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How to Take Control of Your Coolidge Motorcycle Accident Recovery

By Breyer Law Offices on October 22, 2014

If you were involved in a Coolidge motorcycle accident, what would you do? Would you call the insurance company and rely on them to take care of you? Let the doctors tell you everything to do and just go with it? Change your life and even move out of your home so that you could afford the costs of your recovery? None of these sound like very good options, and yet, many motorcycle riders who are involved in collisions think that things have to be this way.

Instead of just being a doormat after you’ve been struck by a motorist on the roads of Coolidge, we suggest that you become proactive and make your recovery your primary focus. Being involved in every aspect of your recovery can help you make it all the way through to the finish, and back to your life, much sooner than you ever thought possible. Here are some of the easiest aspects of your recovery that you can take control of right now to make your life, and your recovery, much easier to bear. Read the rest »

Posted in: Motorcycle Accident

5 Mistakes Great Arizona Bicycle Riders Never Make

By Breyer Law Offices on October 17, 2014

Arizona Bike AccidentThe truth is that all Arizona bicycle riders make mistakes because like everyone else, cyclists are just people. But the fact of the matter is that when you look at certain cyclists on the road, you just know that they’ve never been at risk for an accident involving a motor vehicle, and if you’re a cyclist, or you know one, then you want to know what they know. And that’s why we’ve put together a list of the top five mistakes we don’t typically see the best, and least likely to be involved in a collision, cyclists make on the streets of Arizona. Check them out and weigh them against the mistakes and decisions you make when you’re out riding to see if you can make a change to make yourself a little safer. Read the rest »

Posted in: Bicycle Accident

What You’re Missing in Your Avondale Drunk Driving Accident Prevention Plan

By Breyer Law Offices on October 15, 2014

Every Avondale drunk driving accident that happens is a tragedy, and if you or someone you know has been involved in one of these incidents, you’ll stop at nothing to ensure that it doesn’t happen again. Aside from abstaining from drunk driving, you may not know what you can do to prevent drunk driving accidents. Most likely, you’ve formulated a plan for what you’re going to do if you encounter a drunk driver, though, unless you’ve been reading this article, you’ve probably got a few things wrong or missing from your plan all together. Here are some things you should consider before you launch your next plan to protect yourself from drunk drivers. Read the rest »

Why Do Yuma Pedestrian Accidents Happen?

By Breyer Law Offices on October 13, 2014

Yuma pedestrian accidents are becoming more and more common as time goes by, and the statistics for those being injured in crashes throughout the city and throughout the state of Arizona are becoming increasingly alarming. Around 10 people die in the total collisions that happen in Yuma each year and more than 915 are injured in addition, according to reports from the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). And while these may represent all accidents, statewide pedestrian collision statistics are even more telling. Data indicates that more than nearly 160 pedestrians are killed and nearly 1,360 additional pedestrians are injured throughout the state each year in collisions with vehicles. Although these accidents, and the associated injuries and deaths, are on the rise and becoming more common, no victim feels that their accident in common. Read the rest »

Posted in: Pedestrian Accident

How Important Are Driving Laws to Your Arizona Teen Driver?

By Breyer Law Offices on October 10, 2014

Arizona Car CrashWhen you have an Arizona teen driver living in your household, it’s easy to get caught up in setting your own rules about when, how, where and with whom they can drive. And while every family needs to set their own rules for driving safety, it’s also important for parents to recognize that there are state laws that pertain specifically to drivers under the age of 18, too. When you’re making rules for your children as they learn to drive, it’s important to incorporate the law into every discussion you have and use your own rules to supplement the law, instead of making the situation confusing for your kids. Here are some of the most important laws you should understand when it comes to teen drivers in Arizona before you make your own rules. Read the rest »

Posted in: Auto Accident

Keep Your Tempe Child Safe from Injury during the Holidays

By Breyer Law Offices on October 8, 2014

Tempe child injuries can increase during the holidays due to heightened excitement, unfamiliar homes, and new toys. In a party or other festive event, supervision may be relaxed and children may be more apt to go exploring and get into areas that aren’t safe for them to be. Children may also want to show off to friends and do things they wouldn’t otherwise do. Here are some precautions to take to keep your loved ones and your guests safe during the holiday season.

Swimming Pools: Keep Them Covered and Fenced

If you have a swimming pool, make sure to keep it covered and fenced so children can’t enter the pool area and accidentally fall in. Drowning can happen within seconds, and it is important to take all necessary precautions to keep children away from bodies of water like pools and ponds. Read the rest »

Posted in: Child Injury

Arizona Teen Drivers Beware: Drive Safe on the Road during the Holidays

By Breyer Law Offices on October 6, 2014

Arizona teen drivers and their parents are well aware, and have been for years, that motorists between the ages of 16 and 19 are more susceptible to car crashes. This isn’t necessarily because they are not good drivers, but instead because they are inexperienced and do not know how to handle bad situations on the road with the same fluency as those motorists who’ve been driving longer. According to the National Safety Council (NSC) accidents, especially deadly ones, involving teen drivers, spike significantly during the holidays. Read the rest »

Posted in: Auto Accident

The Nature of Great Flagstaff Drunk Driving Prevention Behaviors

By Breyer Law Offices on October 3, 2014

Arizona Drunk Driving AccidentWhen you think about Flagstaff drunk driving accidents, you don’t think about how they could impact your life. After all, nothing like that could ever happen to you or someone you love. The trouble is that these types of accidents happen every day, especially to unsuspecting individuals. Even those who drink and drive do not always believe that they can be involved in a collision. That’s what happens when we become too confident in our driving capabilities. Read the rest »

The One Arizona Driving Behavior that Almost Guarantees an Accident

By Breyer Law Offices on October 1, 2014

You’ve been driving on the roads of Arizona for so long that you know every street corner like the back of your hand. You know where an Arizona car crash is most likely to happen and you know just when to swerve to miss every rut, pot hole and other hazard on the road. You know where bicyclists like to ride and where they do and don’t have access to bicycle lanes. And more than that, you’re an excellent driver all around. So why would you need to worry about the possibility of being involved in a car crash? You’re an incredible motorist and you’ve got this driving thing down pat. Read the rest »

Posted in: Distracted Driving

Reducing Your Chances of an Arizona Drunk Driving Accident

By Breyer Law Offices on September 29, 2014

The holidays are coming up, and that means the risk of being involved in an Arizona drunk driving accident will increase. According to reports from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, this year’s numbers showed that there were many more people being caught driving under the influence (DUI) on the roads this year. Reports indicated that officers arrested 534 drivers this year for drunk driving offenses, while slightly more than 420 were arrested for the same offenses last year. These numbers are likely to continue to remain high, as people come together to celebrate the holidays. As a motorist, you have to do what you can to protect yourself against these drivers, and the injuries that come with the accidents they may cause. Here are some of the best ways to do just that. Read the rest »

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