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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Was Roadway Defect A Factor in Your Car Crash?

Motor vehicle crashes claimed the lives of an estimated 40,000 people in 2016, an increase of six percent over 2015, according to the National Safety Council. One principal cause of car crashes can be a roadway defect. What are some common road defects? -Defective road construction -Faulty road design -Wrong…

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Smile For the School Bus Cameras

Summer is over, and kids are back in school. School buses pick up and drop off children, with flashing red lights and an extended stop sign on the left. Unfortunately, not everyone stops for school buses, as required by law. Across the U.S. some school districts are mounting cameras on…

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What You Need to Know About Motorcycle Accidents

Arizona has a high number of motorcycle riders, who can usually ride in generally good weather. Motorcycle registrations in Arizona have risen nearly 25% since 2011, putting more cyclists on the road than ever. Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents are also on the rise. Increase in Tucson Motorcycle Fatalities Tucson police have…

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How to Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

Identity theft occurs when someone acquires your personal information such as credit card data or social security number. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) estimates that 9 million Americans are victims of identity theft yearly. It can seriously impact your credit and take months or even years to resolve fully. There…

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