The Mesa light rail system is a 20-mile in-street public transportation option for riders in the Phoenix, Mesa, and Tempe area. Riders are able to enjoy transportation to and from sports events, entertainment, art culture, school, and work for a fraction of the cost of driving a personal vehicle. With any transportation system, precautionary measures must be taken. We have compiled this article full of tips and advice to make your light rail trip safe and effective.
Most parents and caregivers are aware of the dangers that a pool can bring. However, there are some hidden water dangers that can lurk in a home. Child drownings and child injuries can be prevented by being watchful and aware. It only takes a few seconds for a child to drown and in only a few inches of water. More than 50 percent of young children who drown do so in swimming pools, however, the rest simply come across small … Read More
Car accidents can happen in a flash; one second you are driving to work and the next you are pulled over on the side of the road with a couple broken taillights, a bent bumper and maybe a few bumps and bruises. When someone is not paying attention, car accidents happen quickly. Our short-term memory isn’t always reliable to store the information we need to document a Mesa car accident. Thankfully, there are apps for that! The digital world has … Read More
Picture this scenario; you and a friend are enjoying your ride in an Uber or Lyft from an event back to your house or apartment when you find yourself in the middle of a fender bender. If you find yourself in a car accident in an Uber, Lyft or other ride-share vehicles, what do you do? Where does liability fall? Uber and Lyft often don’t have the clearest picture of what a passenger is to do in the event of … Read More
ATV riding and gorgeous spring and summer weather often go hand-in-hand. Who doesn’t want to take their ATV out for a morning, afternoon or early evening drive when the weather is nice? Outdoor recreation of all categories is encouraged during spring and summer months as long as one considers proper safety, especially regarding ATVs. The ATV community is well aware of the dangers riding poses. Rough and rugged terrain, high speeds, lack of helmets and goggles, as well as alcohol … Read More
Most people probably wouldn’t consider themselves to be at risk of becoming the victim of a dog bite. Yet, from 2008 to 2012 alone, injuries from dog attacks hospitalized over 34,000 Arizonans. When a dog attacks someone, the consequences quickly flood every area of the victim’s life. Injury, emotional trauma and costly medical bills are just a few of the consequences victims will face after suffering an attack. In extreme cases, the attack could cause severe disability or even death.
It’s no secret that medical malpractice cases are complicated. Not only do both parties need to be well-versed in law, but they also need a background in medicine in order to successfully present a case. For this reason, it’s generally best to have an experienced medical malpractice attorney on your side if you become involved in one of these cases.
Cell phones are not exempt from product liability. See what you need to know to avoid defective mobile devices and the types of injuries these can cause. Attention all Samsung cell phone users! If you own the Note 7 model, you need to opt into the phone replacement program due to a fire risk from a battery flaw. You will need to go through the retailer from which you bought your phone and every experience is going to be different, … Read More
“Snowbird” is a term often used to refer to people who love the Arizona winters and come to live in the Phoenix metropolitan area during the cooler months. To get to their winter retreat, many seniors use a recreational vehicle (RV), like a camper-trailer or Class A motorhome, rather than have to maintain homes in two separate states. That means the valley roads will be more crowded than ever, and full-time residents need to be prepared. As we get closer … Read More
We get a lot of questions about why a police officer or highway patrol officer might pull a driver over. No, it’s usually not to meet a quota. It’s actually to address some bad driving habits that could cause an accident. Here are some of the top violations of driving safety seen in Arizona that often result in traffic tickets.