Phoenix Criminal Law and Personal Injury Blog

Driving Restrictions After a DUI in Arizona

The State of Arizona penalizes crimes involving driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while impaired (DWI) harshly. A DUI conviction can come with a sentence that significantly impacts your life, from forcing you to pay expensive fines to restricting your driving privileges. If you’ve recently been charged with a DUI in Arizona, find out… read more

Injury Claim for Concussion and Post-Concussion Syndrome

A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury, or TBI. A TBI stems from a traumatic impact to the head or skull that damages the brain. A concussion is the most common type of TBI. It can result in a wide range of symptoms. Post-concussion syndrome is a separate condition that refers to persistent… read more

How to Get a Suspended License Reinstated in Arizona

Having your driver’s license suspended can be a major inconvenience. You may not be able to drive to and from work, for instance, possibly putting your job at risk. It is also a significant loss of freedom and independence. In Arizona, you can reinstate a suspended driver’s license once you fulfill the requirements of the… read more

What if I Have an Accident in My Rental Car?

If you get into a car accident in your own vehicle, you understand your car insurance policy and whether or not your insurer will pay for your losses. If you get into a car accident in a rented car, however, the claims process can be more confusing. What to Do If You Crash a Rented… read more

Benefits of Hiring a Car Accident Attorney in Arizona

A car accident can happen when and where you least expect it. Motor vehicle collisions are often severely damaging, leaving victims with debilitating injuries and expensive property damage. Unfortunately, insurance companies take advantage of the vulnerable positions their clients are in to minimize the victim’s payout. To protect your rights and enjoy many other benefits… read more

Does an Expired Driver’s License Affect My Claim?

Driving with an expired driver’s license is a common mistake in Arizona. As a driver, you may not think an expired license is big deal, or you may not realize your driver’s license is past its expiration date. Driver’s licenses in Arizona don’t expire until the driver is 65 years old. If you get into… read more

Appeals Process in Arizona

If you believe there has been a mistake during the court process that led to a judgment you do not agree with as a criminal defendant in Arizona, your criminal defense attorney can help you file an appeal. An appeal has the power to reverse the trial court’s decision or grant you a new trial…. read more