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A lane change is a relatively routine procedure. Most people change lanes at least once each time they get out on the roadway. However, lane changes can lead to severe accidents. Here, we want to discuss who could be at fault in the aftermath of a lane change accident in Arizona. In some cases, only one driver will be at fault for these incidents, but it is entirely possible for more than one driver to be at fault for a lane change crash. Fault in an Arizona Lane Change Accident When a vehicle accident occurs, a police report will…
Vehicle accidents occur with regularity throughout the state of Arizona. In the aftermath of a vehicle accident, law enforcement officials and insurance carriers will conduct an investigation in order to determine fault. However, just because one more driver may be found at fault does not mean that they (or their insurance carriers) will not try to defend themselves against the claim and try to pass liability onto another party involved. The post What are Common Defenses Used in Car Accidents? appeared first on Gerber Injury Law.…
In the aftermath of being involved in a car accident in Arizona, individuals will be faced with a multitude of decisions surrounding the incident. If you or somebody you care about has been injured in a car accident caused by the actions of someone else, you will very quickly have to decide whether or not to accept an injury settlement from the at-fault party’s insurance carrier. Often, you will also be asked to sign various types of release forms leading up to a settlement. Here, we want to discuss whether or not you should sign release forms when asked…
Vehicle accidents are not uncommon throughout the state of Arizona. Anybody who gets behind the wheel of a vehicle knows this. How often do you pass by accidents either on the road or along the roadside? Whether or not you have been involved in an accident recently, would you want to take a guess at the most common causes of vehicle accidents in Arizona? The post What Are the Top 5 Causes of Car Accidents in Arizona? appeared first on Gerber Injury Law.…
Accidents involving larger trucks are often devastating for those inside traditional passenger vehicles. The size and weight of commercial trucks often mean that traditional passenger cars stand no chance when it comes to the impact. It is crucial for victims in these cases to be able to secure compensation for their losses. This includes coverage of their injury expenses as well as property damage losses. Here, we want to discuss the importance of preserving evidence in a truck accident claim as well as how crash victims can preserve this evidence. This is a crucial part in determining liability and ensuring…
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. The post Arizona ATV/OHV Laws appeared first on Gerber Injury Law.…
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. The post What if the Other Driver Does Not Report the Accident? appeared first on Gerber Injury Law.…
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. The post How to Maximize Your Auto Accident Claim Compensation appeared first on Gerber Injury Law.…