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Dog Bite Injury Liability and Lawsuits in Arizona

Dogs are a central part of American culture, and estimates indicate that there are more than 75 million dogs living with people in the United States. Clearly, we love our dogs, which means that most people are likely to encounter them on a regular basis… Read More

When are Arizona Property Owners Liable for Injuries on Their Premises?

People enter the property of others for any number of reasons in Arizona, and most of the time, there are legal rights held by those who enter this property as well as legal duties owed by property owners to those visitors that attach. These legal rights… Read More

Fees and Payment Plans for Filing Arizona Bankruptcy

When people find themselves in serious financial trouble, many of them will hesitate to seek the help they need from experienced Arizona bankruptcy lawyers because they fear that they will not have the funds necessary to pay the legal fees. Simply put,… Read More

Wrongful Death Claims for Tragic Accidents in Arizona

When a family loses a loved one in a sudden accident, it always leads to terrible emotional fallout that can cloud anyone's judgment and stun anyone to the point of cognitive paralysis. Therefore, when this situation arises, it can be extremely difficult… Read More

Graco Stroller Recall Sparks Defective Product Lawsuits

People who have small children depend on several different products to help them serve as more effective parents. One such product that's seemingly almost required to care for infants and toddlers is a stroller, and Graco has long been one of the leaders… Read More

Charter Bus Accident Liability in Arizona

Arizona is home to many different attractions that bring people here to visit from all over the world every year. In addition, Arizona is home to a high number of retired people, and both of these groups tend to charter buses often to get to where they… Read More

Supplemental Security Income for Disabled Arizona Residents

Unfortunately, there are people who live in Arizona who simply cannot hold gainful employment because of some sort of serious disability, whether that disability is physical, mental or both. Rather than have those who cannot provide for themselves become… Read More

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Consumer Debt Protection in Arizona

Anyone who is at all familiar with life in general in Arizona understands that the economy here is suffering at historic levels. With the combination of factors that include a high unemployment rate and a real estate market in the throes of its own drastic… Read More

Should My Insurance Settlement Be Reviewed By a Lawyer?

Many times, when an Arizona car accident occurs, it leads to a legal situation that may or may not include the filing of an Arizona personal injury lawsuit. In situations where one driver was clearly at fault and where proceeding to a trial would only… Read More

Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations in Phoenix

When someone is injured in the course of receiving medical care, that person can suffer immensely and may not even survive the aftermath of such a mistake. When these situations arise, those who have been harmed or the surviving family members need to… Read More

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