Can Landlords Be Held Liable for Negligent Security?

If you’re renting a space such as an apartment as a tenant, and you are injured due to negligence on the part of the landlord of the property, you might be surprised to learn that you may be able to hold the landlord liable for negligent security reasons. “Negligent security” (also sometimes known as “inadequate security”) is […]

Staying Safe This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving kicks off an extremely busy time of year for many Americans, marked by beloved traditions and, for some, quite a bit of travel. Whether you’re staying home this year or planning a trip for the holidays, it’s important to keep a few safety tips in mind so you won’t need the help of a […]

How a Law Firm Can Help With Tax Credits and Business Grants

If you own a small business, you are probably very aware of how every bit of monetary assistance you receive can make or break your financial standing every quarter. Seeking out business grants and tax credits to help you and your business succeed can be an effective way to improve your financial situation, but it can also […]

Honoring Those Who Served — The History of Veterans Day

This Veterans Day, Phillips Law Group wants to take the time to honor our veterans and look back at how this important holiday came to pass. Veterans Day was originally known as Armistice Day, and it’s a federal holiday in the United States observed every year on November 11. It is meant to honor military […]

L’Oréal Hair Straightener Lawsuit — What You Should Know

After a study from the National Institutes of Health found an alleged link between L’Oréal hair-straightening products and uterine cancer, at least one major lawsuit has already been filed against the company – and if you’ve bought similar products in the past, you should be aware of the accusations made against it. In the lawsuit […]

Phillips Law Group Teams Up with AAWL for “Pup Rally”

Phillips Law Group proudly partners with many community organizations in the Arizona area, and on October 27, 2022, PLG teamed up with the Arizona Animal Welfare League to help some special adoptable pets find their forever homes. At a “pup rally” featuring dogs available for public adoption through the AAWL and SPCA, Phillips team members were encouraged to play […]

Unilever Recalls Dry Shampoo Products Over Benzene Fears

Unilever has issued a voluntary recall of several aerosol dry shampoo products sold in the United States and Canada due to potential elevated levels of benzene, a carcinogen, marking just the latest product recall over chemical ingredient concerns.  The voluntary recall of select products applies to the sale of dry shampoo products in both countries and the […]

Phillips Law Group Tailgates for the Cardinals Game

The talented professionals at Phillips Law Group certainly know how to work hard, but the truth is, they know how to play hard, too.  Ahead of the Cardinals v. Eagles game on Sunday, October 9, Phillips team members and their family and friends gathered for a fun tailgate party outside of State Farm Stadium in […]

Feeding Arizona Event Expands to Utah

In addition to all of the legal work that Phillips Law Group does, the team also proudly participates in many community outreach events. One that is known to make a big difference in the Phoenix, Arizona community is Feeding Arizona – and now, the program has expanded to Utah as well. The Phillips team organizes […]

A Special Shout-Out to Angelica from Phillips Law Group

One of the factors that makes Phillips Law Group stand out from its competitors is its hardworking, loyal staff. Many of our team members have been with the firm for many years, and we believe their dedication, alongside their unique perspectives and life experiences, make every member of the team an incredible asset to our […]

New Motorcycle Law in Arizona Goes Into Effect September 24

A new law signed in Arizona during the last legislative session will allow motorcycle riders in that state to lane filter. Lane filtering will allow motorcycles to ride slowly between lanes when traffic is stopped, according to AZ Central. Motorcycle drivers will be able to move between stopped cars to get in front of traffic, […]

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: What You Can Do

The news that the NBA has suspended Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury owner Robert Sarver for one year and fined him $10 million after an investigation found that he had engaged in “workplace misconduct and organizational deficiencies” has triggered a larger discussion about the issue of harassment in the workplace – particularly sexual harassment, and […]

Small Business Owners Can Claim the Employee Retention Tax Credit

If you’re the owner of a small business, you may have heard of the Employee Retention Credit, but you might not have had the time to look into it too much. The Employee Retention Tax Credit – also known as ERTC or ERC – is a fully refundable payroll tax credit that businesses can claim on qualified wages paid […]

What is the Employee Retention Tax Credit?

The height of the COVID-19 pandemic was tough on everyone. People lost loved ones and livelihoods, and the world is still dealing with those same issues or their ripple effects today.  For small business owners, a lot of difficult choices had to be made as a result of the pandemic, and many struggled with juggling […]

Thousands of Previous Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Cases Mismanaged

Processors with Veterans Affairs mishandled more than one-third of all disability claims related to water contamination issues at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, Military Times reported on August 25, citing a report from the department’s inspector general. The report comes just weeks after President Joe Biden signed the PACT ACT into law. It includes the Camp Lejeune Justice Act — legislation that […]

What is the Camp Lejeune Justice Act?

In the past few weeks, you might have heard a lot about the PACT Act, and maybe a little bit about the Camp Lejeune Justice Act as well. But how are they related? The PACT Act, also known as Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics Act of 2022, passed the Senate by a vote of 86-11 in […]

What Happened at Camp Lejeune?

Following the passage of the PACT Act in early August, there has been a bit more attention on what happened at Camp Lejeune many years ago, and on the injustice done to Marines and their families there. Between 1953 and 1987, as many as 1 million military service members and their families may have been harmed by contact with dangerous contaminants in […]

What Is Feeding Arizona? Latest Event Makes a Big Impact

Feeding Arizona is a very special event Phillips Law Group organizes that is especially near and dear to the hearts of its team members. But what exactly is Feeding Arizona? In a nutshell, it involves bringing goods and services directly to the homeless in our own backyard – and hopefully, making a big difference in the process. […]

Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Health Issues: What You Need to Know

The Honoring Our PACT Act was recently signed into law by President Biden, and since it includes the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022, veterans and their loved ones who were exposed to contaminated water at the Marine Corps base can recover damages for related health issues and finally get justice.  But what kind of health issues did the exposure potentially […]

How the PACT Act Helps Camp Lejeune Veterans

On Wednesday, the historic PACT Act was finally signed into law.  The legislation includes the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, as well as other legal issues involving toxic exposures related to military service. The PACT Act, also known as Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics Act of 2021, passed the Senate by a vote of 86-11 in […]

Camp Lejeune Lawsuit Filings Begin Following PACT Act Passage

The first lawsuits under the PACT Act were filed Thursday, and at least one veteran has already filed suit against the United States government. President Joe Biden signed the PACT Act on Wednesday, August 10. The legislation includes the Camp Lejeune Justice Act alongside other legal issues involving toxic exposures related to military service, and one former service member […]

PACT Act Signed Into Law With Camp Lejeune Justice Act Included

The Honoring our PACT Act was signed into law on Wednesday, August 10, giving veterans and their loved ones impacted by water contamination at Camp Lejeune a chance to seek justice. Much of the coverage around President Joe Biden signing the PACT Act into law has focused on expanding health care benefits for veterans exposed to toxic burn pits.  […]

Latest News on Camp Lejeune Water Contamination — What’s Next?

Following weeks of back and forth, the Honoring Our PACT Act was finally approved by the United States Senate on August 2.  The Camp Lejeune Justice Act was part of this critical piece of legislation. As a result, service members and their loved ones who came into contact with hazardous contaminants in the water in base wells […]

Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Victims Can Now Pursue Justice

After the passage of the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, marines and their family members who spent time at the North Carolina base from 1953 to 1987 can now sue the government for their injuries after being exposed to extremely harmful chemicals in area drinking water. As many as one million former servicemembers and their loved ones who were stationed […]

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