Personal Injury Blog Posts

Is Your House a Safe Place for Children During the Holidays?

Part of the fun of the holiday season is decorating your home. However, these decorations could put your children at risk of injury. Small decorations could be choking hazards. Children could also burn themselves on candles or knock down unanchored objects… Read More

What if I’m bitten by a dog at a holiday party?

One of the best parts of Thanksgiving and the other Holidays at the end of the year is spending time with friends and family. However, the increase in houseguests can be overwhelming for the family dog, and he or she may become unusually aggressive and… Read More

Tips for Reducing Your Risk of Injury When Cooking the Thanksgiving Turkey

Turkey is the essential item on every family’s Thanksgiving menu. Unfortunately, cooking a turkey can lead to various injuries that could quickly end any Thanksgiving celebration. If you are planning to cook the turkey the traditional way, lifting it… Read More

Avoiding Slip and Fall Accidents While You are Doing Your Holiday Shopping

Planning to start your holiday shopping soon? You need to know there may be a greater risk of a slip and fall accident during this time of the year. Stores are much busier, and employees and property owners may fail to quickly clean up spills and other… Read More

How Insurance Companies Try to Mislead Accident Victims

Insurance companies often mislead accident victims about the value of their claim, the information victims need to provide and many other things. They are hoping to find some way to devalue your claim or simply deny it altogether. You should learn about… Read More

Practical Strategies to Stay Safe This Halloween

In recent years, Halloween has become an event for people of all ages, not just children who go out trick-or-treating. More and more adults are dressing up and heading out to bars, parties and other Halloween-themed events. An increasing number of people… Read More

California Law Tightening Rules for Use of Deadly Force By Police

On Monday, August 19th, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law one of the nation’s toughest standards for the use of deadly force by the police. Assembly Bill 392, a reform of the state’s existing use-of-force rules for law enforcement, will… Read More

E-Scooters, E-Bikes and Mopeds in Arizona – What You Should Know

You are probably familiar with the brightly-painted scooters and bikes that are becoming popular throughout the valley. Here is what you should know about how they work, how they are treated under the law and safety issues. If you suffered an injury… Read More

800 Men from Across the U.S. Say They Were Abused When They Were Boy Scouts

A group of attorneys has collected reports of 800 men across the nation who say they were abused while in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). One of the 800 filed a lawsuit on Monday, claiming he was molested dozens of times in the 1970s by an assistant… Read More

Evidence for a Loss of Consortium Claim

Personal injuries can have a wide-ranging impact on victims’ lives. Not only are your finances affected, your relationship with your spouse could be severely damaged. When this happens, you may be entitled to file a claim for loss of consortium. The… Read More

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