Phoenix Personal Injury Law Blog – Breyer Law Offices, P.C.
When you take your kids to a public city park, you know they are safe because you are keeping them in your sight at all times and making sure that they are not doing anything dangerous. But what about when you’re not there; not able to watch your child’s every move? Read the rest »
There’s good news for residents of Scottsdale who want to add a little more “pop” to their holiday celebrations. The Arizona Legislature has adopted House Bill 2008, which allows for the sale, purchase, and use of fireworks.
For those who are excited about “lighting the candle,” there are still some regulations pertaining to when and where fireworks may be used. Read the rest »
Going to live events, such as the Fear the Walking Dead attraction on Fremont Street in Las Vegas, can be a lot of fun, but there is always the potential for injury. People who are scared, even those scared on purpose, can behave in ways that are inconsiderate of the safety of others.
It is up to the proprietors of a funhouse, haunted house, or other event to make sure guests are safe and able to have fun without fear of injury. When an injury does occur at a Las Vegas attraction, then the owners of the event may be responsible. Read the rest »
By now, everyone is aware of just how dangerous it is to leave children in a hot car. But year after year, local law enforcement agencies still receive calls about children left in hot cars. In Arizona, anyone who leaves a child in a hot car could face felony charges in addition to suffering through a horrific tragedy such as the death of a child. Read the rest »
Twilight is the time of day between daylight and darkness. So while it’s not entirely light out, it’s not entirely dark either. When you add to that the fact that the sun is rising or setting (in your eyes), it’s easy to see why twilight causes problems for drivers. This is a time of day (or rather, two times a day) when many car accidents are seen in and around Arizona, so here are tips to keep you safe. Read the rest »
It’s summer, and that means it’s time for kids and adults alike to spend as much time as they can splashing, laughing, and playing in the pool. But while pools are a great way to cool down in the searing Arizona heat, they can also present a number of dangers.
Drownings are more likely during summer months when people crowd into public pools and local water spots to escape the heat. While swimming together can be a fun way to spend time with the family, there are many risks in the water, and conditions can change in a flash! Arizona isn’t immune to flash floods or other dangers, so here are a few tips to consider before spending a “day at the lake.” Read the rest »
One of the most commonly used objects in today’s society is also one of the most dangerous…the car. It is not necessarily the car that is the dangerous part, but the person behind the wheel. Since using the car is too integral to our everyday lives to give it up, it is important to understand what makes cars (or the people driving the cars) so dangerous. Read the rest »
Are wrongful death damages limited to funeral expenses? No.
But there are too many victims who settle for a limited amount that only covers funeral expenses. This small settlement doesn’t cover the myriad of other bills that typically come in after a wrongful death, and can leave the family struggling to carry on financially after a loss. This is tragic and doesn’t give the family space to grieve their loved one. Read the rest »
Going for a ride at night can be a great way to relieve the stress of the day. Driving carefully, however, is perhaps more important at night than during the day: poor visibility and slowed reactions caused by being tired can put your in danger. Read the rest »