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What to Know About Accident Reconstruction in Personal Injury

Posted On September 20, 2023 I Personal Injury

When someone else’s actions cause you to suffer an injury with significant economic damages as well as pain and suffering, that person is responsible for reimbursing you for those damages. This is typically accomplished through a personal injury claim filed against the insurance company of the party at fault for the injury.

Loss of Enjoyment of Life in Personal Injury Claims

Posted On September 7, 2023 I Personal Injury

All unexpected injuries are painful and traumatic, and some require days, weeks, and even months of medical treatment, but when an injury is catastrophic and life-altering, the damages may go far beyond the economic damages and even the expected amount of pain and suffering.

What Are the Steps of an Arizona Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Posted On September 1, 2023 I Personal Injury

Experiencing a sudden injury is painful and traumatic, whether it occurs in a car accident, a slip-and-fall accident, a dog bite, or through a defective product or medical malpractice. When an injury was entirely preventable and only occurred due to someone else’s negligence, the pain and trauma are even more distressing, especially when the damages have a ripple effect throughout the victim’s life, family, and ability to earn a living.

How to Maximize Compensation in a Personal Injury Claim

Posted On August 9, 2023 I Personal Injury

Filing a personal injury claim in Arizona could result in financial compensation being awarded for various losses associated with your injury. Once you accept a settlement offered by an insurance company, however, you cannot reopen your case – even if you later discover that the offer was unfair.

Common Daycare Injuries

Posted On August 2, 2023 I Personal Injury

Daycare facilities are supposed to be safe, secure places for parents to bring their children when they have busy schedules. Parents should be able to trust daycare centers and staff members to take proper care of their children – with no serious injuries or harm befalling kids.

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