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Posted on 07-04-2012 in Personal Injury

INEXPERIENCED CONTRACTORS MAY INSPIRE RISK OF INJURY OR DEFECT

With the recent economic downturn, the construction industry has been hit especially hard. To stay afloat financially in the weak economy, many contractors have moved beyond their specialties and accepted new types of projects in unfamiliar areas of expertise. Due to this lack of experience, contractors, their subcontractors, clients and employees are increasingly facing heightened…

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Posted on 05-14-2012 in Personal Injury

PROPOSED BILL IN ARIZONA AIMS TO INCREASE CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY

The Arizona State Senate is currently considering a bill designed to enhance the safety of children in vehicles. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommends a booster seat requirement for children of certain ages in cars, and Arizona is one of only three states that do mandate this recommendation. The proposed law would require that…

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Posted on 04-06-2012 in Personal Injury

EFFORTS TO EMPHASIZE ACCOUNTABILITY IN CSA SCORES ARE PUT IN PARK

On behalf of Israel & Gerity, PLLC posted in Motor Vehicle Safety on Friday, April 6, 2012. In an effort to improve safety in the trucking industry, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) began using a new compliance program in 2010 – Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA). The CSA program is intended to lower the…

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Posted on 03-20-2012 in Personal Injury

CONSTRUCTION DEFECT ISSUES REQUIRE BROAD LEGAL KNOWLEDGE

Attorneys are often called upon to bring together many different areas of law when serving their clients. Nowhere is that more apparent than when dealing with construction defects. For individuals and businesses, it’s an area that can be incredibly frustrating, as they try to cope with everything from the visible (like cracks in walls) to…

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Posted on 10-20-2011 in Personal Injury

CONSTRUCTION DEFECTS: IMPORTANT ARIZONA HOMEOWNER WARRANTY RIGHTS

By Kyle Israel of Israel & Gerity, PLLC posted in construction defects on Thursday, October 20, 2011. As someone who has practiced construction law for nearly two decades, I routinely receive calls from homeowners who live in homes that are just over two years old where the builder refuses to fix shoddy construction also referred…

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