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Family Law

Do You Legally Have to Yield To A Funeral Procession?

Why not really a question related to personal injury, DUI or construction, someone recently texted me asking me this question.  While not only considerate, the answer is yes.  Arizona law requires pedestrians and vehicles alike (except for emergency vehicles) to yield the right of way to a funeral procession led by an escort or a…

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Product Liability

Personal Injury Attorneys aren’t just car crashes… Have you ever been injured as a result of a bad product? Check out this informative article: http://injury.findlaw.com/product-liability/what-is-product-liability.html

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Importance of Your Attorney's Fees Clause In Your Contract

[tm_pb_section admin_label=”section”][tm_pb_row admin_label=”row”][tm_pb_column type=”1_2″][tm_pb_text admin_label=”Text” text_orientation=”left” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#ffffff” border_style=”solid”]     Whether you are a contractor, wedding planner or sell widgets, when drafting your contract you should always make sure you include an attorney’s fees provision.  When drafting the fee provision it is good practice to define who is the prevailing party entitled to recover…

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Traumatic Brain Injury

At traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a very serious issue that can result in long-term disability.  In fact, each year, about 80,000 American suffer from long-term disability that has resulted in brain Injury.  Typically a TBI is either mild or severe.  Typically a mild TBI is one with a mild loss of consciousness and confusion…

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DUI Task Force Out This Weekend

  If you are out Friday night and have a few drinks or some other inebriating substances be aware there is a DUI task force out this weekend.   Remember there are always more inexpensive ways to get home other than driving your own vehicle.  Uber and Lyft or even a regular old taxi will get you…

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Arizona Proposition 205 To Weed Or Not To Weed

With Tuesday November 8, 2016 coming near,  Arizona Voters are asked to vote on proposition 205 to weed or not to weed (to place a Shakespearean twist on it). First, remember to vote, you can find your polling place here.   Second, there are allot of commercials for and against proposition 205, each with an…

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Injured While On Government Property?

Were you Injured While On Government Property?  If you were,  your right to seek compensation from the government agency is significantly limited as compared to your rights against a private entity or person.  Specifically there are specific notices you must comply with, not only time mandated notices but you also have to provide those notices to…

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