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Driver error is the number one cause of car accidents in Arizona. Not all car accidents, however, are caused by humans. Bad weather conditions also cause a number of car crashes in Arizona each year. If you were recently injured in a car accident caused by weather conditions, learn when you might be able to hold one or more parties financially responsible.
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.
Holding a commercial driver’s license (CDL) in Arizona is a big responsibility. CDL holders must obey stricter laws compared to other drivers, as they are in control of larger, heavier and more dangerous vehicles. A commercial driver could have his or her license disqualified in Arizona for violating any of these laws or regulations.
If you are convicted of a driving under the influence (DUI) offense or related violation in Arizona, you may be eligible for a special ignition interlock restricted driver license (SIIRDL). This is a driver’s license with specific restrictions given alongside an ignition interlock device.
Unsafe lane changes are one of the most common causes of auto accidents in Arizona. All drivers have a legal responsibility to change lanes in a manner that is reasonable, safe and in accordance with relevant state laws. Failure to do so, resulting in a car accident, is negligence.