Phoenix Personal Injury Law Blog – Breyer Law Offices, P.C.
How a highway is made matters. Design has a lot to do with the efficiency of traffic and the safety of drivers and passengers while they’re out on the road. In fact, it is only when you take a close look at road design that the importance of these details comes to light.
Whether it involves bad lighting, weak bridges, defective guardrails, or other issues, poor highway design may be to blame in the event of a serious car accident.
Car technology is evolving at a rapid pace, changing how automobiles operate for both drivers and passengers. With every new step forward in vehicle technology, however, manufacturers must keep up to ensure the safety of those out on the road. Some features, in fact, are being designed for the sole purpose of increasing the safety of drivers and passengers.
Setting off fireworks is a classic American pastime and fun for the whole family. It is easy to get distracted by the amazing display of colors, the crack of sparklers, the roar of a fireworks show. Unfortunately, it only takes one mistake for you or your child to suffer a serious injury.
To keep you and your family safe this July 4th, the Husband and Wife Law Team is here with some invaluable fireworks safety tips.
As any experienced biker knows, riding a motorcycle on a hot day can be a somewhat daunting experience. It is of utmost importance that you wear all of your protective gear for your safety, but heavy gear can also get very heated on an already-hot summer day. The very clothing made to protect you can also result in unforeseen dangers.
We want to help you keep cool while riding your motorcycle without foregoing the protective gear. In fact, many manufacturers make different types of gear and clothing with built-in cooling mechanisms for the safety and comfort of riders. Without further ado, here are a few ways to stay cooler.
The time to announce the winners of the 2021 Husband and Wife Law Team Scholarship has finally arrived! We carefully reviewed each essay and selected the winners based on their devotion to learning and an obvious passion for excelling in their fields. It is our hope that the young men and women we have selected find encouragement through this scholarship.
The moment the scholarship deadline of April 21, 2021 passed, Mark and Alexis Breyer, along with their team at Breyer Law Offices, P.C., immediately went to work reading all of the incredible applications that the students of America sent in. Considering the avalanche of essays that we received, reading each and every one was not an easy feat. However, the joy of getting to know each of you made the time fly! While the future may be a frightening prospect for many, the current generation of students is clearly ready for the challenge!
Arizona’s wrongful death statute was created as a way for family members to seek compensation for their loss of a loved one due to someone else’s negligence. These claims operate under many of the same legal concepts as personal injury claims, such as requiring a breach of duty of care and tangible damages, but they also have unique restrictions on who can file them and what compensation can be provided. The complex history surrounding the statute has a lot to do with that.
Distracted driving has become a common occurrence in everyday life… while also being one of the most dangerous behaviors a driver can exhibit. While we have discussed the importance and the impact of Arizona’s anti-cellphone law, we also understand that these habits are hard to break. Drivers are often pressured by family members and coworkers to answer calls while driving, quickly respond to texts and social media messages, and rely heavily on GPS.
Here in Phoenix, there is nothing more soothing than a bike ride in late spring, as you take in the fresh air and lovely weather. But like any city, our streets can be treacherous for local bicyclists. While car drivers should always respect cyclists and avoid hitting them, in some instances, riding defensively can protect you from suffering a serious or fatal injury.
The concept of someone being to blame for another person’s self-neglect is a difficult one to wrap your head around. After all, if an adult becomes ill or injured due to his own actions, who could be liable but that adult? Well, elderly people require a great deal of care, and when an elderly person is allowed to self-neglect, then his or her caretakers should be held responsible.
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