A DUI is no way to start a new year

Posted On December 29, 2014 I Drunk Driving Charges

Parties will soon be launched across Maricopa County to celebrate the end of one year and start of another. Of course, there are parties and celebrations on every night of the year, but New Year’s Eve might be the biggest of them all.

Phoenix woman accused of causing man’s death while drunk driving

Posted On December 24, 2014 I Felonies

Drunk driving can have extremely serious consequences for both victims and perpetrators. For victims, it can mean serious injuries and, in extremely tragic cases, death. For those accused of causing a drunk driving accident, the penalties for a DUI can include jail time, a license suspension, probation and community service.

Declining to speak until you have an attorney

Posted On December 19, 2014 I Felonies

When someone asks you a question, you are most likely to try to answer it. That’s human nature. But there are times when we should resist the urge to give people answers to questions.

An example of a time to decline to answer is when a Phoenix police officer has taken you into custody or placed you under arrest on suspicion of committing a felony.

A look at orthopedic surgeon and neurosurgeon medical malpractice

Posted On December 17, 2014 I Medical Malpractice

We recently read an article in a hospital industry publication that contained some interesting numbers about orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons. The facts in the piece were apparently culled from a RAND report released in 2013 on the U.S. medical malpractice system.

Though enjoyable, riding a motorcycle can be dangerous

Posted On December 12, 2014 I Motorcycle Accidents

For many who live in the state of Arizona, riding a motorcycle is the preferred method of transportation. While some ride for enjoyment, others use it to get from one place to another. Regardless of why someone is riding a motorcycle, the activity can be dangerous.

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