Top 3 Tips to Keep Kids Safe: Back-to-School and Crosswalk Safety

Posted On October 26, 2021 I Pedestrian Safety

Sending your child back to school after a summer or holiday break understandably comes with worry over their safety – especially if they walk or bike to school. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a pedestrian was killed in an accident every 85 minutes in 2019.

How Cyclists Can Get Compensation After Being Hit by a Car

Posted On October 26, 2021 I Car Accidents,Pedestrian Safety

Every year, careless and inattentive drivers cause serious injuries and deaths by striking cyclists. Injured bicyclists may be able to recover financial compensation for their medical bills and other losses in Arizona by filing insurance claims or injury lawsuits against the at-fault drivers.

How Much is a Wrongful Death Claim in Arizona Worth?

Posted On October 26, 2021 I Wrongful Death

It is impossible to put a price tag on someone’s life. Requiring the at-fault party to pay surviving family members for a tragic death, however, can bring some measure of closure and justice to loved ones. It is important to understand how much your wrongful death claim in Arizona is worth, as an insurance company may offer an inadequate amount.

Can a Pedestrian Recover Compensation if They Were Partially at Fault?

Posted On October 26, 2021 I Car Accidents

If you get into a pedestrian collision in Arizona, it can be difficult to determine fault. Although the pedestrian may be more severely injured than the driver, this does not automatically make the driver responsible for the crash. Instead, determining fault requires an in-depth investigation.

4 Elements to Prove Wrongful Death

Posted On October 26, 2021 I Wrongful Death

If you lose a loved one in an unexpected accident, you may have grounds to file a wrongful death lawsuit in Arizona. This type of lawsuit gives surviving family members a chance to obtain financial compensation as a form of justice against the person or party guilty of causing the death.

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