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What if I Am Hit by a Rental Car?

Every year, millions of people visit Arizona, especially Phoenix, Tucson, and Yuma. Because Arizona does not have the greatest public transportation, many visitors will rent a car as their primary method of transportation while here. What happens if a person driving a rental car strikes you? Is it possible to receive compensation, or must you…

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Surprising Pieces of Evidence in Car Accident Cases

The central focus of car accident cases is fault. The driver who is at fault for a crash must pay compensation to those injured in the wreck. Unsurprisingly, fault is often in dispute following a crash. In fact, disputes around fault are the primary reason that car accident cases cannot settle. You point the finger…

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Recovering from a Low-Speed Car Accident

Often, when people think of a car accident, they imagine a high-speed collision, with catastrophic impact. While this does describe a lot of crashes, far more qualify as low-speed, low-impact collisions. Just because they occur at low speeds does not, however, mean that these kinds of crashes should be taken lightly, as they can still…

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Car Accident Injury and Fatality Statistics

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Car accidents make up a significant portion of personal injury claims around the world. In the United States, recent statistics revealed that nearly 38,000 individuals are killed in car accidents annually.  Although some occurrences are weather-related, the majority are caused by the negligence of one or both drivers. These shocking statistics emphasize how essential it…

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What are the Symptoms of a Delayed Car Accident Injury?

After experiencing a fender-bender or other vehicle accident, most individuals don’t have visible injuries. In fact, they may get out of the car and feel totally fine. However, the reality is that many people don’t immediately feel symptoms from injuries sustained during an accident. Known as delayed car accident injuries, it can take anywhere from…

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