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Wrongful Death

Driving under the influence (DUI) Wrongful Death

Finding the Right Wrongful Death Attorney If your loved one was killed due to the actions of a drunk driver, you should certainly consider contacting a Driving under the influence (DUI) accident victim attorney. One state that unfortunately has too many drunk drivers is California. The victims of accidents caused by these drunk drivers sadly were never given a warning….read more →

Wrongful Death – More Than Just Medical Negligence

How Wrongful Deaths Aren’t Always Due to Medical Malpractice On January 26, 2001, Sharon Smith went home early from work. Her partner of seven years, Diane Whipple, had called her earlier that day asking her to spend the afternoon together. Sharon pulled up to their apartment building and immediately saw police cars, ambulances, flashing lights, and sirens. She knew right…read more →

Foodborne Illnesses, Who is Held Liable

foodborne illnesses

People can suffer injuries and illness from many types of food that are eaten every day. These problems can occur at home, in a restaurant or anywhere else food is served. For many who handle food products safety is not a focus. But food safety negligence can cause illness and even death from poorly handled or prepared foods. When foodborne…read more →

Proving Fault in a Wrongful Death Claim

When a loved one is killed because of the negligence of another person or entity, it can be very difficult to deal with the tragedy. But survivors of victims killed under circumstances of negligence can file a wrongful death claim through a civil lawsuit. Such a claim can help provide the family with legal recourse after the terrible circumstances of…read more →

Arizona Civil Statute of Limitations on Personal Injury Cases

Arizona Statute of Limitations

What are the Statute of Limitations in Arizona? Every state has limitations regarding the time period a personal injury victim has to file a case or perform other legal action. These time limits are called the Statute of Limitations. In Arizona, the statute is also referred to as ARS 12-542 or Arizona Revised Statute § 12-542(1). Personal injury lawyers know their…read more →

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