Being involved in a vehicle accident can be a scary experience, particularly if there are any injuries. However, if you are in an accident when there are no injuries, it is likely that you will still be left with significant expenses.
The number one goal of traffic laws is to ensure that everybody remains safe on the roadway. There are various laws that drivers in Arizona must abide by, including those related to speed. Speed limits are in place for a reason.
Operating an ATV can be an exhilarating experience. These vehicles are particularly useful when trying to reach off-road locations. ATVs have been increasing in popularity throughout Arizona. Unfortunately, accidents involving ATVs often result in severe injuries for riders and passengers. Even when ATV riders are wearing helmets and other protective gear, they are incredibly vulnerable to collisions and rollovers.
If you or somebody you care about has been involved in a vehicle accident, we sincerely hope that the police came to the scene and conducted an investigation. A police report is an integral piece of evidence used by insurance carriers and other parties when working to determine how compensation should be paid out.
If you or a loved one are involved in a vehicle accident caused by the careless or negligent actions of another driver, you will very likely be able to recover compensation for your injuries and other losses. However, securing only some compensation is different from securing the maximum compensation that you are entitled to.