What is a Life Care Plan?

So, let’s talk about life care plans. Some people get well following an accident, some people don’t. If you’re one of those unfortunate people that doesn’t get well and has ongoing problems and tried all forms of care known to mankind, you may need a life care plan. Many lawyers don’t even know what life […]

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Motor Vehicle Versus Pedestrian Deaths on the Rise

Whether you are a runner, or merely enjoying a leisurely stroll around the neighborhood, the most recent statistics published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) show you are at greater risk of injury or death than you were two decades ago. According to data compiled by the Federal government in 2016, nearly 6,000 […]

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How Your Car Can Save Your Life: Things You May Not Know

Strides in modern technology have made cars safer over the decades. Most modern vehicles have systems capable of stopping accidents or reducing the risk of serious injury in a crash. However, according to the Insurance Journal, most motorists are unaware of available safety features.

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Child Car Seat Age Guidelines In Arizona

Arizona has recently enacted new child safety restraint requirements. Learning what is required under the new law can help keep your child safe and can also help you avoid legal issues.  If you have any legal questions or concerns regarding this law, contact the experienced and knowledgeable Phoenix personal injury attorneys at Wattel & York for more information.

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Road Sharing Safety In Arizona

Whether you drive a car in Arizona, ride a bicycle or motorcycle, or are a pedestrian, you should be aware of the road sharing regulations in place for all modes of transportation and how to handle each when you encounter them. Aside from always practicing due diligence to avoid causing an accident, a driver, motorcyclist, bicyclist, or pedestrian should know and obey all traffic laws. If you follow all regulations and guidelines, you will not be considered at fault if an accident does occur.

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