Car accident victims not only have to deal with recovering from their physical injuries but must also contend with the stress and anxiety caused by the accident. This stress can cause huge complications in their life, which could have lasting effects. Read to learn more about how Gage Mathers can help with car accident stress and anxiety.
Arizona takes this irresponsible conduct seriously by making it a Class 2 misdemeanor punishable by fines, points on your license, license suspension, and even jail. If you were injured by another person’s reckless driving, you may be entitled to compensation, whether or not the driver was charged and convicted of reckless driving.
If you were injured due to someone else’s negligent or reckless behavior, you might be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and possibly pain and suffering. We recommend hiring an experienced personal injury firm. However, you may choose to file a lawsuit on your own with the steps we have listed.
Distracted driving is the leading cause of all car accidents. Each year there are at least 3,000 deaths due to distracted driving. Distracted driving is also the cause in over 920,000 accidents resulting in over 275,000 injuries. The good news is that distracted driving is almost 100% avoidable.
In 2020, Arizona saw almost 5,000 red-light running crashes and killing 62 people. Arizona law does not consider these “car accidents,” they are homicides and the red light runner will likely be spending years in jail because they did not want to wait 2 minutes.
One of the best things you can do for your potential claim is to keep a documented pain assessment tracker. Make sure you have all the information for a successful lawsuit.
Everyone who owns a car in Arizona needs insurance that will cover them for property damage, medical bills, and potential liability. There are 8 types of car insurance that you can purchase to help protect yourself and your property.
Why am I getting Muscle Spasms after a Car Accident? After a car accident, overstretched and damaged neck or back muscles cause muscle spasms. This causes inflammation and swelling, which irritates local nerves, and causes pain.
Most people have heard the term “whiplash” used in reference to injury from a car accident, but they may not know what it means. This guide briefly explains what whiplash is, how you get it, symptoms, and the most common treatment.
The holidays are finally here! Many of us are eager to get out and visit family and friends. Whether you’re going by car or plane, here are a few safety tips to help ensure you and your loved ones travel safely this season.
Scientists at the Wyss Institute and Harvard recently published findings that special massages, known as mechanotherapy, help injured muscles recover stronger and faster than untreated muscles.
Pre-existing conditions present a challenge when you’ve been in a car accident. Sometimes the pre-existing condition is unaffected, but more of the time the condition is either aggravated or worsened.
If an uninsured driver caused your car accident, your uninsured motorist (UM) coverage is there to protect you, if you have it.
You may not need a car accident lawyer to help with simple claims when you did not suffer injuries. However, there are several reasons why you would benefit from hiring a personal injury attorney.