No Change in Arizona Insurance Minimum

In the most recent legislative session, state legislators tried to revise the outdated Arizona insurance minimum set in 1972. Current Arizona law requires motorists to purchase what is known as 15/30/10 coverage: $15,000 for injuries to any one person, $30,000 for all injuries from the same crash, and $10,000 in…

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Will Arizona Finally Raise Insurance Minimums?

In 1972 the classic movie "The Godfather" hit theaters, Don McLean sang about Buddy Holly in "American Pie" and Nixon was president. That same year, the Arizona legislature established our current insurance coverage minimums, and the minimums have never changed. The world has changed since 1972. There was an assumption that…

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How to Recover Lost Wages After A Car Accident

After an accident, you could be facing a multitude of challenges; injuries, vehicle damage and even lost wages due to your injuries. If you are not at fault, your car insurance company may reimburse you for lost work wages. Your eligibility depends on your car insurance and ability to file…

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How to Choose a Personal Injury Lawyer

A motor vehicle crash can be a minor incident or a life-changing, injury causing, event. You may have medical bills to pay, a damaged or wrecked car, you may miss work, and you may be in pain. Life is complicated enough without the stress and trouble of an accident. Now…

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Arizona Roads Earn a Dismal Grade

Arizona roads need improvement; a fact most of us already know. A new national report by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) says Arizona roads aren't making the grade. Arizona's roads earned a barely passing D+ from the ASCE. Our roadway system includes 60,000 miles of roadway, moving 6 million…

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Beware of the Underinsured and Uninsured Driver

When was the last time you reviewed your auto insurance coverage? An annual review of your car insurance policy can help determine if you have adequate coverage, which should include coverage for the underinsured and uninsured driver. Carinsurance.com estimates that more than 10% of all Arizona drivers are uninsured. You…

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