Those who are diligent about ensuring their automobile insurance remains in good standing may believe that they will be covered should the need ever arise. Unfortunately, even the best customers may find themselves fighting to get reimbursed in the aftermath of auto accidents caused by other drivers. Those who have been injured or have sustained significant property damages while traveling along Arizona's roads are entitled to seek assistance in these circumstances.
Getting into a crash that results in serious injuries can have a profound impact on your life. Obviously, there is the pain and suffering that relates to suffering an injury and managing the healing process. Beyond that, there is also the property damage to your vehicle, as well as your lost wages if you have to miss work.
By 2022, the automotive industry has promised that all new vehicles will be equipped with front crash avoidance and automatic braking technology. Unfortunately, the trucking industry has not made a similar vow to include potentially life saving technology. The numbers of commercial vehicle accidents has continued to rise across the nation, including in Arizona.
Outside of buying a home, one of the largest repeat purchases consumers make is for their vehicles. Those who are in the market for a new vehicle are often influenced by the reputation of a manufacturer's makes and models that tout safety and reliability. Arizona residents who have suffered a serious injury or significant property losses may have a basis for filing an auto product liability civil suit.
The decision to place a loved one in a nursing home is never an easy undertaking. Sadly, in spite of the time a family puts into researching a suitable placement, they may not be able to protect their family member from every possible danger. Arizona residents who are concerned that a loved one has been a victim of medical malpractice or other harm are entitled to seek the best remedy for their family member.