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Can the Insurance Company Exclude Certain Medical Expenses from My Claim?

Generally, car insurance companies will only cover reasonable and necessary medical bills injury victims incur. If you underwent a new treatment that was experimental or unproven, the insurance company may deny compensation for the cost of this treatment. Contacting a lawyer to review your claim may be an important step, as he or she may be able to…

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How Attorneys May be Able to Preserve Evidence of an Auto Accident

If your car accident was caused by another driver’s negligence, you may be eligible to obtain compensation for the damages you suffered. However, you need evidence to prove negligence and if you are not careful, evidence could get lost or destroyed. That is why it is important to contact a qualified attorney as soon as possible. There are steps an…

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What You Should Know About Liability for a Collision with a Fixed Object

While most car crashes involve vehicles, there are some that involve fixed objects, such as road signs, construction equipment, loose cargo that fell out of a truck, trash cans and many other things. Of course, you cannot blame the crash on the object, which means drivers, or another party, may be to blame. If you were injured in a crash with a fixed…

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Assessing Fault for a Right-Turn Crash in Arizona

While left turns are significantly more dangerous, many crashes also happen during right turns. Turning drivers and oncoming drivers often do not pay enough attention. Others engage in reckless behaviors, like speeding, which frequently results in dangerous accidents. Below, the Phoenix-based car accident lawyers with Phillips Law Group discuss how…

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Common Questions Crash Victims Often Have for Their Lawyers

If you have ever been involved in a car accident, you know crash victims often have numerous questions for their attorneys. These questions cover a variety of topics, from the validity of a claim to the value of damages and how an attorney may be able to assist them. Phillips Law Group has compiled a list of questions crash victims often have for their…

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How is Fault Assessed After a Crash Involving a Vehicle on the Shoulder?

Are passing drivers always at fault for a crash involving a vehicle on the shoulder? What if the vehicle on the shoulder was partially in the roadway in the path of oncoming traffic? Below, learn more about these situations and how fault may be assessed. Our Phoenix-based car accident lawyers also discuss how drivers on the shoulder and those passing…

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Are Truck Companies Testing Their Drivers for Drug or Alcohol After Every Crash?

Driving a commercial truck is dangerous even under optimal conditions. When you throw in other factors, like distractions, bad weather, lack of sleep, or drug or alcohol use, there is a high risk for a serious crash.  Unfortunately, some truck drivers still get behind the wheel after drinking or while they are under the influence of illicit or even…

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Avoiding a Crash While Traveling Through Dangerous Phoenix Intersections

There is always a risk of a crash when you get behind the wheel. Even if you drive defensively and stay focused on the road, you might get hit by a reckless driver and suffer serious injuries. While this could happen anywhere, there are certain places where you may be at greater risk of getting into a crash. Below, learn more about some of the most…

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Can You Still File a Claim if You Admitted Fault to the Insurance Company?

Most crash victims are not prepared to deal with the insurance claims process. They are unsure what to say to the insurance adjuster when he or she calls. Crash victims often feel the need to tell the insurance company about how their actions may have contributed to the accident. Even if your actions may have contributed to the crash, it is never a…

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How Do Car Crash Claims Involving Children Differ?

Car crashes can be very scary experiences, particularly for children. They do not fully understand what is going on and may get more scared seeing their parents confused and unsure of what to do next. Below, learn more about what to do after a car crash involving children, including how to pursue compensation for medical expenses and other damages…

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