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What is Personal Injury Law or a Personal Injury Lawyer?

This article shares some great advice from car accident attorneys  Cantor Injury Lawyers as to what is personal injury law.  Personal injury law is a legal field involving civil lawsuits filed against a negligent person or other entity, such as a business. The term “tort” stems from a Latin word meaning harm or wrongdoing. Unlike criminal law, a tort does not…read more →

Medical Bills after a Car Accident

Today’s article shares some great advice from Phoenix car accident attorney, David Michael Cantor from Cantor Injury Lawyers about high medical bills caused by car accidents.  It is common knowledge that car accidents happen every day. Being involved in one can cause serious injuries, such as those to the neck and back areas. The pain associated with injury to these areas can last indefinitely, and…read more →

How a Seatbelt can save your life in a Car Accident

Seatbelt: Secure your Body to Secure your Life Wearing your seatbelt improves your chances of surviving an accident or not being seriously injured.  Below, David Michael Cantor, an experienced car accident lawyer in Phoenix at Cantor Injury Lawyers explains why seat belts or so important.  Any motorist, even as a responsible motorist, can have their life forever changed by an irresponsible driver. A…read more →

Medical Malpractice Lawyer: Injuries, treatments and diagnosis

Today’s topic written by David Michael Cantor, an experienced medical malpractice lawyer in Phoenix at Cantor Injury Lawyers, talks about Medical Malpractice.  When hospital staff, nurses, physicians, health care professionals and pharmacists commit medical malpractice, the errors they make result in average annual deaths of 400,000 people in the U.S. The average number who suffer other types of harm because of medical malpractice…read more →

Court Allows Injured Baseball Player to Use Expert Witness Testimony

Court Allows Injured Baseball Player to Use Expert Witness Testimony About Future Prospects to Prove His Loss of Future Earnings In a Michigan case, Ken Felder, a baseball player drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in 1992, suffered an elbow injury that required surgery, forcing him to miss the 1997 season. During his physical rehabilitation with a company called Physiotherapy, Mr….read more →

Court Holds that a Landowner was Not Liable for Injuries to Motorists

Personal injury lawyer claims based on the negligence of others causing the losses suffered by victims rely on previous cases that have been decided in Arizona by the appellate and Supreme Courts. In one 2007 decision, a ranch owner was not held liable to two motorists who struck the owner’s cow, after it wandered onto the highway, upon which the…read more →

Driver On Cell Phone Hits Woman $4.1 Million Settlement

A recent case in Illinois demonstrates the potential for employers to be held vicariously liable for the actions of their employees during the course and scope of their employment. Like Illinois, Arizona also follows vicarious liability law to hold employers responsible when their employees commit torts while they are working through a theory called “respondeat superior”. The Illinois Case In…read more →

Phoenix Auto Body Shop Owner Guilty of Fraud

PHOENIX – In Phoenix, an auto body shop owner has been found guilty of insurance fraud and forgery when he authorized his employees to do additional damage to wrecked vehicles which were brought in his shop in order to collect more insurance payments. The owner of 1st Class Collision, Michael Griesa, was convicted on Thursday 19 June 2014, according to…read more →

Arizona Mortgage Fraud Scheme gets 1 year in prison

A judge ruled today that a man who ran an Arizona Mortgage Fraud scheme will be sentenced to a year in prison for his crime: U.S. District Judge Michael Watson this morning sentenced Cameron Green, 36, of Pickerington to a year in prison for his part in a $15 million mortgage-fraud scheme involving Arizona properties. He and partner Jason Simcox…read more →

Arizona joins lawsuit on mortgage meltdown

Horne joined federal and state enforcers in filing actions against Standard and Poor’s for alleged misconduct involving structured finance securities backed by subprime mortgages that were at the heart of the nation’s financial crisis. Arizona is suing under the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act. Horne added, “S&P put ‘AAA’ and other favorable ratings on what in many cases were worthless securities,…read more →

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