Should You File a Lawsuit?

Posted On September 30, 2019 I Arizona Laws,COVID-19 Resources

Filing a lawsuit is something the average person may not think about…until someone infringes on that person’s rights, resulting in serious harm. If someone else causes you or a loved one a significant personal injury or expensive property damage, a civil lawsuit in Arizona could be the solution to obtaining justice and financial recompense.

What to Do if You’re a Passenger in a Car Accident

Posted On September 23, 2019 I Car Accidents,Personal Injury

Being a passenger in a car accident can be confusing. You know you did not cause the crash, but you may not know who did – or who should pay for your damages. You might not have had any control during the crash, but as a victim, you have the power to seek compensation for your injuries and related expenses.

Arizona Top State in Red-Light Fatal Crashes

Posted On September 16, 2019 I Car Accidents,Personal Injury

Running a red light is an act of recklessness that can kill. When a driver fails to stop at a red light, he or she puts others’ lives in jeopardy. Many factors can make this traffic violation result in fatal accidents.

Road Safety During Monsoon Season

Posted On September 9, 2019 I Arizona News,Car Accidents,Personal Injury

Arizona’s annual monsoon season comes with a risk of high winds, rain and flash floods. Monsoon season can have dangerous and abrupt weather changes, such as lightning, thunder, hail, dust storms, extreme heat, thunderstorms and flooding. The season runs from June through September.

Difference Between Medical Malpractice and Negligence

Medical malpractice is a serious problem that plagues many of the world’s hospitals and health care centers. When a health care practitioner fails to fulfill the standards of care within the medical industry, patients can suffer life-changing injuries. Making careless mistakes, practicing under the influence, failing to communicate with others and many other errors could prevent a patient from receiving the medical care he or she needs to survive.