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Understanding Cerebral Palsy and When it is Caused by Medical Malpractice

As expectant parents, you want nothing more than to have a healthy and happy baby. However, medical negligence during pregnancy and the birthing process may result in a newborn developing a serious condition like cerebral palsy. The Phillips Law Group’s… Read More

Types of Product Liability Cases

Each year, consumers are injured by defective products such as vehicle parts, electronic devices or prescription medications.   In these situations, victims may be able to pursue a product liability lawsuit to obtain compensation for their medical bills,… Read More

How Much Is My Traumatic Brain Injury Case Worth?

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can have a significant effect on the victim and his or her loved ones. The injury’s impacts can be far-reaching and may result in permanent damage that lasts for the rest of the victim’s life. Although no compensation can… Read More

What You Need to Know About Arizona’s Dog Bite Laws

A dog bite can cause devastating and painful physical injuries. However, the damage from a dog attack often goes far beyond the victim’s physical wounds. If you are a victim of a dog attack in Arizona, it is important to know the state’s dog bite laws… Read More

Choosing Your Own Doctor for a Workers’ Compensation Claim

Choosing a doctor to treat your workplace injury or illness is an important decision that may impact your physical recovery and workers’ compensation benefits. In Arizona, most employees have the right to seek medical treatment from a health care provider… Read More

What is a Sideswipe Collision?

A sideswipe collision, or T-Bone accident, occurs when one vehicle collides with the side of another vehicle. In 2015, there were approximately 670,000 sideswipe accidents that resulted in an estimated 104,000 injuries and 824 fatalities, according to… Read More

What Are My Rights If I Suffer a Burn Injury in My Apartment?

In 2016, 3,390 people were killed in fires in the U.S., including 2,800 deaths that involved residential structure fires, according to the American Burn Association (ABA). Although some fires are accidental, many structure fires are caused by negligence,… Read More

What Is Pain and Suffering?

Pain and suffering is compensation for the physical pain and mental anguish you experience after being injured by another’s negligence. However, this type of compensation can only be obtained through a personal injury lawsuit and is often difficult to… Read More

Pre-Existing Injuries and Car Accidents

Although insurance companies may try to use pre-existing injuries as justification to deny claims, accident victims often have the right to pursue compensation against the at-fault party even if they had a pre-existing injury. The Phoenix auto accident… Read More

Checking the Status of Your Social Security Disability Claim

If you have been waiting months to hear back about your Social Security Disability claim, you may need to contact the Social Security Administration (SSA) to learn about your claim’s status. Although a representative from the SSA may be able to provide… Read More

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