforgiving to your car. These depressions in the road are usually located in areas of heavy traffic, poor drainage, and where lack of maintenance occurs. They are not always easy to avoid because of traffic and lack of visibility. If you have...
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How Can You Prove the At-Fault Driver’s Negligence?

Posted on February 14, 2022 in
Careless driving behaviors can lead to life-altering injuries and possibly even fatalities. In Arizona, almost 58,000 distracted driving accidents were reported in 2018, and of those crashes, there were 800 fatalities and 16,000 serious injuries. If you are injured in a car crash, you may need to prove the at-fault driver was distracted. Proving...
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Who Is Liable for Damages Caused by a Stolen Vehicle?

Posted on January 29, 2022 in
When someone is involved in a car accident with a stolen vehicle, trying to determine who is liable for damages can be difficult. If the thief flees the scene and cannot be located or identified, matters can become even more complicated. The vehicle owner is often an innocent party and cannot generally be found...
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Can a Pedestrian Be Liable for a Car Accident in Arizona?

Posted on January 20, 2022 in
Pedestrians are vulnerable to larger and heavier motor vehicles. They lack the protection of motor vehicles and protective equipment, making it more likely that the pedestrian will be injured should an accident occur. It’s reasonable to think that the driver is always held liable because pedestrians are more vulnerable to injury during an accident....
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