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What if You Were Injured in an Accident with a Police Car?

Arizona is an at-fault state for car accident claims, which means the driver who is found to be at fault for a crash is liable for the damages caused. Victims would file a claim against the other driver and/or his or her car insurance company. However, what if you believe the at-fault driver was a police officer, and he or she was in a police car during…

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What if Your Injury Gets Worse After You Receive a Settlement?

Sometimes injuries are unpredictable. You may not respond as well to treatment as doctors anticipate. Even if you do, your condition could get worse. For example, you could suffer an infection that requires more expensive treatment. It can be difficult to factor these things into a personal injury settlement, which is why it may be possible for the…

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Driver Trapped After RV Crashes into Several Cars, Utility Pole

PHOENIX, AZ - A man was taken to the hospital Saturday after he was pulled from an RV that had careened into multiple cars before destroying a utility pole. According to CBS 5, the collision occurred in the afternoon, near the intersection of 32nd Avenue and Bell Road. Police believe the RV’s unidentified male driver suffered a medical issue before…

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Why Do Some Car Accident Claims End in Lawsuits?

When a person is injured in a car accident due to another’s negligence, the process for recovering compensation usually begins with a claim and generally ends with a settlement. However, there are some instances when a personal injury claim may end up in court. Our Phoenix car accident lawyers are prepared to help you from the moment you file a claim…

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Which Members of Your Household May Be Covered by Your Auto Insurance?

Are other drivers who live at your house automatically covered by your car insurance? Do they need to be listed on your policy? These are important questions because you never know when an accident might happen. You do not want to assume someone is covered by your policy only to be surprised to find out they are not, particularly after a crash. We…

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Is it Possible to Link Post-Traumatic Stress to an Auto Accident?

Research has shown a significant number of car crash victims suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). They may suffer flashbacks, nightmares and mood swings and may actively avoid situations that remind them of the accident. If the accident was caused by the negligence of another driver, victims may be able to file a claim for compensation…

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Can Auto Mechanics or Repair Shops Be Liable for a Car Accident?

Many of us do not know much about how our cars work, which is why we trust mechanics to fix them. Unfortunately, it is difficult to know beforehand if a mechanic will do good work. We often rely on online customer reviews or recommendations from friends or family members. All this uncertainty means there is a chance you could hire a mechanic who does…

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Is it Safe to Try to Collect Evidence After a Car Accident?

Even though the crash has already occurred, the scene of a car accident can be very dangerous. Unfortunately, drivers who are passing through are not always as careful or patient as they should be. Bad weather only adds to the uncertainty for those involved in the crash and other drivers in the area. While most victims are focused on their injuries…

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How Might You Recover Compensation After an Uber or Lyft Crash?

Many people are unsure of how to pursue compensation after a car crash. They may not know how much compensation may be available or the types of damages that may be covered. If the accident involved is a ridesharing vehicle, such as one being driven for Uber or Lyft, there can be even more confusion about what to do. This can be true not just for the…

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Risks of Tailgating and Liability When Following Too Close Causes a Crash

The word “tailgate” not only refers to what many football fans do before the game starts, it also refers to one driver following another car too closely. Tailgating another vehicle is incredibly dangerous because you have little time to slow down if the lead driver hits the brakes. That is why road safety advocates and regulators recommend keeping…

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