Personal Injury

What Are the Top Reasons for Insurance Claim Denials?

As the victim of a bad car accident, the best way to move forward is with financial relief from an insurance claim. Unfortunately, auto insurance companies in Arizona do not make it easy to obtain fair and full compensation. To save their investors money, insurers often use tactics such as denying valid claims. Learning the… read more

What Records Should You Gather After a Car Accident?

Recovering financial compensation for a car accident in Arizona takes proper documentation of the crash. An insurance company will want to see facts and information about the car accident, such as police reports and photographs. In the confusing aftermath of a car accident, it is important to try to gather records that are relevant to… read more

How Is Fault Assigned in Car Accident Cases?

Car accidents are one of Arizona’s most common causes of injuries and deaths annually. In 2019 alone, the Arizona Department of Transportation reported 982 traffic accident deaths and 53,809 injuries in the state. If you get injured in a car accident in Arizona, you may wonder who will be responsible for paying for your damages…. read more

Filing an Injury Claim During the Pandemic

Personal injuries never come at a convenient time. They happen even during a global pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes to daily life and the infrastructure of cities such as Glendale. One change is in how the court system operates for personal injury claims. While you can still file an injury claim during… read more

Truck Accidents Caused by Improperly Loaded Cargo

One of the most common fatal traffic accident types in the US is a collision with a commercial truck. In 2017, 4,657 fatal collisions involved large trucks, according to crash data from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Big rigs pose many safety threats to smaller passenger vehicles and their occupants, such as weights… read more

Safety Tips for Runners, Walkers and Joggers

Pedestrians are Arizona’s most vulnerable road users. They have the most to lose in traffic accidents. In 2019, the Arizona Department of Transportation reported 1,842 pedestrian collisions throughout the state. Pedestrian accidents in Arizona caused 1,697 injuries (including 356 serious injuries) and 220 deaths. If you are someone who often runs, walks or jogs in… read more

Dangerous Road Conditions for Motorcyclists

The average motorcycle weighs about 400 pounds – significantly lighter than the typical 3,000- to 4,000-pound motor vehicle. The lighter weight and smaller size of a motorcycle make it more vulnerable to dangerous road conditions. While a standard passenger vehicle may be able to go over a pothole easily, for example, the same pothole could… read more

Water Safety for Kids

Swimming, floating, boating and other water activities are fun for children in Arizona, especially during the state’s sweltering summers. It is imperative, however, for parents to supervise children during water activities and follow other safety rules. Accidental drowning is a highly prominent cause of child hospitalizations and deaths in Arizona. Drowning Statistics in Arizona Bodies… read more