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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.
Most personal injury cases center on the legal theory of negligence. To obtain a settlement or verdict for your damages, you or your attorney will have to prove someone else’s negligence caused the injury. You will also have to navigate Arizona’s comparative negligence rule, which could place some of the blame for the accident on you.
In Arizona, texting and driving is illegal. The use of any hand-held device while behind the wheel can lead to a fine, unless the device was being used as a GPS system.
Texting and driving is one of the most hazardous behaviors a driver can perform in a vehicle.
Although it’s too late for Proposition 205, or the Arizona Marijuana Legalization Initiative, to make it onto the November 6, 2018 ballot, that doesn’t mean the end of the recreational legalization effort. It only means people in support of the measure will have to try again during the next election session.
Employers, weapons dealers, the Department of Motor Vehicles, financial lenders, landlords, and individuals may request and conduct background checks before making decisions in Arizona.