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8 Tips for Avoiding a Personal Injury While on Vacation in Arizona

Posted on May 26, 2022 in
Accidents can occur anywhere, even when you’re trying to relax on vacation. When you are on vacation in Arizona, there are many reasons as to why a personal injury can occur and cut your vacation time short. The best way to evade personal injury is to be aware of what hazards you may face....
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What Are the Most Common Types of Injuries That Result from Airbags?

Posted on January 13, 2022 in
Airbags undoubtedly save lives every day. They help lower the risks of passengers hitting their head and body against hard surfaces, being ejected from the vehicle, or suffering severe injuries due to glass and debris. However, airbags don’t come without risk and can often lead to injuries instead of preventing injury. When a vehicle’s...
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How to Properly Document an Accident or Injury in Arizona

Posted on January 6, 2022 in
The time after a collision can be chaotic, even without significant injury or damage to the car. When a severe injury is added to the equation, the time following the accident can be overwhelming and frightening. However, it is vital to take action and document every aspect of your injury and the accident to...
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Common Holiday-Related Personal Injuries and How to Avoid Them

Posted on November 2, 2021 in
What’s better than a holiday party? Spirits are high, and celebrations are plentiful at the end of the year. While there are more opportunities than ever for you to make merry, there are also more risks for you to consider. Year-end parties and winter weather both can lead to personal injuries, many of which...
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Do You Have Rights After an Injury Due to Inclement Weather in Arizona?

Posted on June 28, 2021 in
Arizona sees its fair share of inclement weather throughout the year. While the state is known for its warm climate, Flagstaff receives up to 100 inches of snow each year. Prescott is known to have “black ice” from moist roads that freeze at dusk. When weather is hazardous, property owners, homeowners, and drivers have...
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