Arizona Tops List of Red Light Fatalities

Recently the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, released a report regarding red light fatalities, and Arizona topped the list.  The study examined rate of red light fatalities per 100,000 residents.  According to the study Arizona was at the top with 7.1 deaths per 100,000.  Phoenix was higher than the State average at 10.8, Tucson and…

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Were You Injured At Your Gym?

Typically if you’re injured at your gym, you may think have little or no recourse against the gym for injuries.  Most gyms have you sign a waiver and release form as part of your membership, in which you are expressly waiving any claims against the gym for injuries you suffer while at the gym, essentially assuming the…

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Slip and Fall Cases

No doubt at some point you have been walking in your local Safeway, Fry’s or Walmart and you have seen the classic yellow caution sign with silhouette of someone falling.   The purpose of this sign is to warn customers that there is something on the floor that creates a dangerous condition that could cause…

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Wrong Sperm Donor Equals Wrongful Birth

Typically a wrongful birth claim arises in situations where a physician may fail to undertake certain prenatal test or fails to warn parents of their risks of conceiving or giving birth to a child with serious genetic or congenital abnormalities.  A same-sex couple (Jennifer and Amanda) in Ohio is suing a sperm bank for wrongful…

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Personal Injury Lawsuit Against Ski Resort To Move Forward

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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Valley Fire Departments Allow Advertising On Their Trucks and Ambulances

Valley Fire Departments Allow Advertising If you live in Apache Junction or around the Daisy Mountain/Anthem area you may have noticed that fired departments allow advertising  on their trucks and ambulances.  Local fire districts and departments, especially those in the outlining part of the valley, are in need of funding.  Thus they have turned to…

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Victims of Afluenza Teen File Personal Injury Lawsuit

The parents of Sergio Molina filed a personal injury lawsuit against Ethan Couch, his parents and Cleburne Metal Works (parents’ company).  Sergio (17) suffered a traumatic brain injury in the accident which resulted in the deaths of four people.  As you recall a Texas Juvenile Judge recently sentenced  Ethan Church, the at fault driver, to…

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U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Issues Recall of Tea Kettle

According to the recall, steam can travel up the handle or water can spill from the spout resulting in a serious burn injury to the consumer.  Additionally, the aluminum bottom can potentially melt to the stove top and pose another burn injury.  Chefmate® sold the item exclusively through Target Stores, both in store and online.  According…

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