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August 2019 Archives

Improper maintenance can cause serious car accidents

We spend a lot of time on this blog talking about motorists whose actions cause otherwise preventable motor vehicle accidents. Oftentimes these drivers act negligently by driving while distracted, drunk, or tired, or by failing to obey traffic laws. However, negligence can go further than a driver's actions. In fact, inactions on the part of a motorist can lead to a serious car accident that results in significant harm to innocent individuals.

Car accidents and the cost of a broken arm

The worst car accident injuries are those that leave victims with permanent disabilities, disfigurement or that end up causing fatalities. Although these individuals or their families face enormous losses that typically can only be recovered through a personal injury lawsuit, even comparatively minor injuries can result in serious physical, emotional and financial harm. Therefore, those Arizonans who are injured in a car accident caused by the negligence of another need to carefully consider whether they want to pursue legal action in hopes of recovering damages.

Phoenix sees rash of wrong-way drivers

When we talk about car accidents on this blog, it may be easy to think that these severe wrecks are few and far between. However, the truth of the matter is that negligent drivers abound, presenting themselves on nearly every street in our city. This means that on any given day, you could be placed at risk and, in the blink of an eye, be seriously injured in a car accident.

Arizona ranks fifth on list of highest dog bite claim payouts

Animal bites occur much more frequently than most people know. Most individuals think that news reports detailing gruesome attacks are few and far between. But the fact is that there are a significant number of animal attacks that go unreported in the media. In fact, 2018 saw more than 17,000 claims based on dog bites alone, resulting in a total of $673 million in damages.

Car accidents and broken legs

Arizonans who are injured in a car accident can suffer extensive harm. Sure, some car accident victims are fortunate enough to escape a wreck with mere bumps, bruises or minor cuts, but others suffer injuries that can wreak havoc on their lives. Brain and spinal cord injuries are the most obvious of these injuries, as they can result in permanent disability and the need for long-term care.

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