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Personal injury damages are not just limited to medical bills, wage loss and pain and suffering. An accident victim is entitled to receive compensation for any damage suffered that is a consequence of another’s negligence. A motor vehicle accident victim may be bedridden for a period of time. This may require him or her to hire a home health aide…Read More

Wage loss in a personal injury case is a viable claim. It takes much more than missing work, however, to successfully claim it. Like any other damage, wage loss should be established by evidence. You can’t just tell the adjuster, arbitrator or jury that you missed three weeks of work following the accident and expect compensation. I highly recommend to…Read More

You’ve been told that your vehicle was totaled in an accident caused by another driver’s negligence or carelessness. This essentially means that the cost of repairing your vehicle exceeds the Actual Cash Value (ACV) of your car. The adverse insurance company will look at comparable vehicles in your area to calculate an ACV. Comparables are vehicles of like make, model,…Read More

All personal injury matters have a time limit within which the injured party must file a lawsuit (or take other action) against the person or entity responsible for causing the injury. Generally, this limit is two (2) years from the date of the injury-causing event. There are numerous exceptions to this 2-year statute of limitations. Several of many exceptions include:…Read More

A complaint is the legal document that you will ultimately file with the court against the negligent party if you are not able to settle the matter with the negligent party’s insurance carrier. This must be timely filed within the applicable statute of limitations and in the appropriate court. Many clients believe that the complaint is filed against the negligent…Read More

You have just been in a motor vehicle accident and before you get home from the scene, the other driver’s insurance company has already left you a message urging you to call back as they must talk to you. You call and they tell you they need your recorded statement before they can take care of your property damage and…Read More

Long before mandatory seatbelt use became a statutory requirement in Arizona, there was case law that gave a Defendant the opportunity to reduce the value of a Plaintiff’s case, in some instances, for the Plaintiff’s failure to wear a seatbelt. An obvious example is the case of an occupant of a vehicle being hurled through a windshield and killed in…Read More

At-fault Driver’s Insurance Pays for the Rental If your vehicle is damaged in an accident with a negligent driver, that driver’s insurance carrier is responsible to pay for your rental vehicle while your vehicle is undriveable or being repaired. If, however, your vehicle is drivable (and safe to drive), the adverse carrier will compensate you for a rental only while…Read More

The hottest issue motor vehicle accident victims have immediately after an accident is a rental car. Amazingly, most seem to make this a priority over seeking medical treatment. In doing so, they often place their bodily injury claim at risk by over-cooperating with an adverse insurance company by giving a recorded statement. The other driver’s insurance company is responsible for…Read More

Premises liability law in Arizona strongly favors the landowner over the injured party. The most common occurrence of these cases is in grocery stores. Simply slipping and falling and getting injured is not enough to establish that the store is responsible for compensating you. The store has several defenses to use against you to defeat your claim. The first is…Read More

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