Phoenix Personal Injury Law Blog – Breyer Law Offices, P.C.
We were saddened to learn about a recent pedestrian crash that resulted in the death of an elderly man. The crash occurred at Hempstead Drive and Palisades Boulevard early Wednesday morning, October 17, 2018. The driver of the car remained at the scene of the accident, and no other details were released. Read the rest »
Did you know there are nearly 200,000 people in Arizona who use medical marijuana legally under the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act, and some could be legally operating motor vehicles? Read the rest »
Drugs given in daycares aren’t street drugs, but they can still be dangerous. Medicine given for a headache or a cold can have serious consequences for a small child. And when the right dose of prescription medication is not given to a child by daycare staff, it can also have tragic consequences.
Arizona has strict laws about who can administer drugs to children, and when they are allowed to do so. In most cases, caregivers are not allowed to administer any type of medication – but some still do. And that’s a form of daycare abuse. Read the rest »
Automated cars are coming, and quickly. They are being designed, produced, and tested, and a lot of that testing happens in Arizona. Because of this, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey recently signed an executive order to create a group that will work together to research and create guidelines for the testing of autonomous cars in the state. Read the rest »
Thanksgiving is around the corner, and it’s known for being one of the busiest shopping times of the year. For many people, this means increased traffic, longer lines, busier supermarkets, and more potential accidents waiting to happen. You can reduce your wait time, your stress level, and your risk of getting in an accident by avoiding the chaos altogether. Here are some tips: Read the rest »
Yes, it can happen, and it did this weekend. On Sunday, October 7, 2018, a white pickup truck lost control, hurled through the air, and landed right-side up on top of a small sedan. Luckily, everyone involved was wearing a seat belt and no one was killed. Read the rest »
A 65-year-old man died Sunday, September 16, 2018, in Tucson after being hit by a car while waiting for a bus. The car smashed into the bus stop after running a red light. It also rear-ended an SUV, killing the driver inside. Two other victims who were waiting in the bus stop remain hospitalized with serious injuries. The driver who caused all the damage was treated for minor injuries only. Read the rest »
It’s that time of year again! That time when pumpkins come out and ghosts and goblins roam the streets looking for candy. Since 1996, The Husband and Wife Law Team of Mark and Alexis Breyer know there’s no better place to celebrate Halloween with their eight children than in Phoenix!
But everyone becomes too excited, it’s important to review different safety measures that should be taken so the holiday is truly a happy one. Read the rest »
It’s fall, and the festivities have begun! Whether you have a large family or want a fun activity to do with friends, fall is filled with plenty of corn mazes, petting zoos, pumpkin patches, train rides, haunted attractions, and parties. There is something for everyone, regardless of age. We’ve put together a list of some attractions around the area, but make sure to check out their websites first to determine whether each one is right for your children or your group of friends: Read the rest »
We were saddened to learn about the recent death of a motorcyclist. The man was riding his motorcycle on West Hatcher Road when a car made a right turn in front of him. He was unable to brake in time or swerve to miss the vehicle since it happened so suddenly. He crashed and was thrown from his motorcycle. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital. Read the rest »