Hello Teachers! Here is everything you need to know about the giveaway along with a list of all registered teachers! Zanes Law’s 8th Annual School Supply Giveaway: Date: Saturday, August 4th Time: 8:30am-10:00am (you may arrive anytime between those times) WHERE: Our office! 3501 E. Speedway Blvd. Tucso
Driver Safety: What you need to know during Arizona’s monsoon season Arizona drivers beware: Monsoon season is well underway and driver safety should be top of mind. A monsoon is a large-scale change in weather pattern characterized by thunder, lightning, heavy rainfall, flash floods, high winds, dust storms, extreme heat and even hail. The s
Rental Car Accident: What You Need to Know About Insurance Summertime is here, and for many of us that means road trip! If you’re using a rental car, for peace of mind, you’ll want reassurance that you’re going to be fully covered by insurance in the event of a rental car accident. But with the […]
What to Do After an Out-of-State Car Accident The Phoenix car crash lawyers at Zanes Law know that an out-of-state car accident can bring double the stress of an accident that was closer to home. It can mean having to take your car somewhere unfamiliar for repairs or dealing with another motorist who lives elsewhere. […]
Study Suggests Crash-Prevention Technology Can Make a Big Difference in Reducing Car Crashes For your next car, should you buy one with driver-assist technology? Or is it just all hype? According to an Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) study, it’s definitely notmere hype and certain technologies are helpful in reducing car crashes.
Car Crash Risks & Heatwaves Extremely Hot Weather is Associated with an Increased Risk of a Car Crash As temperatures rise in Phoenix, your risk of a car crash may increase as well. That is what Spanish researchers found. In a 2015 study,risk of motor vehicle accidents increased on heat wave days. Particularly with regard […]
How Installing a Car Seat Improperly Can Lead to Injury As a personal injury lawyer in Phoenix I see first hand the injuries that children suffer in car accidents. I also see how instaling a car seat properly can save lives and prevent injuries. Unfortunately, many parents don’t put much thought into installing a car […]
Filing A Car Accident Report With The Police In Arizona—Dos And Don’ts If you have a car accident in Arizona, it’s important to know what to do and how filing a car accident report with the Arizona police works. Here are some dos and don’ts to keep in mind.
Everything You’ve Ever Wondered About Parking Lot Car Accidents Astonishingly, one in every five car accidents takes place in a parking lot. Of all car accident insurance claims, 14% are parking lot car accidents.
A Phoenix Car Accident Lawyer’s Input on Avoiding Car Accidents and Hands-free Cell Phone Usage Everyday in Phoenix there are hundreds of car accidents. So let’s focus on avoiding car accidents in the cell phone age. Most of us accept the idea that it’s safer to chat on a hands-free device while driving than to [&helli
Phoenix Car Accidents – Input From a Phoenix Car Accident Lawyer Neglecting to Use Turn Signals Properly Contributes to Hundreds of Phoenix Car Accidents. It seems like such an easy thing for a driver to do: Hit the signal before executing a turn. However, according to research at the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) improper […]
A Tucson Car Accident Attorney’s Take on the Tragedy of Backup Automobile Accidents The tragedy of backup automobile accidents is real and significant. Working as a car accident lawyer in Tucson and Phoenix I have seen this firsthand. Any auto accident involving injury or death is tragic, but backup automobile accidents can be particularly he
Phoenix car accident lawyers discuss technology and Phoenix car accident prevention Two amazing developments that can revolutionize auto safety are now having a significant impact on both the auto industry and on Phoenix car accident prevention. Technologies that seemed far-fetched or prohibitively expensive a decade or two ago are now federally-ma
Phoenix personal injury lawyer’s thoughts on sharing the road with autonomous self-driving cars While the flying cars depicted in The Jetsons may be a project for the next generation, the advent of GM’s autonomous self-driving cars, slated for release in 2019, has made autonomous automobiles a reality. GM’s surprising announcement
Zanes Law Tucson Car Accident Lawyers Know That Distracted Drivers Cause Car Accidents To combat the dangers of distracted driving, many states have outlawed the use of cell phones while driving, and a single distracted driving ticket can be enough for your auto insurer to drop your policy. This is because distracted drivers cause car […]
Zanes Law Phoenix accident lawyer discusses the major accident stories of 2017. Each year, millions of Americans are involved in auto accidents, but few of these crashes make national news. With 2017 in our collective rear view mirror, as a Phoenix auto accident lawyer I think that it is important to reflect and glean some […]
Tucson Car Accident Attorney’s Six Tips For Safe Holiday Driving The AAA reports that traffic increased by 54 percent during Thanksgiving week in 2016, making these days some of the busiest travel days of the year. If you decide to hit the road during high-traffic days, consider these Tucson car accident attorney’s six tips for [&hellip
Social Host Liability: Your Legal Responsibilities To Guests At Your Home You cleaned the bathrooms and stocked the fridge for your guests. What else should you do in order to provide a safe environment and avoid social host liability? Have you inspected your home for potential hazards like slippery sidewalks? According to the Consumer Product [&he
A Holiday Car Accident: Facts, Figures, and, Sadly, Fatalities About 91 percent of holiday travelers drive to their destinations, reports the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT). If you’re one of those travelers, consider several holiday traffic facts, figures and, sadly, fatalities as you prepare to travel safely and avoid bei
The Dangers of Driving Tired: How Dangerous Is It? While driving home from work, a car drifts into your lane. At first, you think the other driver may be driving drunk, but you realize he’s “driving tired.” But let’s review the research—which basically has found that fatigued driving is just as dangerous as driving und
Weatherproofing Your Car and Home for Winter (Yes, Even in Arizona) In 2015, 143 people suffered injuries on snowy Arizona roads, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. Additionally, the U.S. Fire Administration reported that 28 people died in residential fires. Prepare for these and other winter risks when you weatherproof your veh
Intersection Car Accidents: Statistics, Causes and Possible Solutions While many intersection car accidents occur in metro areas where high-density neighborhoods, numerous businesses and pedestrian traffic converge, any intersection can be dangerous. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that 40 percent of crashes typic
The Most Common Injuries on College Campuses College is a thrilling experience, but can be dangerous. Although it’s a time for young men and women to explore new intellectual terrain, discover latent passions, meet lifelong friends and experiment in a safe environment, all college students need to be aware of the injuries on college campuses
Causes of Tire Defect Car Accidents Every year, 33,000 tire defect car crashes injure 19,000 people reports the National Transportation Safety Board. Protect yourself and others on the road by becoming aware of common tire defects that can affect your safety.
As A Phoenix Car Accident Lawyer I See Too Many Tailgating Car Accidents. Tailgate parties at the big game are fun, but tailgating on the road is another story. When a driver follows another vehicle too closely, everyone on the road is at risk, and this practice is deadly. From 2012 to 2014, rear-end crashes killed 5,100 […]
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