Phoenix Personal Injury Law Blog – Breyer Law Offices, P.C.
Walking along Arizona streets can be one of the most dangerous things you do, according to recent data released by the state’s Department of Transportation. In fact, being hit by a car is one of the top 20 causes of death for people living in Arizona. It often happens in big cities, and other studies show that cities like Phoenix are slow to remedy this danger. Read the rest »
There are so many sports in which you can, and should, use a helmet. From biking to horse riding to skiing, helmets play an important role in keeping us safe. Read the rest »
Every manmade device has the potential for error, unfortunately—including safety belts. Though seatbelts have saved countless lives in the United States, they can come with design or manufacturing flaws. Beyond that, seatbelts can cause some harm on their own, even while saving your life in a violent Arizona car accident!
In this article, we’ll take a look at what you should know to stay safe. Read the rest »
This year, we’re doing it again! The Husband and Wife Law Team is offering two $1,000 scholarships to two outstanding students—one from Arizona, our home state, and one from somewhere else in the country!
With college-aged children of their own, Mark and Alexis Breyer know how expensive post-secondary education is these days. That is why our Phoenix personal injury firm is proud to offer this money to two deserving applicants, to help pay a portion of their upcoming costs. Read the rest »
Easter is a fun time for families in Phoenix and surrounding areas to get out and enjoy events together. From festivals to egg hunts to brunch to church services, there’s plenty to do for event-goers of all ages. Most hunts will take place on the Saturday before Sunday services, so mark your calendar so you can celebrate all weekend long. Or better yet, go two Saturdays in a row by visiting celebrations at neighboring cities. Here’s a list of a few ideas for you and your loved ones. Read the rest »
On April 1, 2019, swap your loafers for sneakers and participate in Walk to Work Day! What began as a promotion in a magazine in 2004, is now promoted by the United States Department of Health and Human Services. The goal of the initiative is to increase awareness about the many benefits of walking. Read the rest »
Residents from the northern states, as well as Canada, flock to Arizona every winter. Hoping to avoid the cold climates they come from, they stay in Arizona for several months. They come to enjoy the beautiful weather, while taking in the gorgeous scenery and the famous sights throughout the state. But they end up spending a lot of time on the roads, which is one of the reasons accidents spike in Arizona during the winter months. Read the rest »
Motorcycle enthusiasts are starting to rev up for riding season in Arizona! Now is the time to dust off the bike, top off the fluids, and inspect the tires. It’s also the time to start thinking about safety. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 80% of all reported motorcycle collisions result in injury or death to the rider. Read the rest »
In 2003, Arizona’s Adult Protective Services investigated over 8,000 reports of elder abuse throughout the state. Of those complaints, one-third were found to be legitimate.
Recent stories in the news have sparked fear among those with loved ones in nursing homes. If you suspect Phoenix nursing home abuse, there are ways to report it, and you may be able to file a claim for compensation for a loved one’s injuries. Read the rest »
Arizona is a great place to get out and take in the sights and activities while walking. But pedestrians need to take extra caution, as new statistics reveal just how dangerous the state is for those on foot. Children are particularly susceptible to being involved in a pedestrian accident, so teach them road safety as soon as possible! Read the rest »