Posts Tagged: personal injury

5 Most Common Injuries after a Car Accident

More than 3 million people each year are injured in car accidents. That information is based on data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports. And, this should come as no surprise with billions of drivers commuting every day to and from the store, work, and even across the country. Injuries from these car… Read more »

The 3 Most Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

Everyone knows our Phoenix highways and city streets can be dangerous, but if being a driver of a car involved in an accident can cause injury, imagine the injuries that can be sustained by a motorcycle rider. Nationwide, more than 75% of motorcycle accidents result in serious injury; such as limb amputations, paralysis, or traumatic… 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 »

Personal Injury Claims: What Makes Them Legitimate?

Unfortunately, when it comes to personal injury, many people hold the misbelief that the injured party is just trying to get rich quick. However, for those who have been injured because of negligence of another, there is nothing further from the truth. The truth is that personal injury lawsuits truly work to remedy a situation… Read more »

Is my spouse entitled to damages after my injury?

Surviving and recovering from a serious injury is a life-altering experience for the one who was injured, but they aren’t the only ones affected. Family and close friends will also be impacted by the event. This is most true, perhaps, for the spouse of the injured person. While the main goal of the personal injury… Read more »

How do I prepare for my deposition?

A deposition is your sworn, out-of-court testimony of the events in question. Recorded and witnessed by your attorney as well as the opposing counsel, everything you say is considered on the record and your official account of the incident. So how do you prepare for such an important conversation, one that could even be used… Read more »