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Tips for Staying Safe as Reckless Driving May Have Increased During COVID-19

We know there is much less traffic on the roads because of the novel coronavirus pandemic and the resulting closure of non-essential businesses and stay-at-home orders. That should mean fewer car crashes, right? By and large, there has been a reduction in car crashes. Unfortunately, in some places the number of deaths from car crashes has not decreased,…

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Safe-Driving Strategies for Your Thanksgiving Holiday Trip

Thanksgiving is almost here and that means millions of Americans will be hitting the road to join family and friends. Unfortunately, with so many vehicles on the road, there is a much higher risk of an accident. That is why it is so important to be extra cautious by carefully planning your trip and driving defensively. Below, learn more about how to…

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Bicycle Traffic Laws and Safety Tips for Arizona Cyclists

No matter how much experience you have riding a bicycle on Arizona streets, it is still important to review state laws for bicyclists. These laws are designed to help keep you safe and prevent accidents with cars that could cause severe injuries. You should also review some of the best practices for bicyclists recommended by the Arizona Department…

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When Victims Cannot Sue the Government Over a Car Accident Injury?

It is possible for a government entity to be liable for a car accident injury. Arizona allows injury victims to file a claim against the government for damages. However, there are specific requirements for filing these claims and government entities and officials can have immunity from certain kinds of claims. The good news is, the victim usually must…

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Are You Still Eligible for Compensation if You Did Not Have on Your Seat Belt During the Crash?

Did you get injured in a car accident while you were not wearing your seat belt? This raises the concern of whether you can even pursue compensation for your medical bills and other damages. The other side may say your injuries were the result of you not wearing your seat belt. Below, learn more about Arizona laws on seat belts and how not wearing…

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Dealing with Car Crash Medical Bills While You Wait for a Settlement

You will not be able to get insurance compensation until your car insurance claim is concluded. So, you must figure out how to pay those hefty medical bills while you are waiting for your lawyer to obtain the settlement you need and deserve. The dedicated Phoenix car accident lawyers at the Phillips Law Group understand how daunting this process can…

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How Long Does It Take to Negotiate a Car Insurance Settlement?

When car accident victims file insurance claims, one of their biggest concerns is how long it will take to receive compensation. They have bills to take care of and the longer the process drags out, the more anxiety victims may feel. Below, learn more about how long it can take to resolve an auto insurance claim and some of the factors that can drag…

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Challenging Your Percentage of Fault for a Car Accident

In many car accidents, the victim and the other driver share fault for the crash. For example, maybe the victim was speeding while the other was distracted and this caused a collision that seriously injured the speeding victim. If you were injured in a crash you are partially responsible for, you want to recover as much compensation as possible. The…

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Learn the Major Risk Factors for Arizona Motor Vehicle Accidents to Stay Safe

Last year, based on statistics provided by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), someone in Arizona was injured in a car, truck or motorcycle accident every 9 minutes and 51 seconds – that is 146 people a day! An injury crash happens in Arizona every 10 minutes! Know the risks when you drive. What can you do to avoid becoming an injury crash…

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Department of Public Safety to Distribute 7,500 Flyers on Distracted Driving Law to Offenders

Distracted drivers who get pulled over by Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) troopers will be receiving two-sided flyers with information about the state’s distracted driving law that took effect on April 22 of this year. The flyers break down the hands-free law that took effect earlier this year, says Christopher Nelson, a DPS trooper. The…

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