Personal Injury

Arizona Bicycle Laws

Getting into a bicycle accident could change your life. You may suffer severe injuries such as fractured bones or a traumatic brain injury. While you cannot control the drivers sharing Arizona’s roads with you, you can decrease your risk of getting into an accident by following the laws yourself. Learn Arizona’s bicycle laws to stay… read more

Rear-End Collisions

A rear-end collision occurs when one vehicle strikes the vehicle in front of it when both are traveling in the same direction. Rear-end collisions are common accidents in Arizona, especially on busy roads and congested highways with a lot of traffic. In fact, in 2018, they were Arizona’s most common type of collision. The state’s… read more

Fireworks Safety

Setting off fireworks is a common way to celebrate occasions such as Independence Day and New Year’s Eve. Many consumers do not realize, however, that fireworks are better left to the professionals. Although you can find consumer-rated fireworks for sale in Arizona, all fireworks can cause significant injury risks to the average user. From third-degree… read more

Holiday Safety Tips

You might be looking forward to putting up your Christmas tree and cooking your favorite holiday meals…but recognize the risks of these activities that lead to thousands of accidents and injuries each year. These and other popular holiday activities often put unknowing homeowners in danger. This winter holiday season, do not become an accident statistic…. read more

Personal Injury Cases and Social Media

Social media might seem like a casual place to post photos, comments, and keep up with friends and family, but if you get involved in a personal injury case, it could become a tool the defendant uses against you. Your social media profiles can give an account of your accident and injuries that contradicts what… read more

Whiplash Injury Compensation After a Car Accident

Whiplash is a common car accident injury that involves the neck. Whiplash can occur when the forces of an auto accident whip the head and neck rapidly back and forth, damaging or tearing the tendons or ligaments of the neck. When the head jerks forward and backward abruptly in a crash, the pressure it exerts… read more

Can You Sue in a No-Fault State?

Most states use fault laws to determine liability for car accidents. Fault car accident laws mean the party at fault, or responsible for causing the crash, will be financially responsible. Some states use no-fault laws. In a no-fault state, each victim will seek restitution from his or her insurance company, no matter who caused the… read more

Hitting a Pedestrian That Is Jaywalking

Every year, thousands of pedestrians suffer serious and debilitating injuries in traffic collisions. While negligent and distracted drivers cause many of these accidents, pedestrians can contribute by breaking roadway rules and incorrectly assuming they have the right-of-way. Jaywalking is a dangerous pedestrian practice that involves crossing the street where it may not be safe to… read more

How to Sue Public Transportation in Arizona

Using public transportation in Arizona comes with many benefits, including saving gas and helping the environment. It may not, however, be the safest mode of transportation if the vehicle and/or its driver is unreasonably dangerous. In 2017, 232 fatal traffic accidents involved buses in the U.S. Intercity buses accounted for 13% of all bus-related fatal… read more