If you or somebody you care about is involved in a vehicle accident caused by the careless or negligent actions of someone else, you should be able to recover various types of compensation. This includes coverage of medical bills and lost wages, and this should also include compensation for any property damaged as a result of the incident.
Anytime you get behind the wheel of a vehicle, chances are you will have to yield the right of way to someone else on the roadway. This can include yielding to other vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists, commercial trucks, etc. Arizona has several laws pertaining to the right of way in place to help prevent vehicle accidents.
If you are the passenger inside of a vehicle involved in an accident, you should be able to recover compensation for your injuries and other losses. However, the process of securing compensation in these situations can seem confusing. Here, we want to discuss the steps that you should take if you are injured as a passenger in a vehicle accident in Arizona.
Vehicle accidents can be chaotic and confusing experiences, especially if you are driving a rental vehicle at the time an accident occurs. Do you know what steps to take if you get into an accident while operating a rental vehicle? Will your insurance cover your losses?
Drunk driving in the United States has long been identified as dangerous, responsible for over 10,000 traffic deaths every year.
At Gerber Injury Law, we recognize this serious issue and worked with 1Point21 Interactive to analyze all alcohol-related fatal crashes in the United States from 2000-2019.