What is a Medical Malpractice Case?

Medical malpractice is a singular or series of decisions made in a medical environment that leads to worsening injuries or death. This is considered a deviation from the “standard of care.” Ultimately, these decisions affect the outcome of the patient’s ability to resume life the same as before receiving medical treatment. This includes reduced mobility, tremendous pain that is debilitating to continue everyday activities, and more. As the third leading cause of death in the U.S. after cancer and heart … Read More

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Arizona Bicycle Laws (Helmet Requirements and Other Protective Gear)

With sunny skies and clear, though warm, weather, Mesa is home to a lot of full-time bicyclists. Whether they’re for riding for fun or commuting to work or school, bicycles remain a popular mode of transportation throughout the metro area. And while many riders take the precaution of wearing helmets and other safety equipment, there are even more that do not. However, bicycle accidents can lead to some pretty serious injuries and even fatalities. This is why it is so important … Read More

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Tactics Police Use to Detect Distracted Driving

Distracted driving has become such a large problem throughout the country that lawmakers everywhere are working on creating a type of bill or law geared towards banning this dangerous action in their cities. Several cities in Arizona already have a ban on texting while driving, including Flagstaff, Tempe, Gilbert, and Tucson. State law, on the other hand, only prohibits bus drivers from using their cell phones while driving. Many lawmakers and citizens alike continue to push for a texting and … Read More

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What Are The Statutes of Limitations In An Arizona Personal Injury Case?

  If you or a loved one has been gravely injured due to someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, you are entitled to compensation for your damages under Arizona law. However, when filing a personal injury lawsuit in Arizona, it’s important to be mindful of the statutes of limitations, or the amount of time you have to take legal action following an incident, such as a vehicle accident, animal attack, or other serious injury. In Arizona, you have up to two years … Read More

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