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“Other firms I spoke to weren’t interested in helping me because the accident happened in a parking lot and there was no police report. You, however, immediately accepted my case and got excellent results. Thank you.”

“Other firms I spoke to weren’t interested in helping me because the accident happened in a parking lot and there was no police report. You, however, immediately accepted my case and got excellent results. Thank you.”

Hypoglycemia and DUI: Can You Be Falsely Convicted?

By Petersen Johnson | August 3, 2010 | Comments Off on Hypoglycemia and DUI: Can You Be Falsely Convicted?

For many people suffering from hypoglycemia, low blood sugar can cause symptoms that are strikingly similar to the effects of alcohol. Diabetes and many other kinds of diseases can result in hypoglycemia if blood sugar levels are not monitored and controlled. If blood sugar levels do dip below normal, sufferers can experience slow and slurred […]

Tips For Avoiding Accidents With Commercial Trucks

By Petersen Johnson | July 29, 2010 | 0 Comments

The United States Department of Transportation indicates that commercial truck accidents account for 98% of traffic fatalities involving automobile drivers annually. This is primarily because trucks are responsible for over 500,000 accidents a year. Here are some tips to avoid these types of accidents: 1. Defensive driving techniques – These tips most often include keeping a sharp eye out […]

The Financial Impact and Costs of a DUI

By Petersen Johnson | July 21, 2010 | Comments Off on The Financial Impact and Costs of a DUI

Everyone knows that a DUI is the last thing they need. The laws are continually increasing, the jail time is considerably higher than it used to be, and the costs have been rising along with it. Do you understand the financial impact of a DUI? It may very well become the most expensive ride of […]

Don’t Drink and Drive: Consider Alternative Transportation Methods

By Petersen Johnson | July 13, 2010 | Comments Off on Don’t Drink and Drive: Consider Alternative Transportation Methods

Don’t Drink and Drive In the event that you are intoxicated and not able to come up with a designated driver, here’s a list of resources that you can take advantage of in the Valley. Designated Drivers 24/7 This service began last year in attempt to provide a great alternative to a taxi. For $50/month […]

The Meaning of Blood Alcohol Level

By Petersen Johnson | July 1, 2010 | Comments Off on The Meaning of Blood Alcohol Level

When an Arizona police officer conducts a breathalyzer or blood test, they’re attempting to determine your blood alcohol level. This is the percentage of alcohol in your blood stream. In Arizona, your blood alcohol level cannot be over .08. If you are over that limit, you will be charged with a DUI, and the results of […]

How to Avoid Being the Victim of a Bicycle Accident

By Petersen Johnson | June 23, 2010 | 0 Comments

Bike riding is an activity that can be enjoyed by children as well as adults. In fact, children start off very young these days. Their parents will teach them with the assistance of training wheels. Adults, too, enjoy bike riding. It’s not uncommon to see a group of adults riding ten speeds or mountain bikes […]

The Importance of Pedestrian Caution In Traffic

By Petersen Johnson | June 15, 2010 | 0 Comments

Everyday you hear about accidents involving pedestrians. The reason is because people are often careless about where they’re walking. They’re not mindful of their surroundings, they think that cars are always going to stop to give them the right of way, and some people just plain think they’re invincible. But people aren’t invincible and that’s […]

What Makes a Store Liable?

By Petersen Johnson | June 10, 2010 | 0 Comments

Slip and fall accidents happen to many people. When this happens in your home you have no one to blame but yourself. But what happens when it occurs in or near a store, and who’s responsible for your injuries then? Experiencing a slip and fall accident at home is often less detrimental than one outside of […]

How To Prepare For a Criminal Defense Trial

By Petersen Johnson | June 7, 2010 | Comments Off on How To Prepare For a Criminal Defense Trial

If you’re charged with a crime and you’re facing court, there are many things you need to be mindful of if you hope to beat the charge, or receive a lesser charge. A criminal trial is held in front of a jury. That means you’re going to be judged on how you look, how you […]

Key Things To Keep In Your Car In Case of an Accident

By Petersen Johnson | June 3, 2010 | 0 Comments

Nobody expects to get into a car accident, yet they happen each and every day. It can happen when you’re on your way to and from work; it can happen on the way to church and it can even happen while you’re stopped at a stop light. When that other car slams into you, the […]

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