blog home Auto Insurance | Phoenix Personal Injury Law Blog - Breyer Law Offices, P.C.

Auto Insurance | Phoenix Personal Injury Law Blog - Breyer Law Offices, P.C.

What You Need to Know About the New Arizona Insurance Minimums

By Breyer Law Offices on February 24, 2021

Arizona has historically had one of the lowest auto insurance minimums in the country. However, that has recently changed. The auto insurance minimums were raised in 2020, and all Arizona drivers should be aware of what this increase actually means.

Read the rest »

Posted in: Auto Insurance

The Most Common Insurance Tactics to Avoid High Settlements

By Breyer Law Offices on December 23, 2020

Insurance companies rarely play nice, especially when they are being asked to pay out money. While we turn to insurance companies to help us recover from catastrophic accidents, they tend to put their own profits over their duty to their clients. That means that they will do everything they can to undervalue your settlement, and give you as little in compensation as possible. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to make sure you receive proper compensation following an accident.

Read the rest »

Posted in: Auto Insurance

What to Do When Your Insurance Acts in Bad Faith

By Breyer Law Offices on December 16, 2020

After finding yourself in a serious car accident, you will naturally turn to your insurance provider for help. After all, the reason you have auto insurance is to have your expenses covered in case you are ever involved in a collision. However, insurance companies exist to make a profit first, and help their customers second. Even if you have been the model client, they may still decide that your settlement isn’t worth what you ask, and deny your claim. This is called acting in bad faith, and it can leave you with no coverage after an accident.

Read the rest »

Posted in: Auto Insurance

Who Owes a Duty of Care to Motorcycle Passengers?

By Breyer Law Offices on November 11, 2020

Nothing is as freeing as riding on the back of a motorcycle. We should know; The Husband and Wife Law Team are motorcycle enthusiasts ourselves. But for passengers, as thrilling as it can be, they are also the most exposed on Arizonan roadways. That means, if you are involved in a collision, you are completely at the mercy of the person handling the motorcycle and the other driver. This can make it especially confusing once it comes time to file a claim. Whose liability insurance policy covers you? Both of theirs? Neither? Do you have a right to file against either one of them?

Read the rest »

Posted in: Auto Insurance

Get the Most Out of Your Car Accident Claim

By Breyer Law Offices on August 25, 2020

Filing a claim after an accident is never easy. On top of having to worry about recovering from your injuries, paying your medical bills, and taking the time to heal emotionally, you now have to stress over a legal system that you probably know nothing about. That is why The Husband and Wife Law Team put together this list of steps for you to follow while going through the claims process. If you follow our advice, you may get more in compensation than you originally expected.

Read the rest »

Posted in: Auto Insurance

What Questions Should I Ask About My Insurance Policy?

By Breyer Law Offices on March 8, 2020

While some people view auto insurance as just a legal requirement, it is a critical aspect of protecting your financial health. When you are choosing an auto insurance policy, it is essential that you know the types of coverage available, what your plan covers, and what might happen to your premium if you are involved in an accident. If you’ve already been in an accident, the things you say to an insurance company can impact whether your claim is successful. Understanding what to say and what not to say is vital.

Read the rest »

Posted in: Auto Insurance

Is Minimum Auto Insurance Enough Coverage?

By Breyer Law Offices on May 7, 2019

Inexpensive auto insurance gives you just enough coverage drive legally in the state of Arizona. But those minimums may be far too low if you are involved in an accident with injuries.

Arizona’s mandatory level of coverage is:

  • $15,000 bodily injury liability for one person
  • $30,000 for two or more people
  • $10,000 in property damage

“Liability” means this insurance policy will go toward the other person if you are judged to be at fault for an accident. It will not cover you. That’s assuming quite a financial risk.

Read the rest »

Posted in: Auto Insurance

Car Insurance Buying Guide: How to Get the Coverage You Need

By Breyer Law Offices on November 13, 2017

Top 12 Questions to Ask Your Car Insurance Agent

Read the rest »

Posted in: Auto Insurance

Car Insurance: Get the Right Coverage

By Breyer Law Offices on October 22, 2017

Why Do We Need Car Insurance?

Let’s start at the beginning. Why do you need car insurance? First, car insurance is required by law in the state of Arizona, and in all other states as well.

Read the rest »

Posted in: Auto Insurance

Will Insurance Cover Me If a Car Crashes into My House?

By Breyer Law Offices on May 10, 2017

It can be shocking when a car crashes into your house—don’t even get us started on the damages. As a homeowner, the first thing you’ll want to know is how any property damage can be fixed, and what those repairs are going to cost you. Luckily, insurance companies exist for reasons like this, and it may be possible for homeowners to recoup their costs through insurance.

Read the rest »

Posted in: Auto Insurance

Get Help Now

During a free consultation, we will look at the important aspects of your case, answer your questions, and explain your legal rights and options clearly. All submissions are confidentially reviewed by Mark Breyer.

Send us a Text Message

Confidentially reviewed by Attorney Mark Breyer


Close Close

A note from Mark and Alexis Breyer:

Our commitment to the health and safety of our community, our clients, and our team remain the highest priority. Though so much has come to a stop, legal deadlines continue to run and innocent people are losing their legal rights.

Now Offering: Call, Videoconference, text, or chat with an experienced injury lawyer – right now. You can even hire us and sign documents from your phone or computer without leaving your home. As always, no cost and no risk for these services.

We know that right now many people need to start their cases more than ever. We are proud to still provide an unmatched combination of customer service and legal results. We will get through this together and come out stronger than ever.

Mark and Alexis Breyer
The Husband and Wife Law Team