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Author Archives: Derick Runion

Slip and Fall Accidents Are a Leading Cause of Brain Injuries

  Slip and fall accidents are the number one cause of brain injuries in the United States. A person with traumatic brain injury can sustain millions of dollars in expenses related to his injury over the course of lifetime. Slip … Continue reading

Who Can Claim Damages in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Arizona?

  A death in the family can be a traumatic event, and no compensation could ever make up the loss. However, when the death is the result of someone else’s negligence, survivors of the deceased can recover compensation for their … Continue reading

Injuries from Unsecured Objects: The Hidden Danger in Your Car

  A vastly underestimated injury risk to you in an auto accident lies not outside your car, but in it. Unsecured objects, lying around in a car without being tethered, anchored, or restrained properly, cause hundreds of injuries, and even fatalities … Continue reading

Can I Claim Damages in a Pedestrian Accident if I was at Fault?

  Pedestrians who have suffered injuries can claim damages, even if they were at least partly at fault in an accident. Pedestrians are some of the most vulnerable people on our roads. Phoenix’s weather means that people here enjoy walking … Continue reading

Who is liable for a dog bite in Arizona?

  Over the next few weeks, the risk of dog bites, especially those involving children, will increase sharply in Arizona. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are approximately 4 million dog bites occurring across the country … Continue reading