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June 2020

Posted On 06/30/20

Damages for Pain and Suffering in Truck Accident Cases

A commercial truck accident can cause life-changing personal injuries for victims. Common truck accident injuries include brain damage, paralysis and amputations. The intangible losses a victim can suffer in a truck accident, such as physical pain, emotional suffering and mental anguish, can be immense. As a truck accident survivor or loved one, a claim in Arizona could pay you for your pain and suffering as well as other damages. How Much Do Insurance Companies Pay for Pain and Suffering? The amount an insurance company might pay in a pain and suffering award will depend on the situation, the opinion of the claims adjuster and the limits of the policy in...

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Posted On 06/29/20

What Is Considered Property Damage in a Car Accident?

Auto accident claims generally involve two main types of damages: medical bills and property repairs. When a car accident damages property, such as vehicles and their contents, owners have the right to pursue compensation for repairs or replacements from at-fault parties in Arizona. Knowing how to seek fair compensation for your property damages after a car accident can help you get the most out of your claim. What Compensation Can You Get for Your Auto Property Damage Claim? An auto property damage claim seeks compensation for a damaged vehicle. It focuses on the dents, scratches and other damage a car incurred in the collision, as well as how much it...

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Posted On 06/26/20

What Is Buzzed Driving?

Alcohol and driving do not mix. All 50 states have laws prohibiting drivers from operating motor vehicles while drunk – a reckless act that costs thousands of people their lives in the US. Crash estimates from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration state that at least 30 people in the country die per day in drunk driving accidents. Buzzed driving is equally as dangerous as drunk driving. It could also meet the definition of an illegal act in Arizona. What Is Considered Buzzed Driving? Buzzed is a common slang word used for someone who has been drinking alcohol but who is not drunk. Someone who is buzzed will feel the...

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Posted On 06/24/20

May Product Recalls 2020

Manufacturers and distributors are not always as careful as they should be in designing and producing consumer products. This leads to products with dangerous and often harmful defects. The Consumer Product Safety Commission keeps up with the latest known defective products to enhance buyer safety. It tracks product recalls announced by companies and federal safety organizations. Check the latest product recalls for May 2020 to find out if you have a dangerous item in your home. Essential Oils – Child Poisoning Hazard Several new essential oils made the May recall list due to a shared defect: caps that do not meet the federal child-resistant packaging requirement. These products contain chemicals...

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Posted On 06/22/20

What Is a No-Contact Motorcycle Accident?

A negligent or reckless driver in Arizona could cause a motorcycle accident without ever coming in contact with the motorcycle. A no-contact crash describes an accident in which a driver’s dangerous behaviors on the road force a motorcyclist to react and crash without the two vehicles touching. While it is not a collision between two vehicles, a no-contact motorcycle accident still involves two parties: the injured motorcyclist and the at-fault motorist. Obtaining compensation for a no-contact motorcycle accident can be difficult depending on the circumstances. Common Causes of No-Contact Motorcycle Accidents Determining the cause of your motorcycle accident is one of the first steps toward recovery in a fault-based state...

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Posted On 06/19/20

Center Turn Lane Laws Arizona

Turning left is one of the most dangerous maneuvers on the road. Confusion as to rights-of-way, lack of turn signals, and distracted or negligent drivers can all cause accidents while making left turns in Phoenix. Center turn lanes, or two-way left-turn lanes, can complicate things further. Many drivers misuse center turn lanes or break roadway laws from this lane, leading to serious vehicle collisions. What Is the Law for Two-Way Left-Turn Lanes in Arizona? The first step in preventing accidents while making left turns is learning the rules for how turn lanes should work in Arizona. Breaking roadway rules is a main cause of car accidents in Phoenix. Learning who...

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