You should always get examined by a doctor after being in a car accident, even if you don’t think you’ve suffered an injury. This is due to the fact that it can often take days or weeks for injury symptoms to develop. In the following video, Sean Phelan explains why you need to schedule this doctor visit immediately.
In Arizona, all drivers are legally required to purchase an auto insurance policy. However, many drivers don’t adhere to this law, instead choosing to operate a vehicle without insurance. In addition, many drivers only purchase a policy that meets the minimum coverage required by law.
Motorcycle accidents can be stressful events, but it’s important to think clearly and decisively following the collision. Taking the right actions is crucial to protecting your rights and your ability to recover compensation in a future motorcycle accident claim.
In the following video, Chris Jensen discusses the important steps to take after a motorcycle accident.
Each year, roughly 3,000 people are involved in motorcycle accidents in Arizona. These collisions occur for many different reasons. The infographic below highlights the most common types of motorcycle accidents in Arizona, as well as the most common types of fatal motorcycle accidents.
According to preliminary data released earlier this month by the National Safety Council (NSC), 2018 marked the third straight year that over 40,000 people died in motor vehicle accidents. This is the first time since the Great Recession that our country has experienced such a large number of car accident fatalities in three consecutive years.
Car accidents can be traumatic and stressful, making it hard to think clearly and act decisively. However, the moments immediately following your collision are very important. There are certain actions you must take to protect your rights and your ability to recover the compensation you deserve. Will you know what to do?
Take our quiz to test your knowledge of the important actions that must be taken after a car accident. The more prepared you are for these moments, the more likely you are to protect your rights.
Thanksgiving is almost here. This holiday provides a great opportunity to spend quality time with family and as a result, many people will be travelling during this weekend. According to AAA, approximately 90% of Thanksgiving travelers will be driving to get to their holiday gathering this week.
The holiday season can be a great time to celebrate with family and friends. Between holiday parties, family gatherings, days off from work and New Year's celebrations, there will be plenty of opportunities to participate in the revelry. However, there is also a darker side to these holiday celebrations -- they're associated with a significant spike in car accidents, mostly due to an increase in drunk driving.
Distracted driving is deadly, and you’ve likely seen the public service announcements that prove it. These ads typically feature the final text a driver sent seconds before a fatal auto accident occurred.