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…Read More
How Does An Adjuster Determine A Claim’s Value? How Does An Adjuster Determine A Claim’s Value? For starters at some level it depends on the insurance companies. Some companies (Allstate, American Family, Farmers, USAA just to name a few) use a computer program named Colossus. The company that sells the program, claims it is an…Read More
Postal Workers and Dog Bites. It is the aged old urban lour, the postman versus the dog. According to the the USPS in 2018 dogs attacked 5,714 postal employees. Houston lead the country with 75 postal works bit by a dog. Phoenix ranked 23rd with 24 incidents. Overall the state recorded 73 postal worker related…Read More
If I Settle My Personal Injury Case, Do I Have To Pay Back My Health Insurance For Accident Related Bills? The answer to that question is not that simple. It depends on what type of health insurance you have. Then if you do have to reimburse your health insurance, the next question would be…Read More
Arizona Has Seen An Increase In Auto Fatalities . It is only March and eighty have already lost their lives in auto accidents. This is an increase of fifteen from this time last year. A disturbing trend. According to Arizona Department of Public Safety, most of these deaths were avoidable. In a tweet last week…Read More
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