There’s only one more month till the Easter bunny comes to town and that means a whole list of things are about to happen around your neighborhood: more people on the roads and the sidewalks for Easter egg hunts and treasure hunts, parties in the backyard, kids playing sports on the lawns of the neighborhood, barbecue parties, swimming parties, and hordes of other activity that could result in an Arizona personal injury accident. Fortunately, your Easter weekend and holiday doesn’t have to be filled with injuries and mayhem. In fact, it can be filled with happy, smiling faces, colored eggs, and prizes, without a single injury in sight. All you have to do is follow a few tips to keep everyone at your party healthy, happy, and hopping along. Read the rest »
Arizona Personal Injury Blog – Breyer Law Offices, P.C.
If you’re a semi truck driver in Tempe, trucking safety should be among the most important things you think about every day, and especially every time you get in your rig. The trouble is that we’re all so busy and so eager to get to where we are going that we forgo safety in the name of speed. And that goes double for truckers, who are always on a deadline and whose jobs depends on them getting to where they have to go on time.
Some of the most important things you can do, though, to immediately increase your safety factor and reduce your risk of being involved in a truck accident include the following (but aren’t limited to them!). Read the rest »
As a big rig driver, you have the responsibility to prevent each and every flagstaff trucking accident that comes your way. Unfortunately for many truck drivers, the possibility of causing an accident is always present on the road, although it is preventable for the most part. If you’re a truck driver who wants to do whatever you can to prevent putting yourself, and other drivers, in harm’s way, there’s something that you can do. All you need to do is keep the following safety tips in mind. Read the rest »
Your recent Gilbert motorcycle crash and the injuries that came with it likely have you feeling on the down side of life. In fact, whether your injuries are recent or happened more than two or three months, or even longer, ago, you may be feeling hopeless and helpless. And it isn’t easy to overcome those feelings, especially if you haven’t been able to get the help that you need to make your recovery. Here are five tips that can get you back on track and make you feel stronger than before. Read the rest »
This weekend, make sure you’ve got a game plan, no matter what’s ahead of you. Whether you’re heading out to brave the stores, hanging out with friends or family, or heading off to a vacation spot or a daytrip destination, here are some of the best ways you can beat the traffic, beat the frustration, and beat it to wherever you’re going.
- Plan ahead. Nothing spells disaster like thinking that you can leave at your normal time. If you’re heading out during the weekend, plan an extra 30 to 60 minutes into your commute. This way, you’ll make it to your destination in time even in heavy traffic. Read the rest »
It’s a fact that not every collision that happens in Phoenix needs an attorney. Fender benders, or minor accidents, can usually be settled through the auto insurance companies with just a statement from each motorist. But when you’re a motorcycle rider, the likelihood that you will walk away from a crash with just damage to your bike is slim. You will more than likely sustain considerable injuries. Even then, why can’t you settle through the insurance company? While it is an option, there are reasons why you should consider speaking with an attorney instead: Read the rest »
Chances are you’re going to hit the road this weekend, so you’ll want to brush up on your Arizona safe driving tips. Whether you’re driving during the day or night, there will probably be many motorists sharing the road with you, and not all of them may be good drivers. To keep yourself and your passengers safe, keep the following tips in mind every time you’re behind the wheel:
- Give yourself plenty of time to get where you’re going. Whether you’ve decided to embark on a trip, or you’re headed to another part of the state for the day, plan an extra hour or two to get where you’re going. This will limit your frustrations caused by the heavy traffic, and will also make it easier to remind yourself that you don’t have to speed, cut in and out of traffic, or try to force other motorists to go faster. Read the rest »
At all times during the weekend, frustrated drivers, speeding drivers, road rage drivers, and drunk drivers are out in full force, and the latter could put you at serious risk for being involved in an Arizona drunk driving accident. If you’re worried about being involved in a collision with a drunk driver, there are ways that you can prevent it. You could always stay inside and enjoy the nice, long weekend from the comfort of your bed. But if you have other plans, and those plans include going outside and having fun, especially at night, then you’ll need to get acquainted with methods for keeping yourself and your passengers safe. Here are some questions you should ask yourself before hitting the road. Read the rest »
As gas prices get cheaper, people are travelling more frequently than before. If you have a trip coming up anytime soon, remember to take a minute to check your list twice and ensure you’re packing the right clothing and other objects, no matter where you’re headed.
- Clothing. When you live in Arizona it might be easy to forget that it’s one of the few states where it stays warm year round. Parts of Phoenix remain as high as 65 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit in winter. Just one state to the north is Utah, where temperatures around winter have been known to drop to -30 degrees Fahrenheit or lower. Remember, if you’re headed somewhere where rain and snow are a normal part of Winter, you should pack warm clothes from storage, not the same shorts and flip flops you keep in the closet year round. Read the rest »
Even non-parents know that children are bound to get a bruise, scrape, cut, or two (or ten) throughout their lives, but when it comes to more serious Cave Creek child injuries, prevention is key in making certain that kids stay safe and out of harm’s way until they’re old enough to recognize danger and make safe choices. While you can’t watch the children under your care at all times (unless you’re having a staring contest), you can employ some of these tactics to help reduce the risk that they will be involved in a serious accident or suffer painful injuries. Read the rest »