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What Should I Do if I’m Injured in a Red Light Accident?

If you are involved in a traffic accident because someone runs a red light, you’d be forgiven for thinking that liability is easy to determine. After all – you were following the rules and someone else wasn’t, and now you’re hurt. Unfortunately, determining who was the cause of your injuries can be complicated. There are…

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Herniated Disks and Car Accidents

Many car accidents in Phoenix cause herniated disks and other spine injuries. Even with seat belts and airbags, a low-impact crash can cause your back and neck to twist and endure severe stress. A high-speed accident is even more likely to cause severe spinal damage. The disk separates your back bones from your vertebrae. Disk…

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Why Truck Accidents May Be More Common in Winter

While the winters in Phoenix are not as extreme as they are in the Northeast or Midwest, the cold weather can still create dangerous conditions for truck drivers and other motorists on the road. It’s not just careless truck drivers that should be held liable for winter truck accidents. The trucking companies that hire the…

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E-Bike and E-Scooter Injuries Are on the Rise

A recent development on the streets has been the rise in use of E-bikes and E-scooters. Touted as environmentally friendly and easy to use, these little vehicles are used by many of us as quick ways to get from place to place. Unfortunately, crashes with other vehicles (and the resulting  injuries they cause) have been…

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Truck Fatalities Nationwide Are Rising

Truck accidents are much more likely to cause deaths than car accidents for many reasons. Trucks are simply much bigger, longer, wider, taller, and heavier than cars. When a truck strikes another car, the odds are high that the car will be crushed, causing fatal injuries to the occupants. The drivers and passengers in small…

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Motorcycle Riders Now Allowed to “Lane Filter” in Arizona

Riding a motorcycle remains a popular pastime for many reasons, including the freedom the open road represents. Unfortunately, motorcycle riders are “invisible” to car and truck drivers too often, resulting in serious or fatal accidents. Motorcyclists in Arizona are now legally able to engage in “lane filtering,” also known as lane splitting. This practice is…

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Is introducing Trucking to Younger Drivers the Right Choice?

Since 2020, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has been talking about a pilot trucking program that will allow drivers between 18 and 20 years old to haul heavy cargo in 18-wheelers. If this program is approved, it would lower the age of eligible truck drivers and possibly lead to an increase of truck…

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