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Driver Arrested After Fatal Collision on US-60 in Mesa

MESA, AZ - Two people died and one man was arrested following a major collision on US-60 in Mesa early Saturday morning. According to 12 News, the crash was reported at about 1:20 a.m. near the exit to Country Club Drive. Police say a Honda, driven by 27-year-old Bryan Badillo of Queen Creek, collided with a Chevrolet Impala. The impact pushed the…

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What if the At-Fault Driver Offers You Cash at the Scene?

No matter how cut-and-dry a car crash claim may seem, it will likely be months before your attorney is able to reach a settlement. That is why crash victims are often tempted to accept a quick settlement offer from the insurance company, or a cash offer from the at-fault driver immediately after the crash. Even though you may be tempted to accept a…

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Can Your Lawyer Still Negotiate a Settlement if You Verbally Accepted an Offer?

You need to be careful when talking to insurance companies after an accident. Adjusters and other insurance company representatives are skilled at making crash victims feel at ease. This may result in victims saying things that could be used against them, or even accepting a settlement offer without realizing more compensation may be available. However,…

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Traffic Violations Often Cited as the Cause of Arizona Auto Accidents

Most auto accidents in Arizona involve one or more violations of traffic laws. Victims and their attorneys often cite these illegal maneuvers when seeking compensation for damages from a crash. While crashes could involve a wide variety of traffic violations, there are some traffic laws that may be more likely to come up after an accident. If you…

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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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