Arizona Laws

Is Arizona a Comparative Negligence State?

April 20, 2020
People get injured all the time. Unfortunately, these injuries are often caused by the careless or negligent actions of another person. When that happens, the injury victim may be able to secure compensation for their losses through an insurance settlement or a personal injury lawsuit....
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Arizona Law About Skiing and Snowboarding Injuries

January 16, 2020
It should go without saying that we are extremely blessed with wonderfully diverse winter weather of Arizona. I mean c’mon! Where else in the world can one enjoy a refreshingly mild morning in the desert and then spend that same afternoon skiing or snowboarding? Torgenson...
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Arizona Bullying Laws: Protect Your Child from the School’s Ignorance

October 25, 2017
When you enroll your child in an Arizona public school, you, as a parent, should feel a sense of relief and security, for you know that the school’s numerous administrators, teachers, coaches, and other staff members are there to protect your child from harm. You...
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Chandler Police To Begin Using Body Cameras

October 23, 2015
When you hear the names Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, Walter Scott, Freddie Gray, and Eric Garner you may contemplate the reasons why police force has been in the headlines so frequently as of late. The use of force by police officers on civilians when their...
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