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Hiring A Car Accident Attorney: What You Should Know

What is the best step to take when you have been involved in a car accident? While most people will try to ‘negotiate’ their way out of the situation, hiring a car accident attorney would be the right call. Having an attorney by your side can help you recover losses from the accident, as well as reduce the amount of paperwork and hassle associated with car accident cases and insurance claims. Having just the right professional legal backing could make the difference between losing large sums of money in damages and a justly resolved case. Instances When You Need to… Read More

What Steps To Take After The Car Wreck

Majority of the time the car accident cases stem from the negligence. A roadway defect, distracted driver, or defective vehicle part are all typical, preventable reasons of car crashes. When the physical harm, financial loss, and emotional damage is caused due to the mistake of someone else, trust a car accident injury attorney. The auto wreck accidents leave the victim in the hospital, without the working vehicle, and out of work. And if the injuries are serious, then possibly lifetime disability, medical bills, and losing a quality life can be faced. Seek Attorney’s Help If the accident is caused by… Read More

8 Things You Should Know When Being Questioned by Law Enforcement

If you have been brought in for questioning by the authorities in Arizona, there are things that you need to know how to protect yourself. Read on for eight things that you should know when you are being questioned by Arizona law enforcement. Of course, it is recommended to request to speak with your lawyer before questioning by law enforcement. Common law enforcement branches can include: Local Police / County Sheriff’s Office FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigations DEA – Drug Enforcement Administration Homeland Security (including Border Patrol, Immigration and Customs Enforcement) 1. Knowing the Type of Questioning. It is… Read More

What Is The Difference Between A DUI And A DWI In Arizona?

If you or a loved one have been charged with a DUI or a DWI, you may be confused as to the difference between these charges. They have a number of similarities. Not only are they both criminal charges that carry severe penalties, but they both have mandatory sentencing guidelines that could have ripple effects later in life. However, there are a few differences between these charges and how your DUI lawyer might mount a defense. What is the Definition of an Arizona DUI vs. DWI? One of the first steps to understanding these acronyms is understanding their meaning. A… Read More

5 Most Common Car Accident Back Injuries

One of the most common types of injuries victims suffer from car accidents is to the back. With over 2.5 million serious injuries caused each year by car accidents, it’s no surprise back injuries are so very common. Back injuries caused by car accidents can vary from the severe, such as spinal cord injuries, to the minor, like whiplash. Below is a list of the most common back injuries you could suffer if you are ever in a car accident. Whiplash One of the most frequent injuries produced by both minor and major car accidents is whiplash. Whiplash occurs when… Read More

Know About Personal Injury Lead Generation

Getting personal injury leads from the lead generation company is a way a lot of law firms opt because it’s comparatively inexpensive and yields result typically faster than other marketing campaigns. It also has relatively more quantifiable and more tangible aspects. Many PPC firms claim that they provide personal injury leads. However, those leads are of low quality most of the time and won’t help the attorneys to grow their legal practice and to acquire new cases. That is why the focus should be on generating high-quality leads for the clients, after all, they invest to get the best return.… Read More

A Guideline To Defective Hernia Mesh In Medical Malpractice

If you have complications after mesh implantation the lawyers at Percy Martinez Law Firm can help you. According to the recent reports, men and women face serious injuries and suffer illnesses, and serious damages to body tissues after going through mesh repair surgery. Some victims choose to take action by filing a claim against the manufacturers. The repeated painful surgeries and infections impede their activities. Contact the firm if you wish to talk with the lawyer who is familiar with the defective products of hernia mesh. Are You Suffering From these complications? A wide range of complications and injuries are… Read More

Recovering Compensation In A Texas Trucking Crash

Truck accident laws cover personal injuries sustained by occupants of a passenger vehicle as a result of a collision with a commercial freight truck, also known as an 18-wheeler or big rig. Liability in truck crash cases is generally based on the doctrine of negligence and because the negligent party is a professional truck driver, multiple sources of law will apply. These include traffic laws and civil liability rules, as well as regulations of the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).  A common passenger car typically weighs up to 4,000 lbs. whereas semi-trucks potentially… Read More

Summertime Or Vacation Arizona DUI

Visiting Arizona in the summertime provides many opportunities for fun under the sun. Whether you live in the state and spend sunny days enjoying all Arizona has to offer, or travel in from other parts of the country, you face the same potential for Arizona DUI. You also face the famously strict Arizona DUI sentencing guidelines. This is why you need immediate help from an Arizona DUI lawyer, after your arrest. The most likely days for DUI arrest in Arizona or elsewhere throughout the country include summertime holidays of Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day. But any summer… Read More

How A Law Enforcement Officer Perceives A DUI Arrest

Being pulled over by a police officer can be a highly intimidating experience even if the driver feels that he or she has nothing to worry about. The driver then proceeds to ask themselves a litany of internal questions: Was I speeding? Is my tail light not working? Was I swerving? Having had something to drink before getting behind the wheel intensifies the internal questioning, can I pass a Breathalyzer? Did I drink too much? What if he asks me to do field sobriety tests? That being the case, most drivers fail to look at a DUI stop or arrest… Read More