Arizona Motorcycle Laws You Need To Be Aware Of

Many Mesa residents do not realize that our law firm handles motorcycle accidents. Because motorcycles operate on two or three wheels without seatbelts, enclosure and airbags, the inherent risks to a biker are much more numerous than those that threaten automobile operators. Because a motorcyclist is more likely to be injured severely and total their vehicle in an accident than a car driver is, it is important for bikers to do everything they can to receive proper compensation for vehicle … Read More

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Getting Back on the Motorcycle after a Crash

After you are involved in a motorcycle accident, no matter how minor, it can be difficult to get back into the habit of riding again. If you have been in an accident where you were seriously injured, it can be even more difficult to even look at a bike again, much less ride one. However, getting back on your bike can help ease some of the mental anguish and loss of confidence that an accident can cause. Here are some … Read More

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Look Out For Motorcyclists (How To Avoid Motorcycle Accidents)

It seems like every time we turn on the local news there is another tragic story of a horrific motorcycle crash that leaves a rider severely injured or worse. This is not something unique to Arizona. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 38,000 motorcyclists have been killed and over 1,222,000 riders were injured in motorcycle accidents between 2001 and 2008 (the most recent research available). The National Highway Safety Administration states that nearly half of … 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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