Auto accident reconstruction happens when someone needs proof of how an accident occurred. Simply put, an auto accident reconstruction is an analysis of the proof an an accident such as photographs or video and witness testimony to determine exactly how the collision happened, sometimes including animations to demonstrate how the cars collided. Auto accident reconstruction […]
Exchanging Info After a Wreck – Risks of Identity Theft? In the age of identity theft, we are bound to run into conflicting information about what data we should share with providers, government agencies, and especially strangers. Recently, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners cautioned drivers about providing too much information following an auto […]
When someone suffers harm due to the actions of another, the courts provide a way for the injured to recover damages
Arizona Car Crash Statistics for 2011 How safe is our state? Read here and fine out! • Approximately 2.26 persons were killed each day. • One person was killed every 10.63 hours. • There were 135.66 persons injured every day. • One person was injured every 10.61 minutes. • Alcohol Related crashes accounted for 5.35% […]
Trucker Texting: How Many Arizona Truck Accidents Does It Cause? Close your eyes and count to five. Did you know that’s how long the average driver takes their eyes off the road to send or receive a text message? In that amount of time, a driver will usually travel the distance of a football field, […]
Truckers Who Tailgate, Speed and Drive Dangerously Can Cause Serious Arizona Truck Accidents Looking in your rearview mirror and seeing a truck riding your bumper is not a pleasant experience, by any means. Neither is having a truck crowd you on the road or cut you off in traffic. Truckers are under the gun and […]
Truck accidents are a plague that affects our freeways across the valley and country. According to the federal Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), in 2008 alone, there were 4,229 truck accident deaths across the country. In an effort to understand the causes of semi-truck accidents, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the National […]
A: In Arizona, you have two years from the date of the accident to sue, which is known as the statute of limitations (a.k.a. deadline). There is a lot that goes into filing a lawsuit against a careless driver. The insurance company will look for ways to avoid paying your claim. For example, if […]
With the “average” case in mind, there are absolutely “rights” and “wrongs” in the handling of a personal injury claim.
Data from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety shows that July 4 is the deadliest day for teens and motorists that drive alongside them.