Arizona Dust Storms and Highway Accidents

On Automobiles.

In Arizona, dust storms arise suddenly and can quickly cause blackout conditions on the highways. When this happens, the safest conduct for drivers is to completely exit the highway if possible. Find a parking lot or other safe location to wait out the storm. If this is not possible, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation (“AZDOT”), drivers should: Look for a safe place to pull completely off the paved portion of the roadway, Turn

Arizona Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Accident Statistics – What Can Be Done to Prevent Injuries and Death?

On Automobiles, Safe Driving.

According to the national Arizona Department of Transportation (“AZDOT”), in 2013, there were approximately 107,348 total recorded vehicle related crashes, resulting in 34,047 injuries and 777 deaths in the State of Arizona. The breakdown of the types of vehicles involved in the 107,348 crashes is : Cars: 70.47% or 143,944 Pickup Trucks & Vans: 17.46% or 35,672 Motorcycles: 1.54% or 3,153 Commercial Trucks & Buses: 5.79% or 11,826 Other Vehicles: 4.73% or 9,644 Of the

Recovering for Future Damages in an Arizona Personal Injury Case

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In Arizona and most other states, claims for all personal injury damages must be brought at the time of trial.  In cases of significant injury, damages may be ongoing when a trial takes place.  Damages such as future pain and suffering, or the cost of future surgeries and medical treatment, may not be known with certainty.  What is the best course to insure that all damages are recovered? When is the Best Time to Bring


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