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Commercial Parking Lots and Premises Liability

Anyone who spends time in a large city likely needs to park their vehicle in a public parking lot from time to time. While these parking lots offer convenience for what is usually an affordable price, there are legal duties that attach to this situation… Read More

Private Pool Drowning and Premises Liability

Arizona is hot in the summer. Everyone understands that this is the reality of the climate in which we live, and as a result swimming pools dot the landscape in both suburban and urban areas. While swimming pools offer immediate relief from intense heat,… Read More

Failure to Supervise Children in Daycare

The reality of modern American culture is that many homes have one parent living there and others with two parents require both of them to work in order to meet their monthly obligations. As a result, the need for daycare for children is enormous. While… Read More

Bus Accident Liability - Who Pays the Medical Bills?

People use buses for transportation with increasing frequency, and there are many different types of buses that residents of Arizona use regularly. School buses take children to and from school every day, city buses provide an option for an easier commute… Read More

Toyota Wants Claims Consolidated

When a company faces a litany of legal claims against it, it's common for the defendant to look for ways to make their problem simpler. One of those common strategies is to ask the court to consolidate claims into one central action. This strategy clearly… Read More

Life Changing Catastrophic Injuries and Ongoing Medical Bills

Certain personal injury cases involve harm that's so severe for the victim of negligence, recklessness or even intentional conduct that the person who has been injured faces a lifetime of change and struggle. While these sorts of results can arise in… Read More

Dog Bite Liability and Lawsuit Compensation

There are approximately 75 million dogs kept as pets in the United States, and while the majority of them are reasonably trained and not a threat to other people, the unfortunate fact is that millions of dog bite injuries occur every year in the country… Read More

Dog Bites, Breed Statistics and Safety Precautions

Americans love dogs. While that's generally seen as a positive, there are negative aspects to this cultural reality. There are approximately 75 million 'family' dogs living with humans in the United States, and while the vast majority of them are safe,… Read More

Financial Abuse and Nursing Home Facilities

As the American population gets older in general, more and more people will need the help of assisted living facilities or nursing homes to make sure that they are properly cared for as they enter their golden years. Unfortunately, the reality of this… Read More

Slip and Fall Accidents and Determining Liability

Slip and fall accidents tend to be dismissed by many as a simple case of someone 'slipping on a banana peel' in an aisle at the grocery store. In reality, slip and fall cases can and do involve serious injuries and even fatalities. When these situations… Read More

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