How Long Will It Take to Settle My Injury Case?

The short answer is "it depends." Some accident claims may settle quickly and easily. If you suffered only damage to your car and you were not injured, the claim can probably be wrapped up in a few months. Overall, the length of time it takes to settle a personal injury…

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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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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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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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The Most Common Causes of Personal Injury

A personal injury can happen in countless ways. As a personal injury law firm, we see many different types of injuries, ranging from minor to catastrophic. Some injuries are painful but temporary, and some can leave permanent life-altering damage. The list of reasons is too long to list in full.…

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Pedestrian Fatalities Make Tucson a Federal Safety Focus City

In the past five years, 87 pedestrians in Tucson lost their lives on the streets of Tucson. The number of pedestrian accidents in Tucson is higher than the national average. Because of these factors, the federal highway administration has stepped in, categorizing Tucson as a "pedestrian safety focus city." The…

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