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Why Contractors Should Have A Well Written Contract

September 12, 2019

Why Contractors Should Have A Well Written Contract In a recent decision (Woensdregt v. Handyman), the Arizona Court of Appeals (1st division), ruled that when a party seeks an award of attorney’s fees based on contract, rather than A.R.S. § 12-341.01, the Court will enforce the provision according to terms.  The Court determined that the…

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When Should I Consult A Personal Injury Attorney?

August 5, 2019

When Should I Consult A Personal Injury Attorney? Often friends, family and acquaintances ask me “When Should I Consult A Personal Injury Attorney?”  If someone else causes you an injury, whether in an auto accident or while you are at their house, at a minimum you should probably speak with one, most initial consultations are…

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I have A Judgment How Do I Collect?

June 25, 2019

I have A Judgment How Do I Collect? Often the most common misunderstanding clients have is that filing a lawsuit and obtaining a judgment means that the other party is just going to write a check.  While in certain types of cases, (like auto accidents, slip and falls and dog bites) the defendant likely has…

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The Arizona Legislature Ended the 2019 Session, Here Are Some Bills The Legislature Passed

May 31, 2019

The Arizona Legislature Ended the 2019 Session The Arizona Legislature ended its 2019 session, in which they passed 331 bills.  The governor signed 261 of those into law and vetoed seven. Senate Bill 1087, UPDATE: Governor Ducey has signed  senate Bill 1087, increases the minimal liability limits for auto insurance.   The bill increases the minimum…

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Arizona’s Recreational Use Statute, Who Does It Protect?

May 21, 2019

Arizona’s Recreational Use Statute, Who Does It Protect? The legislature wrote Arizona’s Recreational Use Statute (A.R.S.§ 33-1551) to promote and encourages open use of public and private lands.  The law provides that a public or private owner, easement holder, lessee, tenant, manager or occupant of premises is not liable to a recreational or educational user…

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