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Low Speed Collision Injury – You Can Get Whiplash at 5mph

Low Speed Collision Injury – You Can Get Whiplash at 5mph

A low-speed collision or car accident is a collision that takes places at speeds below ten miles per hour.  Often times there is little or no visible property damage done to the bumpers of either vehicle.  However, minimal or nonexistent damage to the vehicles involved does not mean that you haven’t sustained a physical injury. Rear-end accidents are the most common low-speed collision. At low...

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Accident Attorney Answers 50 plus Questions for Victims of Auto Accidents

Accident Attorney Answers 50 plus Questions for Victims of Auto Accidents

Here are 50+ questions and answers from an Accident Attorney to help you deal with the aftermath of an auto accident, including ones involving drunk driving. 1. TALKING TO THE AT FAULT DRIVER’S INSURANCE: When, Why — and When to Hang Up. 1. Should I talk to the at-fault driver’s insurance company? Your first call will be to your insurance company, not to make a...

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Phoenix Accident Attorney Answers 50 plus Questions for Victims of Auto Accidents

Phoenix Accident Attorney Answers 50 plus Questions for Victims of Auto Accidents

Here are 50+ questions and answers from an Accident Attorney to help you deal with the aftermath of an auto accident, including ones involving drunk driving. 1. TALKING TO THE AT FAULT DRIVER’S INSURANCE: When, Why — and When to Hang Up. 1. Should I talk to the at-fault driver’s insurance company? Your first call will be to your insurance company, not to make a...

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A Guide to Personal Injury in Arizona

Personal injury lawsuits are often the subject of scathing news reports about outlandish jury awards to undeserving plaintiffs. What the news story often does not cover, however, is the amount of damage that a person suffered in order to deserve the large monetary amount awarded by a panel of their fellow citizens. The news stories also fail to mention the weeks, months and years that...

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Proving Fault in an Arizona Motorcycle Accident

Proving Fault in an Arizona Motorcycle Accident

Motorcycle accidents are incredibly scary, and statistically, it’s usually not the motorcyclist who’s at fault. Often, the drivers of other vehicles fail to see bikes on the road or don’t care that a rider is there – and that can result in tragedy. But how do you prove that, as the motorcyclist, the accident you were in wasn’t your fault? If you do prove it,...

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