Arizona just joined the other 48 states with laws limiting or preventing cell phone use while driving. Today, only the state of Montana has no law prohibiting texting or calls while driving.
Arizona’s new law is not as restrictive as many other state laws, but it does have important implications for Arizona drivers and visitors. The …Continue Reading »
Car accidents are always dangerous and often result in injury, but with pile-up accidents, there is rarely a case where no one gets hurt. Knowing who is liable in these accidents is essential to making sure you get the resources needed to recover properly. It is especially difficult to determine liability in a …Continue Reading »
A head-on vehicle crash is a scary and potentially life-threatening event. Even if injuries do not appear to be serious at first, pain and other symptoms can become worse in the coming days or weeks following the crash. Hairline fractures and signs of whiplash can take 24 hours or more to become apparent.
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If you’ve been in an automobile crash there is a possibility that you suffered a whiplash injury. Whiplash is a painful neck injury caused when your head is suddenly jolted back and forth. Rear-end automobile collisions are common causes of whiplash.
Left untreated, or if you get into another collision, you can begin to suffer …Continue Reading »