For generations big, yellow buses have been carrying children to and from school. Each day you trust them to carry your most precious cargo, your kids. And the truth is that school buses are designed to be a safe mode … Continue reading

Admit it. You’ve driven while talking or texting on your cell phone. We’ve all done it. We just can’t help ourselves. We need to read an email or check social media. We think it won’t hurt anyone because we’re at … Continue reading

Specific details and identifying information has been changed in order to protect the confidentiality of the settlement agreement. What seemed to be minor injuries resulting from a motorcycle accident turned into much more for our 45-year-old client Mr. G, who … Continue reading

Motorcyclists are reckless and don’t ride safely. We hear that a lot and in most cases, it’s just not true. Motorcyclists are constantly at risk from the environment and drivers around them. The reality is that the road is a … Continue reading

With the temperature (finally) dipping below 100 degrees in Phoenix, it’s prime riding season here in Arizona. And while we know that bumper stickers that say, “Start Seeing Motorcycles” and “Look Twice, Save a Life” are designed to remind car … Continue reading

What you can do if you’re involved in one Semi-truck accidents happen all the time. A study conducted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) found that 73% of large truck accidents involve another vehicle. [Source] The vehicles involved … Continue reading

Specific details and identifying information has been changed in order to protect the confidentiality of the settlement agreement. Our client Ms. M was out shopping on Saturday afternoon at a major chain grocery store when she slipped and fell in … Continue reading

You’re driving your car, obeying the rules of the road. You don’t see it happening. All of a sudden a Phoenix city bus hits you. Now what? City bus accidents are not like auto accidents When you have an auto … Continue reading

Your children leave for the bus stop and you think they’re in good hands. Sadly that’s not always the case. Bus drivers understand they’re carrying precious cargo and do their best to drive safely but accidents can happen. One distracted … Continue reading

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), medical mistakes are the third leading cause of death among Americans, right after heart disease and cancer. If you’ve lost someone you love while in medical care, it may have … Continue reading