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Can Dash Cams Impact Your Car Accident Claim?

Posted on May 20, 2021 in
After a car crash, many people wish they had video recordings that illustrate the events leading up to the collision so they could replay the moments and demonstrate the validity of their claims. Thus, small dashboard cameras are becoming increasingly popular. Many drivers believe that the cost of not having one is much greater...
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5 Tips for Safely Riding Your Motorcycle This Summer 

Posted on May 12, 2021 in
There is no better feeling than hopping on your motorcycle on a warm summer day. However, an afternoon ride can quickly turn catastrophic if you are not careful. Motorcyclists are at a higher risk of sustaining injuries in an accident, so we all must take every reasonable precaution to avoid an accident. Please brush...
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Understanding Arizona’s New Texting and Driving Laws

Posted on May 2, 2021 in
Distracted driving is all too common in Arizona. In 2019, the state’s Department of Transportation reported nearly 130,000 car accidents in the state, with distracted driving accounting for 25% of these accidents. To help combat these troubling statistics, Arizona lawmakers introduced a new Hands-Off Law, which went into effect on Jan. 1, 2021. It...
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Is Arizona a No-Fault State?

Posted on February 8, 2021 in
After a car accident in Arizona, it is easy to wonder how you could possibly recover from your injuries. Collisions can result in serious, debilitating injuries that require expensive medical care and lengthy recovery times, resulting in lost wages. You may also experience damage to your vehicle, physical trauma, and psychological pain. In no-fault...
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How to Deal with Insurance Adjusters After a Car Crash

Posted on December 30, 2020 in
If you are in a car accident, chances are that you will need to deal with an insurance adjuster. Since Arizona is a fault insurance state, drivers responsible for collisions must pay for their victims’ damages. Most people seek this compensation by filing an insurance claim and speaking with an insurance adjuster. However, it...
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