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April 2019 Archives

Truckers in a hurry can be a safety threat for all motorists

Semitrailers and large commercial transport vehicles play a critical role in Arizona's economy. The men and women who drive trucks are responsible for transporting important goods and products across the country, but they must also adhere to specific rules and regulations. Many of these regulations pertain to how many hours these drivers can be behind wheel without a break or time off from the rigors of driving.

Car accident leaves 10-year-old boy in critical condition

Getting into a car accident is a common occurrence in modern life. No matter how frequently it happens, though, a car crash is never a small matter for anyone who is seriously injured as a result of one. A person's life could change in an instant, all due to someone else's carelessness. This appear to be the case for a child who was injured in a recent car accident here in Arizona.

Three local attorneys added to Super Lawyers Rising Stars

At David Shapiro Law PLLC, we are proud to announce that all three of our attorneys, David Carey Shapiro, Colby Scott Wells and Heather E. Bushor, were added to the Super Lawyers list for 2019. This is a significant milestone for our firm, and we feel it represents the quality service we provide to our clients.

Car accident injures 4, including 3 children

Most parents would do whatever it takes to protect their children. Unfortunately, there are many dangers in the world that are outside of a parent's control. Car crashes fall into this category, as most parents are careful to teach their children to wear a seat belt and practice proper safety measures while in and around vehicles. However, parents cannot stop other drivers from behaving negligently. This may have been the case in a recent car accident here in Arizona that left a woman and three children injured.

Car accidents: State Senate considers distracted driving bill

Most people know just how dangerous using a cellphone can be while driving. Several states and local governments have passed laws forbidding people from using cellphones during the operation of a motor vehicle. The Arizona Senate recently passed a bill that makes it a crime for a driver to hold a mobile device while a vehicle is moving. Some lawmakers are concerned that this bill doesn't go far enough. Another Senate bill seeks to limit distracted driving overall, in the hopes that it will curtail the amount of car accidents.

Potential product liability related to children's cough syrup

Arizona parents trust that the products they buy for their children are safe. Generally, products meant for children have been through rigorous testing and have a high set of standards manufacturers must adhere to according to regulations. Unfortunately, there are times when a dangerous product still makes its way to the market, resulting in the potential for products liability claims if someone is harmed. This could have been the outcome of a recent product recall issued by the Food and Drug Administration.

Are you a victim of the increase in pedestrian accidents?

As a college student, you spend a lot of time walking to class, the library, coffee shops and many more places. Maybe you do not have a car, or it is simply easier and healthier for you to travel by foot on campus and the surrounding area. While traveling by foot might be better for your health, it is not necessarily better for your safety. According to experts, pedestrian accidents are at a new 30-year high.

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