Posts Tagged ‘injury attorney phoenix’
Uninsured Motorist Coverage, What Is It?
Uninsured Motorist Coverage, What Is It? When you buy your auto insurance, you usually look for the cheapest coverage. That may not necessarily be limited to what insurance company you purchase your insurance from, but it may also include what overages you decide to purchase. One coverage that many people decide not to purchase is…Read More
Over 50,000 People Were Injured In Auto Accidents in Arizona
According to ADOT in 2014, 50,890 people Were Injured In Auto Accidents in Arizona. There were also 774 fatalities that year. While that number alone is staggering, consider that there were a total of 109,554 accidents. Of these 4.1% involved alcohol. The majority (81%) occurred in urban areas and 82% involved multiple vehicles. Not surprising the most common…Read More
Did The Insurance Adjuster Tell You The Accident Did Not Cause Your Injuries?
Did The Insurance Adjuster Tell You The Accident Did Not Cause Your Injuries? This happens allot in accidents in which insurance companies call “low velocity impacts.” Typically this occurs in accidents were the damages to your vehicle are less than an arbitrary amount determined by the adjuster (typically $1,500.00 or less). Often the Insurance…Read More
In An Auto Accident Over Fourth of July Weekend?
Where you in An Auto Accident Over Fourth of July Weekend? You’re not the only one. In fact, according to the National Safety Council, it is estimated that approximately 41,200 injury accidents occurred. The NCS estimates that seat belts likely saved an estimated 141 lives. The council estimates that about 385 people likely lost their…Read More
Why Does A Dog Bite?
Why does a dog bite? There are many possible reasons. The most common being that a dog bite will occur when the dog is scared or feels threatened. Also, dogs will bite to protect something that is valuable to them, be it food, a toy or even puppies. A dog may simply bite arising from…Read More
Heart Attacks From Energy Drinks?
Heart Attacks From Energy Drinks? Some would argue yes, even the FDA. In October 2012 the FDA linked five deaths to Monster Energy Drinks. In May of 2013, a San Francisco teenager’s parents sued Monster alleging that the drink caused the teenager to go into cardiac arrest and die after drinking two 24 ounce cans in…Read More
Governor Brewer Vetoes Statute Expanding Limitation on Licensed Health Care Provider Liability
On April 17, 2014, Governor Brewer vetoed a statute that would extend the protections of A.R.S 32-1471 , to include members of an organized search and rescue team, unit or organization involved in a search and rescue operation from civil liability unless the person is grossly negligent. The Governor veto message was that she perceived the bill…Read More