When you are the victim of a car accident, it is much better to call a personal injury attorney and start the process early than to wait and postpone until the defending party has all the cards in hand to lower your compensation.
Rideshare accident: you are the victim of a car accident in a Lyft/Uber car. Who will pay for your expenses, losses, pain and suffering ?
What’s requested to get punitive damages in Arizona? The appeal case of Hart v. Biederbeck In Hart v. Biederbeck, No. 1 CA-CV 18-0702 (Ariz. Ct. App. Oct. 29, 2019), the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One considered the question of a plaintiff requesting punitive damages in connection with intentional tort claims arising from an altercation […]
In Cad*** v. Har*** (Ariz. R. Sup. Nov. XX, 2019), the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division Two, took into account the petitioner’s appeal and request for her denied motion for summary judgment to be reconsidered, claiming that the petitioner was entitled to legal judgment on accusations of defamation made against her by the defendant, along […]
Negligence by School District in Arizona: Immune from Liability? In Show Low Unified School District No. 10 vs Bill Morgan and Carla Morgan, individually, as surviving parents of Mishell Morgan (deceased) and on behalf of the Estate of Mishell Morgan, 1 CA-SA 07-0115 (Arizona App., June 19, 2007), the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One, […]
In Perry Boser (individually and on behalf of Theresa Dannielle Boser, deceased, and on behalf of all statutory beneficiaries) v. Jason Lee Wade, No. 1 CA-CV 15-0127 (Arizona App. Dec. 8, 2016), the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One, considered the petitioner’s appeal of the civil court’s authorization for release of a bond that […]
Suing for negligence after an injury: the case of Normandin v. Encanto Adventures, LLC – No. CV-18-0200-PR (Ariz. May 17, 2019) In Normandin v. Encanto Adventures, LLC, the Arizona Supreme Court held that a company who entered into a concessionaire agreement to operate a children’s amusement area in a public park was not afforded the […]
The Case of a Deadly Dog-Related Personal Injury In Becker v. Liu, No. 1 CA-CV 17-0515 (Ariz. Ct. App. Aug. 7, 2018) the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One considered the question of the extent to which dog owners are liable to a house sitter a personal injury caused by their dog. The Court held […]
This article is written about host’s liability as construed by Arizona law. As with any big date — be it Christmas, NYE, the Super Bowl, Spring Break or Memorial Day — Arizona residents will host backyard parties. Well, they need to take caution when hosting parties. In Arizona, a social host, or party thrower, can be held […]
The number of cyclists and pedestrians injured in accidents involving collision with cars in Tucson is too high. City ordinances have been issued that require cars drivers to keep a safe distance between themselves and bikers, but all too often, drivers ignore these rules. Though bicycle lanes are clearly marked, automobilists forget to check their side mirrors […]