Blog Posts in February, 2017

  • 4 Elements You Need to Prove in a Product Liability Case

    Product liability refers to a designer, manufacturer, or seller being held responsible for placing a defective product into the hands of consumers. Fortunately, consumers who fall victim to a product defect might be able to recover monetary damage, such as money to cover medical expenses, loss of income, as well as pain and suffering. The following are four elements that a personal injury attorney ...
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  • The Three Types of Visitors to a Property

    If you slip and fall on a water puddle while at the grocery store, or fall into an open trench on a construction site that was not properly secured, you could be eligible to receive compensation for your injuries. This particular segment of personal injury law is known as “premises liability,” and it protects the rights of those who enter a particular property by affording them legal protection, ...
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  • The Two Types of Side-Impact Collisions

    Any collision where one of the cars is directly struck from the side is considered to be a “side-impact” collision. These types of car accidents can vary wildly in the level of danger they can carry, however they can be extremely dangerous if they occur with speed. While the front and rear of a vehicle offer a substantial amount of protection and metal between the impact and the occupants of the ...
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  • Wrongful Death Laws in Arizona: How Do They Work?

    When someone is injured due a neglectful, reckless, or criminal act, they will be given the opportunity to file a claim for compensation and damages through Arizona’s personal injury laws . If the wounds suffered in the accident or event are so grievous that they cause the individual’s death, certain surviving family members will be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit instead. Wrongful death ...
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