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How Accident Reconstruction May Help Prove a Car Crash Case

Some car crash cases are more complicated than others, such as those involving more than two drivers. Other cases where there are no witnesses and multiple conflicting accounts of what happened may also be difficult to validate. In a complex case, the victim’s lawyer may recommend bringing in an accident reconstruction expert to help determine what…

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When Crash Victims Could be Found Partially at Fault for a Car Crash

Crash victims have a habit of thinking they are at least partially at fault for a car crash, even if the other driver may bear full liability for the accident. Thinking you are at fault for a crash may come from a good place, because many people do not want to downplay their accountability. However, you need to be careful about admitting fault for…

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Can You File a Diminished Value Claim After an Arizona Car Crash?

Many car crash victims know firsthand how much a crash can diminish a vehicle’s value. In many cases, vehicles could be just one more accident away from being declared a total loss by the insurance company. Many car dealerships will automatically deduct a certain percentage from a car’s trade-in value if the vehicle suffered frame damage in a crash. Is…

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Was Your Commercial Truck Crash Caused by Poor Maintenance?

Commercial truck drivers and their employers need to make sure trucks are safe to operate and have been properly maintained. If they fail to address a mechanical issue or fix problems they know about, and those problems lead to a crash, the driver, trucking company and potentially the company responsible for fixing the truck could all face some amount…

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Where Can Pedestrians Injured in Car Crashes Seek Compensation?

Pedestrians need to be very careful when crossing the street or walking close to traffic. A collision with a car could cause devastating or even fatal injuries. Pedestrian crash victims and their loved ones should strongly consider seeking experienced legal representation, as these claims could be complicated. The insurance company for the at-fault…

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Car Crash Claims Involving Back Pain and Back Injuries

Back injuries from car accidents can be extremely painful and debilitating. The pain can prevent people from working or engaging in many of the activities they once enjoyed. This can put a strain on relationships and lead to poor mental health. Proving the value of a claim for a back injury can be challenging, as these injuries must be evaluated on…

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What Lawyers Often Want to Know About Car Crash Claims

It sounds cliché but it is true: every car accident is different. That is why an attorney needs to learn more about the crash to determine if you may have a case, the potential value of the case, and what evidence/information he or she will need to build a strong case. Our experienced attorneys discuss the information attorneys often need to know about…

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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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