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December 2016 Archives

Treatments found to reduce infections in burn injuries

While most individuals in Arizona and elsewhere will be involved in some sort of accident, only some will endure the tremendous pain and suffering involved in a severe accident. Such a tragedy is likely to result in serious injuries, such as a burn injury. While these injuries are survivable in most cases, the pain and recovery path can be excruciating. Therefore, burn injury victims are likely to use various healing and treatment methods.

How do you prove negligence in a pedestrian crash on interstate?

In Arizona, it is not uncommon for motorists to encounter pedestrians in parking lots, city streets and residential areas. Travelers on foot frequent these areas because they can move on foot easily. One area that motorists do not expect to see pedestrians is on the interstate. However, there are many reasons for a pedestrian to be on an interstate, making it possible to hold a motorist liable in a pedestrian accident.

Teen girl injured in Tucson pedestrian accident

While motorists in Arizona do not have to worry about winter weather generating hazardous road conditions, drivers do have to be cautious of an increase of motorists and pedestrians during this time of year. Whether traveling on a major roadway, on a city street or in a residential area, drivers have a duty to drive carefully. This duty is not only owed to other drivers but to pedestrians in the area.

The most common causes of truck accidents

Now that we have entered the holiday season, residents in Arizona have likely placed all of their gift orders and are patiently awaiting their delivery. And due to an influx in online gift orders, companies across the nation attempt to meet these demands on a timely basis. This in turn causes a large number of semi-trucks, tractor-trailer trucks and box trucks on the roadways. Such a situations generates an increased concern for truck accidents.

Can a DUI charge be used to hold a drunk driver liable?

Although the Thanksgiving celebrations have come and gone, the concern of drunk drivers remains for residents in Arizona and elsewhere. Unfortunately, during the winter holiday season, motorists and passengers have to be cautious and weary of this typical negligent driver due to the increase of holiday parties and celebrations. Although being in a drunk driving accident can be devastating for victims, there are ways and mechanisms for injured victims to hold a drunk driver liable.

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