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How to Prevent a Dog Bite

After years of helping victims of dog bites, we’ve learned that being proactive and cautious around dogs is the best way to prevent being victimized. However, dogs are still animals, and even the most well-behaved dogs will bite in certain situations and even the most cautious humans can end up with a dog bite injury…. Read more »

What Happens When a Car Accident is Fatal?

In 2017, for the third year in a row, traffic deaths rose in Arizona. Drug (both illegal and prescribed), and alcohol impairment accounted for 43% of the 1,000 deaths reported last year. When a loved one has been injured, and that injury results in death, you have the right to be compensated for their medical… Read more »

What to Do When Your Teen Has Been in an Accident

Everyone knows that sometimes accidents just happen. One of the best things parents or guardians can do to prepare their teens for a safe experience on the road is to be honest and realistic. There is nothing we can do to prevent all traffic mishaps; however, being prepared in case of an accident is crucial… Read more »

3 Ways to Support Your Teen Driver and Reduce Accidents

Recent studies have shown a steady increase over the last several years in the number of injuries and deaths reported due to car accidents involving teenagers, both in Arizona and across the nation. Car accidents have been, and still are, a leading cause of teen fatalities. These tragedies often leave parents, family members, and friends… Read more »

What Happens When You’ve Been Injured by an 18-Wheeler

Being involved in a car accident is not something anyone wants, but they happen. High speed accidents, motorcycle accidents and accidents involving commercial semi-trucks can be the most dangerous and devastating. Here’s what you need to know if you are injured in an accident with a semi-truck. Insurance Adjusters Are Experienced Insurance adjusters are skilled… Read more »

What is a Property Settlement Agreement in Divorce?

If you are considering a divorce, or going through one, you have learned that you require a PSA or Property Settlement Agreement. Simply put, a PSA sets out the terms of the divorce and becomes a contract between the couple regarding parenting (custody and parenting time), child support, alimony (also known as spousal support), and… Read more »