Posts Tagged ‘Car Accidents’
Should You Call the Police after a Car Accident?
Car accidents are confusing events, and many people are so flustered that they don’t know what to do in the moments following one. Some people even forget to call the police to report an accident. That is a definite mistake. At Karnas Law Firm, we have helped hundreds of people seek compensation following a car…Read More
Serious Car Accidents are Rising in Arizona: What is Happening and What Can Be Done?
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…Read More
Brain Injury Complications
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…Read More
Long Term Effects of Car Accidents
Accidents involving cars can be traumatic. You will never be adequately prepared for the physical, mental, and financial consequences of a car accident. Recovery typically starts after a car accident in Arizona or California has been investigated, medical care obtained, police reports and other key data have been collected, evidence has been gathered, and liability…Read More
Careless Car Accidents
One of the leading causes of automobile accidents is careless driving. Whenever a driver fails to drive safely, other motorists and road users can suffer severe consequences. Suppose you or someone you know has sustained severe injuries in a car accident in Arizona or California resulting from another driver’s carelessness; you need justice. In that…Read More
Car Accidents and Chiropractic Care
Every year, over 6 million traffic accidents occur in the United States. From minor fender-benders to serious collisions, vehicle collisions leave victims in need of chiropractic treatment for various reasons. Many individuals are hurt, either permanently or temporarily, hence require safe and reliable pain relief. The period right after a car accident can be confusing…Read More
What Is the Difference Between Semi-Truck and Car Accidents?
According to recently released statistics, more than 30,000 people die each year as a result of car accidents. Of these, approximately 5,000 are involved in a semi-truck accident. If you were involved in a truck accident, look for an attorney with experience, knowledge, and success to ensure you receive compensation for your losses. Schedule an…Read More
Does Health Insurance Cover Injuries From Car Accidents?
A car collision is a nightmare for any driver. As a result of the property damage and physical discomfort, you will have to negotiate with car insurance companies. This encompasses both your own insurance as well as that of the other party involved. In Arizona, all drivers should bear liability insurance to cover medical bills…Read More
Distracted Driving Car Accidents
Driving a car requires a driver’s undivided attention. Even a quick look away from the road to check an email or pick up the phone can have disastrous consequences. Distracted driving car accidents caused well over 431,000 injuries and 3,000 fatalities last year, making it one of the most significant concerns for drivers around the…Read More
Emotional Effects of Car Accidents
Most people believe that trauma from car accidents is solely physical, but automobile collisions can also have profound emotional effects. Vehicle accidents are the most prevalent cause of mental distress for males and the second-most leading cause of trauma for females, according to the United States Department of Veteran Affairs (VA). Furthermore, these statistics illustrate…Read More
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