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The Benefits of Working with a Personal Injury Attorney

It is not uncommon for people to think that they can handle their personal injury claims on their own. While it is true that some cases involving minor accidents may not require a lot of professional assistance, for the most part, accident victims benefit a lot from having a legal team on their side. To…

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Arizona’s Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

All personal injury lawsuits in Arizona are subject to what is known as a statute of limitations, or a deadline by which claimants must file a legal action. To learn more about the statute of limitations in Arizona and how it could affect your own legal claim, reach out to our experienced Yuma personal injury…

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Your Guide to Negligent Security Claims in Arizona

Businesses and property owners in Arizona have a duty to keep their premises in reasonably safe and secure condition for invited guests. If an accident or injury occurs on the premises, they can be held legally responsible for their failure to do so. Notably, a business or property owner could potentially be held liable for…

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Filing Claims for Texting-Related Distracted Driving

Distracted Driving Car Accidents

Distracted driving is a dangerous practice that could potentially result in severe injuries or even death. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, distracted driving is any activity that diverts the driver’s attention from the main task of driving. Various acts fall under the category of distracted driving. However, texting is the most significant…

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Why You Should Never Use Your Phone While Driving

Age Group Causes Most Car Accidents

Distracted driving occurs when something pulls the driver’s attention away from what they are presumably supposed to be doing. Distraction can come from a conversation with a passenger, ogling some passerby, or fiddling with your cellphone. One of the most infamous sources of distraction for drivers is cell phones. The use of cell phones when…

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Comparative Negligence in Arizona

Claims for injuries often involve situations where the tortfeasor (person who causes the injury) is singularly at fault and is responsible for the full extent of the injured parson’s damages. However, situations also arise when multiple persons, including the injured party, are at fault. Does an injured person have a claim if he or she…

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