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Car Accident Claims: What to Know About Pedestrian Collisions and Crosswalks in Arizona

By Karnas Law Firm | Mar 20, 2023

Pedestrian safety is a critical concern in Arizona. Unfortunately, we are a state that consistently ranks among the top ten in the nation for pedestrian fatalities. With most using crosswalks—either marked or unmarked—to navigate busy roads, it is essential to understand the laws and regulations governing pedestrian crossings. Additionally, pedestrians should understand the rules when…

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Serious Car Accidents are Rising in Arizona: What is Happening and What Can Be Done?

By Karnas Law Firm | Mar 17, 2023

Motor vehicle accidents have long been a leading cause of accidental injuries and accidental fatalities in Arizona and throughout the country. For several decades, our roadways were gradually becoming safer. However, since 2020, there has been an alarming turn in the other direction. Bad car crashes are on the rise. In this blog post, our…

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What Drugs Do Truckers Use Most Commonly?

By Karnas Law Firm | Mar 10, 2023

Truck drivers have difficult jobs. Often away from their families for months at a time, they can become lonely out on the road with no one to talk to for days. Unsurprisingly, many truckers turn to drugs or alcohol to help them get through their shifts. Unfortunately, chemical substances can impair a trucker’s ability to…

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Dangerous Products around Your Home

By Karnas Law Firm | Mar 7, 2023

Few people realize how many injuries happen at home. Furniture, toys, and appliances can fail to work as expected, and injured family members can end up in the back of an ambulance headed to the emergency room. Each year, thousands of people suffer serious, life-altering injuries due to defective products. At Karnas Law Firm, PLLC,…

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Hotel & Motel Accidents

By Karnas Law Firm | Feb 16, 2023

Hotels and motels promise a comfortable night’s stay at an affordable price. Unfortunately, many people end up injured, and they spend the night unexpectedly in the hospital. Whether you were staying at a national chain hotel or an independent motel, you can suffer serious accidents due to defective products and poor maintenance. Please contact Karnas…

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Why Out of State Visitors Should Hire a Local Personal Injury Attorney

By Karnas Law Firm | Feb 9, 2023

Arizona draws more than 30 million visitors each year, with Phoenix pulling in about 19 million of them. Our state is a draw for those people seeking warm weather in the winter, as well as business travelers arriving for a convention or meeting. While here, some of them will get hurt in accidents. If you…

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Sources of Trucker Distraction

By Karnas Law Firm | Feb 2, 2023

Truck driving is a difficult profession, with long hours and extended periods away from family and friends. Truckers face another risk—distractions. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), 80% of crashes are caused by a distraction in the 3 second window before a collision. Some of these distractions are outside the cab, but…

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Brain Injury Complications

By Karnas Law Firm | Jan 31, 2023

The brain is involved with almost everything a person does, so any injury can have dramatic effects. At Karnas Law Firm, PLLC, we represent people who suffer brain injuries in accidents. They face a challenging road to recovery and often require expensive medical care. Read on to better understand many of the challenges you or…

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Can You Receive Compensation from a Drunk Driving Accident?

By Karnas Law Firm | Jan 20, 2023

Each year, drunk drivers cause over 5,000 accidents on Arizona roads. As everyone should know, alcohol impairs a driver’s performance. Motorists cannot process information quickly, have delayed reflexes, and make poor decisions behind the wheel. The innocent people they hurt often end up in the back of the ambulance with serious injuries because these collisions…

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