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With Easter approaching, our Tucson personal injury lawyers want to wish you a happy and safe holiday.
We also want to share a few tips on how to reduce the chances of an injury or accident.
Easter egg hunts are a ton of fun for the little ones as well as parents. However, these exciting events also have the potential to be quite dangerous. Our Phoenix personal injury legal team wants to make sure that you enjoy them to the fullest without being hurt.
With spring in the air and Easter just around the corner, the fun is only getting started. But the last thing you want is an injury holding you back from enjoying the Easter festivities.
Here are some helpful tips from our Bullhead City Personal injury lawyers to help you avoid common accidents and injuries during this very exciting time of year.
When you’re vacationing out-of-state, you might be unsure what kind of legal recourse you have. While you may be able to sue the person or business that caused your injury in your home state, you usually must sue in the state where the injury occurred.
However, any sudden mechanical failures, especially brake, steering and engine failures, on Florida’s high-speed motorways can result in serious personal injuries or even death.
St. Patrick’s Day is a day of celebration and fun for many. It’s a day to relax, celebrate with friends and enjoy holiday fun and festive traditions.
However, it’s also (unfortunately) common for party goers to have a little bit too much to drink and then get behind the wheel.
As Valentine’s Day draws near, love is in the air, but romantic dinners often lead to more alcohol-related arrests and car accidents than you might think.
Any time there are fewer accidents on the road than expected, a state and its officers are sure to celebrate. That's the case now in Iowa, a state very proud to say it had a low number of accidents and arrests over the final holiday weekend of the year.
“Our complacency is killing us,” said Deborah A.P. Hersman, president and CEO of the National Safety Council. “One hundred deaths every day should outrage us. Americans should demand change to prioritize safety actions and protect ourselves from one of the leading causes of preventable death.”
Interestingly, because New Year's Eve often leads to intoxication and is a holiday where many people don't work in the health care sector, New Year's Day is actually one of the most dangerous days in the year to go to the hospital; if you're involved in an accident, you're at a higher risk of death due to fewer staff members being on call.
However you plan to ring in 2017, we want you to enjoy a safe and injury free New Year’s Eve. That is why our Arizona personal injury attorneys and legal staff put together the following safety list of do’s and don’ts.
Individuals driving under the influence are not aware of their surroundings, tend to drive over the speed limit, make lane changes without signaling which can cause accidents. Drunk drivers during the holidays tend to drive at night as they leave holiday parties or family gatherings; decreased visibility in conjunction with impaired vision is a recipe for disaster.
The holidays can be a very stressful time of year for those traveling on the road. Whether you are traveling near or far, it is important to keep in mind these basic safety tips to ensure you arrive safe and enjoy this wonderful time with friends and family.
Holiday road trips should be fun and relaxing, and they often are. Unfortunately, however, they can also result in disaster. Any type of travel increases your risk of involvement in an accident, and statistics consistently indicate that accidents spike around the holidays due to factors like more drunk drivers on the road and heavier traffic.
When it comes to the holidays, parking lots are a danger zone. There are many people walking between vehicles and in the roads, and you have to be careful to back out when no traffic is coming. Carts and other hazards can be present as well.
So what is the safest way to travel during the holiday season? Whether you need to book a flight today or start prepping the family car for tomorrow, it’s always better to prepare, stay safe and arrive alive.
At Lerner and Rowe, our Phoenix personal injury attorneys and legal team want all adults and children to enjoy a safe and injury free Halloween. That is why we put together the following Halloween pedestrian injury prevention tips.
“5 to Drive” National Teen Driver Safety Week (October 16th – 22nd) is the perfect time to talk to your teen about safe driving habits and Arizona teen driver laws.
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