Does Arizona Law Cap Damages In Personal Injury Cases? The short answer is no. Some states have laws that cap the amount of money a person can recover as compensation for injuries caused by another person.  Some of these caps apply to specific types of injury cases.  Meaning some are caps on damages in car…

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What Are The Risks of A Dog Bite? Not all dogs are as cute and innocent as the one pictured here.  On average dog bites account for 1% of injury related emergency room visits.  About 4.5 million dog bites occur per year.  Not all result in severe injuries or necessitate treatment.  About 316,000 people are…

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What Are Arizona’s Minimum Auto Insurance Limits?  Currently it is  $15,000 of liability for injuries to any one person in another vehicle they hit, and a total of $30,000 for all injuries and deaths out of the same incident. And their coverage for damages to the cars and other property of others can be as…

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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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Did you get a DUI?  Where you at the Waste Management Open this last weekend?  Scottsdale Police just released blood alcohol content levels from those party goers at the open who participated in the “Know Your Limit” campaign.  Of the 9,026 people who participated over the weekend almost half of them were over the legal…

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Many people purchase additional coverage on their automobile insurance including uninsured motorist bodily injury and under-insured bodily injury coverage. Uninsured Bodily injury coverage replaces the liability coverage of an at fault party who  has no insurance.  Under-Insured provides an injured party with additional liability coverage in situations where the at fault person does not have…

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Everyone who has gone skiing or snowboarding at some point has paused and thought “what would happen if the chairlift broke.?”  Well that happen to Delaware couple in 2010 when they visited Sugarloaf.  Three family members whom were seriously injured when a chairlift broke filed a personal injury lawsuit against Sugarloaf and several other defendants  The…

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We all now auto accident collisions happen everyday, ranging from minor bumps to serious head on collisions.  Last November, the National Highway Safety Administration released the 2012 motor vehicle crash overview.  You can read the full article by clicking here. Some quick facts- Fatalities increased 3.3% from 2011 Most fatalities were non-occupant and motorcyclist-there were…

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Earlier this month ten people died in a car accident in Northern California.  The accident occurred on I-5 about 90 miles north of Sacramento.  The accident occurred when a FedEx tractor-trailer crossed over a median and collided with a bus carrying high school students on their way to visit a college campus.  The mother of…

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The Gorham family, like many other families, made the annual trip to the State Fair.  Specifically, the North Carolina State Fair.  Like most state fairs, this one had thrill rides, including #”The Vortex”.  Unfortunately for the riders “The Vortex” spun into action before the riders could secure themselves property.  The Vortex threw many riders off…

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