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What Clients Ask During Their Legal Case

A good injury lawyer should share his or her knowledge with their clients by being available to answer their questions. Also, the lawyer should send a copy of the paperwork produced by the law office to assist in processing the client’s case. This informs the client what is happening. Examples of questions that clients ask: What is my case worth? Does it look like the case will settle, or do I have to go to trial? Will you prepare me so I can answer the questions the other lawyer asks me under oath? What are the problems in my case?… Read More

You Need a Top Experienced Lawyer If You Are In an Accident That Causes Serious Injuries

The reasons? If you can’t work again, you can’t provide for yourself or your family with just an average recovery. You need an experienced attorney to negotiate a sizeable settlement. You need an experienced lawyer who has seen all kinds of cases. Ray Arenofsky has a stockpile of resources to build your case from Day One. Fifty years of experience have helped him accumulate these resources. You need doctors to get well. While you’re healing, Ray and his staff will do 99 percent of the legal work so you can concentrate on getting well. You need a lawyer and staff… Read More

What do you do when you caused an accident and hurt someone in the other vehicle?

First, call 9-1-1 and the police. Then: Tell the police what happened. Call your insurance agent and report the accident. Get whatever medical treatment you require so you can heal. Check to see you have enough insurance for all the injuries you caused in the vehicle you hit. Make sure a good insurance agent reviews your insurance provisions for any accident you cause in the future. Call Ray Arenofsky, an injury lawyer for 50 years with numerous resources. Call 480-345-0444. He will review the circumstances of your collision and tell you what to do. The free consultation will allow you… Read More

How Much Will a Personal Injury Lawsuit Cost Me?

If you feel that you were in a situation that merits a personal injury lawsuit, it is necessary that you understand the costs involved. Personal injury lawsuits are never cheap, both in terms of money and time spent. However, many accidents are worth the investment of time and resources. That’s why if you or someone you love has been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence or misconduct, you may be eligible for compensation in a personal injury lawsuit. For some, the total amount of damages barely covers all the costs involved. For others, the awarded damages far exceed… Read More

What Can I do Following an Orthopedic Injury?

Following an injury, you should always seek medical attention. Even if you cannot make payment immediately, you will have options for payment, especially if you are filing a personal injury claim. If your injury resulted from an accident at which you were not at fault, waiting too long to seek a diagnosis and treatment could eliminate your chances in receiving compensation for your injuries in a personal injury lawsuit. Make sure to keep track of all your medical bills and treatment expenses (including mileage and lost wages) as they will help determine your possible economic compensation in a lawsuit. You… Read More

What are the Most Common Orthopedic Injuries?

When it comes to orthopedic injuries, the damage can be long-term or even permanent. A common misconception about orthopedic injuries is that they only involve broken bones, but this is not always the case. Often, the orthopedic injuries most responsible for chronic pain and ongoing treatment pertain to tendons, ligaments, and discs. Injuries targeting the joints and bones can cause treatment to drag on for years. This can mean mounting medical costs and more time away from work. If you or someone you love has suffered an orthopedic injury as a result of someone else’s negligence, you should speak with… Read More

What Do I Do If I Am Injured by a Defective Product?

Between customer and manufacturer, there is an expectation for how a product should work. When the customer uses a product as one would expect and/or according to the directions and is injured as a result, then the seller/manufacturer is liable for the injury. If you or someone you love has been injured as a result of a defective product, you must seek medical attention right away. Additionally, you should also seek guidance from an experienced defective product attorney. Once you prove in an Arizona court of law that the defective product resulted in injuries and/or property damage, you are eligible… Read More

What Expenses are Considered During a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Knowing what your personal injury case is worth involves keeping a careful record of all medical expenses related to your injury. While medical expenses are just one piece of the total value of damages, many of these costs get overlooked. Working with a local personal injury lawyer will help you keep track of these mounting expenses. If you were injured in an accident where someone else was at fault, you may be eligible for compensation for these medical expenses and more. If you intend to file a personal injury claim, chances are, either your or the other person’s insurance company… Read More

5 Signs You May Have Experienced a Traumatic Brain Injury

One of the most common types of injuries in car and work accidents is a traumatic brain injury, otherwise known as TBI. While not every TBI is severe, all head injuries should be treated immediately. If you or someone you love suffered a TBI at the hands of someone else, you may be eligible for compensation. You should also seek medical attention right away so that your injuries are documented and treated. Unfortunately, it may not be initially apparent that you or someone else has suffered a TBI. However, as soon as the following symptoms begin to show, you should… Read More

What Kind of Licensing Do You Need to Ride a Motorcycle in Arizona?

Any two-wheeled vehicles with engines over 100cc require a motorcycle license. If you are adding a motorcycle license to an existing driver’s license, it is called a motorcycle endorsement. Anyone over 15 ½ years of age is eligible to begin the process of getting a motorcycle license. Licensed drivers 18 years or older seeking a motorcycle endorsement have fewer hoops to jump through. Learner Permits Aspiring motorcyclists under 18 years of age must first have a driver’s permit or license (class G), plus an Arizona motorcycle instruction permit. To qualify for a permit, Arizona Motor Vehicle Services, or MVD, requires… Read More

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