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Who Pays Settlement Money in Car Accident Lawsuits?

If you have been involved in an auto accident and you're not at fault, you may be considering the possibility of protecting your rights by way of a legal claim against the other driver under the laws of personal injury. Many of these actions that are filed are ultimately settled out of court, and many others are settled before a lawsuit is ever filed…

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Your Right to Sue After a Car Accident

When auto accidents occur in Arizona, the aftermath gives rise to circumstances that are extremely common. Generally, the insurance companies of those who have insurance get involved by way receiving claims, offering settlements and dealing with the other party's insurance carrier if necessary. The police will also be involved in terms of filing a police…

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Your Guide to Hiring a Phoenix Car Accident Lawyer

Auto accidents occur at a high rate in Phoenix, and what that leads to is thousands of people being injured in the metro area in collisions every year. In almost every auto accident, someone is at fault, and if a person is injured because of someone else's driving mistakes, that person needs the help of a Phoenix car accident lawyer to make sure that…

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Whiplash Compensation for a Phoenix Car Accident

Auto accidents are extremely common in Phoenix. In 2008 alone, there were more than 34,000 crashes just within city limits which led to almost 17,000 injuries. One of the most common injuries as a result of auto accidents is whiplash. Whiplash is an injury that is viewed by many with a skeptical eye, and that is truly unfortunate for those who suffer…

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How to File an Arizona Motorcycle Accident Lawsuit

Motorcycle accidents are a problem in Arizona just as they are everywhere else. Despite the economic advantages and the fun that are offered by every ride on a motorcycle, the risks are also extreme in many situations. Motorcycles are quite small compared to the vehicles with which they share the roads, and the drivers and passengers on these vehicles…

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How to File an Arizona Car Accident Lawsuit

Arizona is a growing state in terms of population, and that always leads to more vehicles on the road. When this trend occurs, it also tends to lead to increased risks for everyone who gets behind the wheel and shares these roads with others. Therefore, people tend to suffer from injuries or worse while driving, and when such an incident occurs and…

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Hiring a Phoenix Accident Attorney

Auto accidents have always been too common, and when they do occur, those who are not at fault often are left wondering how they should handle the situation. Everyone who has been in an accident that was not their fault incurs some sort of loss, and their insurance companies are not always the resource they need to help make them whole. When this situation…

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How to File an Arizona Trucking Accident Lawsuit

Large trucks have always been prevalent on Arizona's highways and city streets, as the trucking industry remains one of the backbones of the American economy. While most truck drivers have gone through thorough training and many have years of experience in navigating these enormous vehicles through all sorts of conditions, the fact is that accidents…

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Dealing with the Insurance Company After a Bike Crash

Motorcycle owners are generally people who love the open road, love the independence that their preferred mode of transportation provides and also understand the risks involved with driving such a vehicle. While the climate and geography of Arizona is perfect for a motorcycle, those who ride them are as vulnerable here as they are anywhere else when…

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Car Accident in Arizona? Research a Great Lawyer

Arizona is a state with large metropolitan areas that include Phoenix and many rural areas that feature mile after mile of open road. Regardless of the surroundings, though, driving a vehicle in Arizona comes with a degree of risk. On an annual basis, more than 120,000 auto accidents occur, and more than 37,000 people are injured as a result. This does…

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