What is a Personal Injury Case Actually Worth?

Personal injury and a lawsuit often involve a fundamental primary question on every client’s mind: what will this case translate into in terms of damages if I win? While it would be nice if there was a reference table one could use to produce an answer quickly, the law does not work this way. Instead, […]

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Do I Need a Trial-Ready Personal Injury Lawyer to Represent My Accident Case

Negligence on the road, in the hospital, or in some other setting has caused you undue suffering. You believe that you can secure significant personal injury damages, but before you proceed with your case, you must select a trustworthy attorney. Personal injury law covers a lot of ground, but as you browse your options, you’ll […]

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What To Do If You Are Hit By A Vehicle While on Your Bike

Updated Article:  Original Publish Date June 19, 2012 October 1, 2016 brought another “breaking news” story of a fatal cyclist accident in Chandler. According to azcentral.com, a women died after being struck by a Toyota Scion at approximately 7:30am along with a second cyclist. It has become a “norm” to hear about bicycle – vehicle […]

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Steps Motorists Can Take to Avoid Hitting a Cyclist

Updated article: Original publish date 4/1/14 Drivers will see an increase of cyclist volume on the roads throughout the cooler months when bicycling to work becomes popular. Drivers can easily be distracted from a number of vises and at the same time are rarely looking for anything on the road other than another vehicle. It […]

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Bicycle Accident Victims Can Pursue Compensation If Injured by a Negligent Driver

Although there are comprehensive traffic laws designed to protect riders on the road, the hard reality is that some drivers do not abide by these rules. It may be a brief lapse of judgment, or the driver may have a history of negligent behavior. Whatever the circumstances, sometimes when a driver exercises poor decision making, […]

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Common Back Injuries that Lead to Lawsuits

Original publish date: September 19, 2014 (Updated) The Gutierrez family filed a lawsuit and, as of September 2013, saw that lawsuit come to resolution to the tune of a $2.25 million dollar settlement. A car accident is just one common way that people sustain back injuries. And while Gutierrez needed three surgeries within a week […]

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10 Bicycle Safety Tips for Commuting to Work

Read the full report at The League of American Bicyclists Here is a full report that determined the ranking factor for Arizona: The U.S. Census Bureau actually studies our commuting habits each year providing helping statistics into infrastructure improvements. Many areas throughout Arizona are so spread out that bicycle commuting remains very difficult, if not nearly […]

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A Personal Injury Lawyer Can Be Your Best Friend In Court

Life is often hectic. It is full of responsibilities and things to remember. Often, those around you struggle and you are asked to pick up the pieces — or at the very least referee while others pick the pieces up for themselves. The biggest successes in life happen when we work together. Each of us […]

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What To Do If A Loved One Was The Victim Of A Fatal Bicycle Accident

An Unexpected Accident arly one morning just last summer, a married couple, who were champion tandem bicyclists and owners of a bike shop, were struck by a speeding vehicle while they were biking near Lake Havasu City. The wife was killed instantly. The husband was seriously injured and despite the best efforts of his doctors, he […]

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How Often are Helmets Used & Do They Help in Bicycle Accidents

How Much Can Helmets Help? However, bicycles are used more frequently by children than adults. This makes sense, since it is the only vehicle that they can legally drive. It is estimated that wearing a helmet could reduce childhood fatalities from bicycle accidents by 75%. If everyone between 4-15 always wore a helmet approximately 150 lives […]

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