New Arizona Laws for 2018

The Arizona Legislature has adjourned for the summer, but several new laws will go into effect soon, most on August 3rd. Here's a sampling of some of the new laws: Kid's Play: Recess for students mandated Senate Bill 1083 requires Arizona schools provide at least two recess periods per day…

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Arizona’s Outdated Insurance Minimums

Every state has different car insurance minimums. Before you can register a vehicle in Arizona, you must show proof of financial responsibility, also known as auto insurance. In Arizona, you must maintain two types of coverage: "Bodily injury" (which pays for bodily injury to others for which you become legally…

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State Senator Survives I-40 Crash

Arizona Senator Steve Smith and a campaign staffer walked away from a violent I-40 crash Sunday after a campaign appearance at a parade on the Navajo Nation. Smith, who is running for a seat in Congress, told The Arizona Republic he was riding shotgun in an SUV driven by campaign…

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Majority of Car Crashes Caused by Distracted Driving

Shocking new data shows that distracted driving has become a public health issue. A new study by Cambridge Mobile Telematics (CMT) reveals a disturbing discovery in recent car crashes - over 50% resulted from distracted driving. CMT investigated the issue by examining phone logs from drivers in hundreds of thousands…

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Are Personal Injury Consultations Really Free?

The simple answer is yes, most personal injury consultations are free. If you've been injured in a car accident, you may be hurt, maybe seriously. You've missed work due to your injuries, and you have mounting medical bills. Perhaps you have never been in an accident before, and you're not…

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Arizona Legislature Disappoints on Distracted Driving Ban

The Arizona legislature is taking a baby step towards banning texting and driving. Senate Bill 1080 would forbid teen drivers from using a cellphone or other "communications device" for the first six months that they have their license. If this bill passes the Legislature, it will take effect in 2018.…

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