Personal Injury Blog Posts

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

Summer Safety: Surviving the Heat

Hot Car Deaths A record 52 children died in hot cars in 2018 — the worst record in two decades. It takes minutes to put a child’s life in danger by leaving them behind in a hot car. Do not be fooled by your temperature gauge either. A 70-degree day could… Read More

Why Keeping a Journal is Essential in a Personal Injury Claim

After an accident, a personal injury journal can become a key piece of evidence that helps your attorney pursue maximum compensation for your medical bills and lost wages, but most importantly your pain and suffering. Your journal should include the right… Read More

Catastrophic Injuries Reported As Trampoline Parks Grow in Popularity

Trampoline parks have grown in popularity across the U.S. and are part of a billion-dollar industry. However, the industry remains largely self-regulated with no federal oversight. Because of this, parks are less restricted to follow strict safety rules,… Read More

Most Dangerous Roads in Phoenix for Pedestrian Accidents

The Arizona Department of Transportation has released its latest Pedestrian Action Safety Plan, which compiles statistics about pedestrian accidents that occur in the state. It reports that a higher number of pedestrians are killed in motor vehicle crashes… Read More

Arizona Among the Deadliest States for Pedestrians

Pedestrians do not have the same protection as those in a motor vehicle when involved in an accident. Vehicle versus pedestrian collisions often result in severe or deadly injuries for the pedestrian. According to a new report released by the Governors… Read More

Can I Still File a Lawsuit After Accepting a Settlement?

The majority of personal injury claims end in a settlement in which the insurance company enters into an agreement with you for the injuries you have suffered. The amount of compensation you receive is usually limited to the settlement amount, even if… Read More

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