Using Dash Cam Evidence in Your Car Accident Claim

A dash cam is a dashboard camera that can record information, including video footage, about a car accident. You can use this information in settlement negotiations, and often, you can use it in court. Indeed, dash cam footage might make the difference between victory and defeat in your case. What Can a Dash Cam Do? […]

How To Sue a Doctor in Albuquerque

If your doctor has harmed you through medical negligence, you can file a medical malpractice lawsuit against them seeking monetary damages. If the malpractice occurred in Albuquerque, New Mexico state law will govern your claim.  Be careful, though, as New Mexico medical malpractice law is quite complex – you’ll almost certainly need an attorney to […]

Do Cyclists Need To Stop For Stop Signs in Phoenix?

If you are one of the many Arizona residents who bicycle to work or for leisure in Phoenix, you know getting around town can be challenging. Over 700 bicycle accidents occurred in Maricopa County in a recent year, representing nearly 70% of all Arizona bike crashes. While the causes of these accidents vary, cyclists failing […]

Symptoms of a Broken Tailbone

Whether you fracture your tailbone in a car accident, slip and fall incident, or another personal injury accident, your quality of life can suffer in a number of ways. But it’s not always easy to know when you’ve broken your tailbone. Take a closer look at the common symptoms of a broken tailbone. Locating Your […]

Do You Need a Front License Plate in New Mexico?

Navigating the nuances of traffic laws is essential for any driver, as they ensure your safety and keep you compliant with state regulations. Understanding specific requirements, such as whether you need a front license plate in New Mexico, can help you avoid fines and penalties.  New Mexico Does Not Require a Front License Plate New […]

What’s Causing Neck & Lower Back Pain After a Car Accident?

Serious car accidents can be terrifying. One moment, you are driving safely, and the next, you are in pain with no clue what happened. Typically, after a severe injury, you will receive immediate medical attention to evaluate your condition. But what happens when that evaluation comes up short? Even after receiving immediate medical assessment and […]

What Are the Odds of Dying in a Car Crash?

No form of travel is 100% safe. Even walking down the street can present some hazards. No matter how many precautions you take in life, it’s simply not possible to avoid every accident. However, taking proper safety precautions can help you reduce your odds of being in an auto accident, especially a fatal crash.  The […]

What Does Yielding the Right-of-Way Mean? 

“Yielding the right-of-way” is an often misunderstood term. Many Arizona drivers don’t know what it means or how to apply it when driving. Understanding right-of-way laws can help make drivers safer and ensure they know their rights after an accident.  Here’s a look at what yielding the right-of-way means for Arizona drivers. For more traffic […]

How Many Hours Can a Truck Driver Drive in Arizona?

Commercial truck drivers spend long hours on the road. Fatigue and drowsiness can contribute to the cause of large truck accidents. Federal and state laws limit how many hours a truck driver can drive without breaks and rest periods to reduce the risk of fatigued truck driver accidents. Federal Hours of Service Regulations for Commercial […]

Delayed Concussion Symptoms

You depend on your body to tell you when you have been hurt. Pain, discomfort, and other signs and symptoms are your body’s way of telling you something is wrong and needs to be addressed. Without these symptoms, you might never obtain medical treatment, and the underlying injury could worsen. The symptoms associated with a […]