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Finding the Best Pedestrian Accident Lawyer

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one pedestrian dies every 75 minutes in an accident involving a motor vehicle. Arizona has over 1,700 pedestrian-involved crashes per year. If you are the victim of such an incident, you need to find the best pedestrian accident lawyer to ensure you receive the...
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Can Motorcycles Drive on the Shoulder in Arizona?

If you drive a motorcycle in Arizona, you may be asking yourself: Can motorcycles drive on the shoulder? This question may be especially relevant if you’re driving in a high-traffic area or during an emergency. Here’s an overview of what you need to know regarding whether or not it is legal for motorcycles to...
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Understanding What Evidence Is Needed To Convict a Hit and Run in AZ

According to a report from the Arizona Department of Transportation, the state experienced over 16,000 hit-and-run accidents in 2021, resulting in almost 4,000 injuries and 90 fatalities. The statistic is infuriating and terrifying, especially for pedestrians and cyclists, the two most likely victims of this type of accident. Faced with these numbers, Arizonians are...
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How Much to Expect From a Car Accident Settlement in California

If you’re the victim of a car accident in California, how much can you expect to be compensated in a settlement? Multiple factors influence settlement amounts in California, so there is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. To help you gain a better understanding of how much to expect from a car accident settlement...
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How do lawyers get paid for services rendered?

How Will Your Lawyer Get Paid for Services Rendered?

If you have received injuries in an accident, you may be thinking about filing a lawsuit. You probably have questions about how lawyers get paid and whether you will be able to afford to hire an attorney. How Do Lawyers Get Paid, and How Much Do They Make? In the U.S., the median yearly...
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How to tell who sideswiped who after an accident.

How To Tell Who Sideswiped Who After an Accident

Sideswipe accidents occur when a vehicle contacts the side of another vehicle, and it can be difficult how to tell who sideswiped who in some situations. Although sideswipes that occur at slower speeds generally only result in minor property damage, accidents that happen at high speeds can result in serious injuries, and fatalities occur...
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Is brake checking illegal?

Is Brake Checking Illegal in Arizona?

You’ve likely seen drivers tap or even slam on their brakes to express frustration to a vehicle behind them. These individuals may even operate under the assumption that a rear-end collision is always legally the fault of the rear driver. However, that raises the question: Is brake checking illegal, and who is liable for...
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What is a fixed object accident?

What Is a Fixed Object Accident?

Not all car accidents occur between two or more vehicles. In fact, a fixed object accident is the second most common type of fatal crash, causing 17% of collision-related deaths in Arizona.  What Is a Fixed Object Accident? These accidents generally involve a single vehicle hitting a stationary object. Common objects hit include: Trees...
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can a pedestrian be at fault

Can a Pedestrian Be At Fault for an Accident in Arizona?

If a vehicle hits you while you are in or near a road or parking lot, you understandably expect to receive suitable compensation for your damages. If the other party claims they are not the one responsible for the accident, however, it can raise questions as to whether a pedestrian can be at fault...
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what is a letter of protection

What Is a Letter of Protection, and When Do You Need One for a Personal Injury Claim?

At our firm, we find that reaching a fair personal injury payout may take several months of negotiations or even a few years. Since your wounds likely need immediate treatment, what is a letter of protection able to do for you in this situation? Learn how this document works in Arizona and how you...
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