Car Accidents

Is Arizona a No-Fault State?

May 20, 2020
Depending on where you live in the country, car accident laws may differ significantly from other states. In the aftermath of a car accident, some states apply a “no-fault” rule, which means that, regardless of which party causes the accident, each driver will turn to...
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Who is At-Fault in a Multi-Car Accident?

May 11, 2020
When car accidents happen, they can be an inconvenient source of pain and frustration. Even minor fender benders may have you contending with uncooperative parties and insurance companies who are acting in their own interests. Getting in a car accident involving more than two vehicles...
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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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Do I Still Have an Injury Case When the Adverse Driver Wasn’t Cited?

May 3, 2018
The strongest personal injury cases are those in which one party is undeniably responsible for the damages. In such cases, liability may even quite literally be spelled out for the claimant. For example, an adverse motorist may have been cited for speeding, running a red...
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5 Shocking Arizona DUI Statistics that Will Make You Smarter

1.     The 4th of July is the deadliest time for motorists across the country.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, almost 40% of all highway deaths (from 2007 to 2011) happened during the July 4th holiday weekend. 2.     Over the weekend, Arizona law...
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