Year: 2014

Posted on 12-23-2014 in Personal Injury

Phoenix Accident Victims & Impact of Brain Injuries

Sustaining a brain injury can be a life changing event for people in Phoenix, Glendale, Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, Litchfield Park, Goodyear, Sun City and surrounding areas. When a brain injury occurs, the victim suffers immediate health consequences that will have a profound impact on health. The injury can also result in permanent damage to the brain…

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Posted on 11-26-2014 in Personal Injury

Preventing Thanksgiving Crashes In Phoenix

Thanksgiving is a time for celebrating the holidays with friends and family. Because around 43.4 million people traveled at least 50 miles from home over 2013 and AAA reports around 44 million traveled this distance over the holiday in 2012, it is also a time when there are many more people on the roads than…

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Posted on 10-27-2014 in Personal Injury

Protecting Kids in Phoenix Collisions

When children are in a vehicle collision, the use of a car seat can make a significant difference in whether the child is injured or killed. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), motor vehicle accidents are the top cause of fatalities for young children. However, the use of a car seat…

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Posted on 09-22-2014 in Personal Injury

Phoenix Seniors at Risk of Nursing Home Fall Injuries

In the United States, there are 40 million people aged 65 and older. According to News Max Health, one-third of this group of people take eight or more prescription medications. With so many seniors taking prescription drugs, it is essential to understand the full impact that prescription medications can have on their health. This is…

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Posted on 08-21-2014 in Personal Injury

Arizona’s Super Extreme DUI Aims to Prevent Drunk Driving Collisions

A Phoenix Sun’s player was recently arrested in Arizona for “super extreme DUI.” At the time of the arrest, his blood-alcohol concentration (BAC) registered at .201 on a preliminary breath test that was administered in the field. This is significantly above the .08 percent blood-alcohol concentration that renders someone intoxicated in the eyes of the…

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