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Can Your Lawyer Request Dash Cam Footage of Your Car Crash?

The short answer is yes, your lawyer may be able to obtain dash cam footage of your car from a dash camera that was not in your vehicle. However, it might not be necessary for your case, as your lawyer may be able to validate your case with other evidence. It is important to hire an experienced attorney so he or she can help you determine how best…

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How Car Crash Victims Could Hurt Their Claim for Compensation

There are many things you should not do after suffering an injury in a car crash caused by another driver. These actions could end up hurting your chances of recovering full compensation for your injuries. This could not only set you back financially, but also hurt your ability to make the best medical recovery possible, given your diagnosis. Whether…

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What Can You do if the At-Fault Driver Lies to the Insurance Company?

In Arizona, the at-fault driver is financially liable for damages suffered by the victim in a car crash. Typically, the victim files a claim with the at-fault driver’s insurance company to attempt to recover compensation for medical bills and other damages. Unfortunately, at-fault drivers sometimes lie to their insurance companies. The insurance companies…

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Could Data Collected from an Insurance Tracking Device Be Used to Devalue Your Claim?

Many of us are always on the lookout for ways to save money. Car insurance companies know this, which is why they are constantly offering discounts to retain customers and keep them happy. For example, many insurance companies offer to lower your premium if you install a tracking device in your car. They track your driving and if your driving satisfies…

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Seeking Compensation After a Crash with a Food Delivery Driver

Food delivery services have become increasingly popular, which means some of the people you may be sharing the road with are out making a delivery. This increases the risk of car crashes involving delivery drivers who are often in a rush to finish their delivery so they can go make the next one. If you get injured in a crash with a food delivery driver,…

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Can You Still File a Crash Claim if You Do Not Have Car Insurance?

Like most states, Arizona makes the driver who causes a crash financially responsible for the damages suffered by the victim. That means victims generally seek compensation from the at-fault driver and his or her car insurance policy. Even though your car insurance policy may not provide compensation, you may wonder if you can still file a claim if…

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Is the Car Insurance Company Breaking the Law in its Handling of My Claim?

If you have ever had to file a car insurance claim, you probably know insurance companies are often looking for ways to get out of paying compensation. Many policyholders face delays, unnecessary paperwork and misleading statements. Sometimes policyholders cannot even find out why their claim was denied. Unfortunately, these kinds of things are often…

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Seeking Compensation After a Crash with an Amazon Delivery Truck

Amazon’s ability to deliver packages in two days has brought unprecedented convenience to our lives. There is a downside though: Amazon trucks fill our highways and interstates every day, potentially increasing the risk of a truck crash. Do you know what to do after a crash with an Amazon delivery truck? For that matter, do you know what to do after…

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Can You Seek Compensation if You Received a Traffic Citation?

There are some car crashes where one driver is clearly at fault and the other bears no fault. However, there are many accidents where both drivers share some percentage of blame. This may be the case if both drivers received a traffic citation. It is important to discuss a situation like this with a licensed attorney who may be able to review your…

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What Makes Someone a Credible Witness for a Car Crash Claim?

When crash victims file claims for compensation, it is often their word against the word of the at-fault driver and his or her insurance company. That is why objective evidence can be so important, such as an eyewitness account of the accident. However, the witness needs to be credible – you can bet the insurance company will immediately look for some…

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