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If you get injured in an auto accident in Arizona, you may hear two different terms during your injury claim: negligence and recklessness. These two terms have different definitions on a legal level. They also come with different ramifications for the at-fault driver.
Damages is a legal term for the financial compensation that may be available to an injured victim during a personal injury claim in Arizona. Someone who has been injured because of another person’s carelessness, recklessness or intent to harm may be entitled to financial damages to make the victim whole again.
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.
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.
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 suspension.