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Slip and Fall Accidents Personal injury from a slip and fall accidents can change your life dramatically in an instant. Whether it is temporary or permanent injury that may result from a slip and fall, you should immediately contact a personal injury attorney to ensure that your health, ability for future work, and financial status […]Continue reading
Los Angeles is instituting their new program to crack down on DUIs. The “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign in LA is creating several DUI check points to catch DUI drivers in the act. This campaign has several police agencies in the area working together to set up the DUI check points. A check […]Continue reading
Arizona Dog Bite Laws The state of Arizona has one of the strictest dog bite statutes in the United States. Dog bites are one of the most common causes of injury in Arizona each year, and in order to protect you and your family, it is important to consult with a personal injury lawyer to […]Continue reading
Filing for Divorce in Arizona Filing for divorce is an emotionally painful process where you end a significant portion of your life, so you need to make sure you have thoroughly considered if it’s the right option for you. If feasible, it’s usually worth considering legal separation first, as this divides property without the final […]Continue reading
Co-Parenting Mistakes and How to Avoid Them Co-parenting after divorce is no easy task, and while no parent may intentionally mean to make it difficult and create drama, it is still a common occurrence. Unfortunately, this could make it even more difficult for children to adjust to the new changes happening to their family. If […]Continue reading
What is the Horizontal Gaze Test? The horizontal gaze nystagmus test is one of the three standardized field sobriety tests used by the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration to identify possible drunk drivers. This test has been studied to be the most accurate of the three, with a 77 percent accuracy rating in detecting […]Continue reading