Car Accidents Caused by Weather Conditions

Driver error is the number one cause of car accidents in Arizona. Not all car accidents, however, are caused by humans. Bad weather conditions also cause a number of car crashes in Arizona each year. If you were recently injured in a car accident caused by weather conditions, learn when you might be able to hold one or more parties financially responsible.

Arizona Lane Change Laws

Unsafe lane changes are one of the most common causes of auto accidents in Arizona. All drivers have a legal responsibility to change lanes in a manner that is reasonable, safe and in accordance with relevant state laws. Failure to do so, resulting in a car accident, is negligence.

Determining Negligence in Truck Accident Cases

Posted On February 22, 2021 I Car Accidents,Personal Injury,Truck Accidents

A truck accident is a risk that all drivers in Arizona face when they have to share the road with large commercial trucks. Despite federal regulations and other safety laws, truck drivers and truck companies make frequent mistakes that can have deadly consequences.

Truck Accidents Caused by Improperly Loaded Cargo

Posted On September 2, 2020 I Personal Injury,Truck Accidents

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 of up to 80,000 pounds and significant blind spots.

Changes to Truck Driver Regulations During COVID-19

Posted On May 18, 2020 I COVID-19 Resources,Truck Accidents

The COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic has led to unprecedented changes to many ways of life. One significant change has occurred in the commercial trucking industry. On March 13, 2020, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued its first-ever declaration of nationwide relief.

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