What to Do If You Witness a Car Accident

As a driver in Arizona, you might know you have an obligation to stop at the scene and render aid if you get into an auto accident. As a bystander not directly involved who witnessed the car accident, however, you do not have the same responsibility.

Do You Pay Taxes on Personal Injury Lawsuit Settlements?

Whenever an American citizen receives any kind of substantial windfall, there is an expectation for the U.S. government to come looking for its share through taxation laws. While some things like lottery winnings are absolutely subject to taxation, other types of monetary awards are not.

Motorcyle accident lawsuits in Arizona

Posted On January 24, 2017 I Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcyclists in Arizona and around the country may enjoy the freedom and sense of adventure that comes with traveling on two wheels, but they are also far more likely to be killed or injured in a crash than car, pickup truck or SUV drivers.

Creating safe roads for motorcycles

Posted On May 11, 2016 I Motorcycle Accidents,Personal Injury

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, and motorcyclists who are taking an Arizona road trip might like to learn more about staying safe while on the road. Other motorists also can educate themselves in order to reduce their risk of hitting motorcycles.

Motorcycle accident leaves Phoenix-area father of 4 hospitalized

Posted On June 8, 2015 I Motorcycle Accidents

He’s described by his family as a loving father and hard-working husband. He’s described by his doctors as a man who needs multiple surgeries to deal with a dozen fractures and spinal cord injury.

He arrived at an area hospital with no pulse after a motorcycle accident south of Phoenix at the intersection of 24th Street and Baseline Road.

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