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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.
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.
Driving under the influence (DUI) is a crime in all 50 states. Arizona, however, penalizes DUI crimes more harshly than most states. If you are convicted of driving under the influence or driving impaired while traveling through Arizona, it is important to understand your rights.
If you were recently involved in an accident such as a car crash or slip and fall as someone with a pre-existing condition, this can make it more difficult to collect financial damages from the at-fault party. The other driver’s insurance company may try to use your pre-existing injury against you to diminish or deny benefits.