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Mesa, the Most Conservative City in America?

It holds true across the nation that when it comes to elections, research shows that the voters who go blue tend to live in more densely populated areas while the vast majority of the countryside votes red. While several attempts at an explanation as to why this is the case have been made, it’s a… Read more

Are Signed Pieces of Paper as Binding as an Official, Legal Contract?

Navigating your way through a business deal can be tricky, especially if it’s an informal agreement with not many guidelines to help the arrangement go smoothly. These are times when you want to proceed with caution, and the thought may have occurred to you to whip up a contract on the spot, using everyday notebook… Read more

How Tesla Powerwall is Going to Change your Home Life

Advances in the harnessing and using solar energy are taking place every day, and now Tesla motors has released a powerful and affordable new way to power your home. Back in April, Tesla announced the launch of the Powerwall, a battery used to store solar energy or as a backup power supply that you can… Read more

What Counts as a Trip and Fall Accident in Arizona?

Trip and fall accidents can result in horrible injuries and difficult court cases. If you have been injured by a slip or trip, it is important to understand the guidelines behind trip and fall accidents. Understanding these facets of trip and fall accidents will help you determine whether you have a case, which will then… Read more

What Can I Do If My Child Was Hurt at School?

If your child has been injured while at school or on school property, it is natural to want to know your legal recourse. Who is responsible in the eyes of the law? When your child is under the care of the school and the school district, you expect a certain degree of liability–but there may… Read more

Understanding Negligence in a Personal Injury Case

The legal definition of negligence is the failure on someone’s part to use reasonable care that results in harm to someone else or damage to property. There are really two different forms. The first is when a person does something that a reasonable person wouldn’t do that causes harm. The other is when a person… Read more

How Could Diminished Value Affect You?

If you’ve been in a car accident, you know how difficult it can be make sure you take all of the necessary steps to protect yourself financially. This is especially true when you’re in a state of mild shock immediately after the accident. Along with any emergency medical needs, police reports and dealings with insurance… Read more

Not Sure What the Next Step is After an Injury? Contact Us for a Free Consultation

Especially when you’re critically injured, the time immediately following an accident can be a stressful one. It’s important to focus first and foremost on your own physical recovery. After that, you may be entitled to damages if the accident was someone else’s fault. Here’s some more information on how injury cases typically work. In regards… Read more

What to Bring to Your First Meeting with A Personal Injury Lawyer

If you’ve been seriously injured in an accident and you believe that someone else’s negligence caused the accident, you could be entitled to compensation. The process of filing a claim, however, is fairly complex, and you’ll need the help of a professional personal injury lawyer. In these cases, time is of the essence. In order… Read more

Evaluating Your Personal Injuries

After a severe injury, fully recovering your health should be your number one priority. It’s also important to recover your financial health. If your injury was caused by negligence of some sort, whether it was sustained in a car accident, a slip and fall on someone else’s property or any other case when someone else… Read more