What are the Five Most Common Car Crash Injuries?

December 28, 2019
When an individual suffers personal injuries in a car accident, insurance adjusters often only consider the information that is expressed in an injury victim’s medical records. They fixate solely on the medical terminology and often-incomplete diagnoses within those records to value a claim. Unsurprisingly, an...
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President Trump Impeached? Now what?

December 20, 2019
Unless you have been living with no Internet or news access, you are likely aware that Congress has been conducting a formal impeachment inquiry for the past three months. And yesterday, President Trump became just the third U.S. president in our Nation’s history to be...
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Arizona Dram Shop Laws and How They Affect Personal Injury Cases

December 5, 2019
At Torgenson Law, our dram shop liability attorneys are all too familiar with the case of the underinsured motorist. An injury victim incurs catastrophic damages with tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical bills all because of the negligence of another only to...
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An Injury Lawyer’s Perspective on the Myles Garrett Incident

November 21, 2019
By now, I would imagine most of you have seen a video of the Myles Garrett incident from the Thursday Night Football Game between the Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers. As a recap: In the waning seconds of the 4th quarter, Myles Garrett of...
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Lost Wages Claim: How to Prove Lost Wages

November 14, 2019
In any personal injury case, it is the injury victim or claimant that must prove the full extent, nature, and causation of all of their economic and non-economic damages alike. There is no question that proving your physical and emotional pain and suffering claim (your...
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