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Who is Liable for a Self-Driving Car Accident?

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Who is Liable for a Self-Driving Car Accident?

Posted On January 27, 2021 In Personal injury

Technology is changing rapidly when it comes to the transportation industry. Automated vehicles are beginning to operate on the roadways, including here in Arizona. As more and more companies pour money into self-driving technology, it is important to understand who can be held liable in the event that an accident occurs involving these vehicles.…

When to Hire a Truck Accident Attorney

Posted On January 25, 2021 In Trucking Accidents

Any vehicle accident can be a scary experience. However, accidents involving large trucks can be particularly devastating and leave victims suffering from catastrophic injuries. The vast majority of vehicle accidents are resolved through a settlement with insurance carriers, but accidents involving trucks usually have added layers of complexity when it comes to who is involved.…

How to Preserve Evidence for a Truck Accident Claim

Posted On January 21, 2021 In Trucking Accidents

If you or somebody you care about is involved in a truck accident caused by the careless or negligent actions of a truck driver or trucking company, you should be able to receive compensation for what happened. However, securing compensation can be incredibly challenging, particularly when going up against aggressive insurance carriers and well-funded trucking companies.…

How Do Insurance Companies Investigate A Car Accident?

Posted On January 19, 2021 In Car Accidents

After a vehicle accident occurs, it is critically important for those involved to receive any compensation they are entitled to. Most vehicle accidents that occur on Arizona roadways are resolved through settlements made by insurance carriers. However, insurance carriers certainly perform their due diligence when working to determine how much compensation to payout.…

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