Property owners have a duty to ensure that their guests and visitors are safe on their premises. Unfortunately, there are times when property owners fail to uphold their duty, which can lead to severe patron injuries. There are various ways that people can sustain injuries when they are on another person’s property.
Rear-end vehicle accidents are not uncommon throughout the state of Arizona. However, there tends to be a general consensus that rear-end accidents are not serious. Often, nothing could be further from the truth. The unfortunate reality is that rear-end accidents can cause significant injuries, including whiplash, severe sprains and strains, traumatic brain injuries, and more.
Whiplash is an injury that must be taken seriously. There are various ways that residents and visitors throughout Arizona can sustain whiplash injuries. In general, whiplash occurs anytime there is a sudden and rapid back and forth jerking of the body due to an outside impact.
Vehicle accidents are not uncommon throughout the state of Arizona. According to the state Department of Transportation, there were nearly 130,000 total vehicle collisions during the latest reporting year across the state. Unfortunately, nearly 54,000 people were injured and 982 people lost their lives.
Driving without insurance is a risky proposition in Arizona. If a driver in this state decides to operate without insurance, they could face a multitude of consequences. This can include traffic citations, major fines, license suspensions, and a requirement to purchase an expensive SR-22 certificate.