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Determining Fault When a Defective Parking Brake Causes an Accident in Arizona

Posted on April 13, 2023 in
Seeing a vehicle roll down a steep hill towards you and/or others is our worst nightmare. Rollaway accidents can be deadly and are often the result of faulty parking brakes. Many victims of rollaway accidents suffer severe injuries that significantly impact their daily lives. Although victims may wish to pursue compensation for their losses,...
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5 Factors Increasing the Risk of Car Accidents During Arizona Winters

Posted on January 26, 2023 in
Being involved in a car accident during Arizona winters can be a difficult and stressful experience. You are likely to suffer injuries (with pain, emotional upset and the cost of medical treatment), damages to your vehicle, and lost time and/or lost wages from work. It's important to understand your legal rights and options during...
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What Are My Rights If I’m a Passenger Injured in an Arizona Car Accident?

Posted on January 22, 2023 in
Car accidents can be a scary and traumatic experience, especially for passengers who are often left feeling helpless and vulnerable. However, passengers who have been injured in a car accident in Arizona have legal rights that protect them and help them seek compensation for their injuries. As a passenger, you may be unsure of...
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What Should I Do If I’m Hit by a Rental Car in Arizona?

Posted on December 9, 2022 in
Most people are vaguely familiar with the insurance claim process when it’s a standard car accident. However, knowing what to do after being hit by a rental car is slightly more challenging because there may be two insurers involved. The best way to be sure you’re taking the best path toward fair compensation is...
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Will a Pre-Existing Condition Affect My Car Accident Claim?

Posted on December 4, 2022 in
After a car accident or any other injury accident, it seems threatening to disclose your pre-existing medical conditions during an insurance claim, especially since you don’t want your pre-existing condition(s) (“PE Condition”) to harm the outcome of an honest injury claim. However, it’s important to disclose them to the insurance company and your attorney....
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