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Who Can Sue For Wrongful Death in Tucson, AZ?

By Karnas Law Firm | Jan 6, 2020

Wrongful death claims are made against a person who can be held liable for the death of another. A wrongful death constitutes that a fatality must be caused by some form of negligence. Examples of negligence are an auto collision caused by another driver or medical malpractice.  How Does a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Work? Wrongful…

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Underage Drunk Driving in Tucson, AZ

By Karnas Law Firm | Dec 23, 2019

Underage drinking is a major concern in the United States. Underage drinking is not only illegal, it’s also a major safety concern. In the United States, one out of three fatal car accidents is caused by a drunk driver between the age of 16-20.  Underage drunk driving has become an increasingly serious safety concern because…

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Staying Informed About Handling Medical Treatment After a Collision in Tucson, AZ

By Karnas Law Firm | Dec 9, 2019

We here at Karnas Law Firm want our clients to be well informed on how to handle medical treatment following a collision. Being informed allows you to save time and money.  How Does Arizona Law Deal with a Patient’s Injury Case? Arizona law allows health care providers to place a lien on a patient’s injury…

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Concussions are a serious injury in a collision. Most go undiagnosed

By Karnas Law Firm | Nov 4, 2019

Concussions are a common injury in a motor vehicle collision, but most cases go untreated. Even in a minor motor vehicle crash, a concussion may occur. This is why it’s important to seek immediate medical attention in any type of motor vehicle collision. What Are The Causes of a Concussion? A concussion is caused by…

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Tucson, AZ GAP (Guaranteed Auto Protection) is a GAP (Great Auto Purchase)

By Karnas Law Firm | Oct 30, 2019

 Guaranteed Auto Protection (GAP) coverage is an insurance policy premium for newly purchased cars. It covers the deficit between the actual value and the value owed on your vehicle in the event of a total loss in an accident. This premium can save you from making car payments for a totaled vehicle you are no…

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One in Seven Americans Drive Illegally! Is Liability Insurance really helping you in Tucson, AZ?

By Karnas Law Firm | Oct 30, 2019

One in 7 Americans (about 15%) does not have Auto Insurance, according to the Insurance Research Council. Almost all basic insurance packages will not cover a crash with these illegal drivers. This leaves the policyholder to pay for the full cost of a crash, regardless of who is at fault. Here at Karnas Law Firm,…

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Tucson, Arizona Medical Payments Insurance Coverage

By Karnas Law Firm | Oct 22, 2019

Many people in an accident are worried about medical expenses. Medical Payment (MedPay) insurance coverage is here to alleviate this anxiety.  Rather than coming out of pocket, MedPay insurance coverage can cover procedures not covered by basic auto or health insurance. Here’s why you should carry MedPay as part of your auto insurance. What Does…

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Why Should You Carry Underinsured Motorist Coverage (UIM) in Tucson, AZ?

By Karnas Law Firm | Oct 1, 2019

Here at Karnas Law Firm, we find underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage is extremely beneficial to all drivers. This prevents accident victims from digging out of their own pocket for expenses caused by another driver when they do not have enough insurance to cover their injuries. What Is Underinsured Motorist Coverage? UIM coverage includes bodily injury…

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Major Insurance Law Change in Tucson, AZ Coming in 2020!

By Karnas Law Firm | Sep 24, 2019

Here at Karnas Law Firm, we are welcoming the news that the minimum limits of Arizona liability coverage to protect accident victims is increasing. We are counting down the days to July 1, 2020. An updated 25/50/15 model is to replace the old minimum policy of 15/30/10.  On June 14, Governor Doug Ducey signed into…

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