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.
Brain injuries are often referred to as catastrophic injuries as they can have a profound impact on you and your family members. March is Brain Injury Awareness Month.
The St. Patrick’s Day parade in Phoenix was last weekend, but more festivities are planned in downtown Prescott on Friday. One local bar is even hiding gold coins for patrons to find and use to buy penny drinks. While St.
Motorcycle crashes are among the most deadly due to the vulnerability of the motorcyclist. Motor vehicle drivers often fail to notice a motorcycle on the road, leading to catastrophic injuries and fatalities, but there are many variables that can cause these crashes.
A motorcycle crash, like any automobile accident, can be a terrifying and confusing experience. While it may be chaotic, there are still steps you can take to ensure that you and your family are protected. Please take this quiz to find out if you know what to do should you end up in a motorcycle accident:
If you've been involved in a car accident, there are important steps you can take to keep yourself protected legally. Please follow this presentation from our attorneys in Prescott, Arizona for more information.
Auto accidents can occur at any time; you could be backing out of a parking space at your local grocery store, stopped at a light or driving during rush hour. Regardless of the circumstances behind your auto accident, you should always call the police to file a police report.