Posts by Nick Verderame

What Are the Costs of Catastrophic Injuries?

Whenever someone suffers a traumatic brain injury, paralysis due to spinal cord damage, or any catastrophic injury due to the fault of another, there are two parts to the case. The first is establishing liability by showing someone ran through a red light, distributed defective drugs or other products, or was responsible for some other…

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Is Now the Right Time to Settle Your Truck Crash Claim?

If you have been injured in a truck crash, and you are still receiving medical treatment and have not been able to return to work, you might be feeling anxious about settling your claim. The trucking company’s insurance company might be approaching you with what seems like a valid offer to settle, but you might…

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What Parents Need to Know about Teen Drivers and Car Insurance

Parents want their kids to be happy and productive. Today’s parents appreciate that when they were young, they wanted to get their licenses to drive as soon as they could. In Arizona, having a car means greater freedom for the teen and parents. But with a car comes responsibility, and with responsibility comes purchasing insurance.…

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Who Is Watching the Watchers?

The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is a government organization that is tasked with protecting consumers by promoting the safety of products that hit the market. In order to protect the public from unsafe and defective products, the agency addresses unreasonable risks of injury, studying illnesses and injuries caused by products and creating…

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House Votes to Return Constitutional Rights to Americans

Yesterday, May 22nd, saw a massive victory for Americans. The U.S. House of Representatives voted on an amendment that will limit how big banks and financial institutions can use mandatory arbitration. The amendment was introduced by Rep. Al Green (D-TX), and reinstates the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) 2017 rule governing forced arbitration. The amendment…

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Defective E-Cigarette Batteries Keep Exploding and Causing Injuries

An e-cigarette battery overheated and ignited a fire on an American Airlines flight shortly after landing on January 4, 2019. In a USA Today.com story, Ross Feinstein, a spokesperson for American Airlines, said that flight attendants are trained on how to fight high-energy battery fires, and that they “quickly extinguished the fire and the plane…

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Auto Insurance Coverage in Arizona

Choosing the right insurance can be a challenge. The policy language is dry and filled with “legalese,” and the costs can be high. Frank Verderame and Nick Verderame put together these short videos to address some of the more common questions we get about auto insurance, so you can make informed decisions about what is…

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