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Tucson Car Accident Statistics 2024 – Traffic Collisions
Tucson Car Accident Statistics 2024 – Traffic Collisions

Car accidents can happen anywhere and anytime. These can be scary events, and they occur in cities all over the world. Tucson, Arizona, is no different. The Tucson police department reports over 5,200 car accidents every year. The highest year was 2019, with over 6,500…

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Phoenix Car Accident Statistics 2024 – Traffic Collisions
Phoenix Car Accident Statistics 2024 – Traffic Collisions

When a city like Phoenix, Arizona, experiences rapid population growth, it is typically a good thing for residents and local businesses alike. However, more people usually means more cars on the road. With more cars on the road, there is an increased number of car…

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Arizona Average Personal Injury Settlement Amount (2024)
Arizona Average Personal Injury Settlement Amount (2024)

If any other party recently injured you or a family member, it is natural to wonder how you can hold them accountable and what your case may be worth. The Arizona average personal injury settlement amount is difficult to discern because of the fact that…

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Arizona Car Accident Statistics 2024 – Latest Fatal Crash Stats
Arizona Car Accident Statistics 2024 – Latest Fatal Crash Stats

Car accidents happen every day for many reasons, sometimes with devastating effects. Each year, traffic accidents are a leading cause of accidental injuries and deaths in the state, and it is vital for every driver to acknowledge the various risks they face on the road.…

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Car Crash Arizona
Car Crash Arizona

CAR CRASH ARIZONA Vehicle accidents happen more often than you might think. They are the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 14 and 24, accounting for about one-third of all fatalities in this age range. Every year, about 6.5 million car…

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Texting and Driving in Arizona
Texting and Driving in Arizona

TEXTING AND DRIVING: EYES UP, PHONE DOWN WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU TEXT AND DRIVE? Every day on the roads, distracted drivers are looking at their cell phones. Whether texting, viewing social media, watching videos, or looking for directions, the dangers are real and deadly. While…

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When to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer after a Car Crash in Arizona?
When to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer after a Car Crash in Arizona?

IS IT WORTH HIRING A PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY? Sadly, far too many people are led to believe they can rely on insurance companies to take care of them if they are injured in a car crash. They trust the insurance company will do the “right”…

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Arizona Tractor Trailer Accidents – Injuries Caused By Arizona Employees
Arizona Tractor Trailer Accidents – Injuries Caused By Arizona Employees

TRACTOR TRAILER ACCIDENTS WHAT IS RESPONDEAT SUPERIOR? Employers in Arizona are responsible for the negligent acts of their employees while acting within the course and scope of their employment duties. If an employee, while working, causes injury to another, the employer can be held responsible…

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Dog Bites in Arizona – When is Animal Owner Responsible For Injuries?
Dog Bites in Arizona – When is Animal Owner Responsible For Injuries?

A dog is a man’s best friend but, even the best-behaved dogs can be dangerous. In Arizona, a dog owner is liable for bites by the dog regardless of any earlier knowledge of bad behavior by his dog. Many people believe the old rule that…

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How Do I Choose The Right Arizona Personal Injury Attorney For Me?
How Do I Choose The Right Arizona Personal Injury Attorney For Me?

Keep in mind that hiring a personal injury attorney is a very important decision. Ask as many questions as you want during your free, no-obligation initial consultation, and most importantly trust your gut! Your attorney should instill confidence, be easy to talk to, and able…

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