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Arizona’s high court has thrown out a $650,000 verdict that was awarded to a former Pima County resident who was bitten and permanently disfigured by a Sheriff’s Department dog. Arizona High Court Throws Out Verdict in Dog Bite Case In the high court ruling, the justices said there was no legal basis for the claim

If you were involved in a DUI-related accident this past Labor Day weekend, you’ll want to know what you can do. Below we discuss the three D’s of driving safety: Drugs/Drinking, Distraction, and Drowsiness and what to do if you need legal assistance following your car accident. Labor Day Weekend DUIs According to Banner Health, every day, almost

When an accident occurs it can be hard to understand exactly what occurred. The accident needs to be reconstructed by investigators in order to get a full understanding. Once that understanding has been given, liability can be assessed. An accident reconstruction uses a scientific approach to solving just how an accident occurred. Using a methodology that

This past weekend an unlicensed teenage driver hit and killed a pedestrian while driving down a residential street in Phoenix. Speed may have been a factor. Unlicensed Teen Kills Pedestrian A 17-year-old boy was headed east on Atlanta Avenue near Seventh Avenue when he hit and killed 52-year-old Samuel Flores. Flores was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver

Chances are, if you live in the United States, you’ve been in an elevator at least once in the last month. Across the U.S., an estimated 900,000 elevators serve an average of 20,000 people per year, making roughly 18 billion passenger trips in a year’s time. These elevators are located in a variety of commercial, retail, and

Monsoon season hit hard this past weekend. Tens of thousands of power customers lost their electricity during the storm. Crews had to work through the night in order to restore power to as many customers as possible. Many are still dealing with clean up after tons of trees and other debris was kicked up in the

Since 2013, the number of Americans killed each year in wrong-way crashes has increased more than 38 percent. Arizona is looking into a new way to combat those incidents: thermal cameras. Arizona Testing Thermal Cameras to Catch Wrong-Way Drivers Wrong-way accidents are 50 times more likely to be deadly compared to all vehicle crashes. Arizona is

Protecting Yourself Following a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Almost 1.4 million Americans sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year and most of them do not know how to file a TBI lawsuit to protect themselves after those TBIs.  Knowing how wide-spread these types of injuries are, even more frightening is that some people do not

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A California family was awarded $1.6 Million by a civil jury after their son was permanently scarred by bedbugs. Family Awarded $1.6 Million in Bedbug Trial Two years after moving into their apartment in Inglewood, California, the Martinez family discovered their 3-year-old son had red spots all over his body, including his face. After taking

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