Your justice is our business.
Available 24/7 602.889.6666 Free initial consultation

Recent Blog Posts

Never Events — Suing for Catastrophic and Preventable Medical Injuries

The term Never Event was coined in 2001 by the National Quality Forum to refer to certain easily preventable and particularly shocking medical mistakes that should never happen to a patient which, unfortunately, can and do occur — often with fatal results. What kinds of events should never happen? Never Events typically fall into one… Read more »

By | Published | Posted in Personal Injury | Tagged

Who is to Blame When There Are Several Motor Vehicles Involved in a Traffic Accident?

Three people reportedly died and at least 12 more were injured in one of the worst multi-vehicle accidents in recent memory along Interstate 10 near Picacho Peak and Casa Grande, between Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona. The accident happened Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013 when a dust storm reduced visibility, leading to a massive 19-vehicle chain reaction… Read more »

By | Published | Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents | Tagged

Hip Fractures Among the Elderly

As the United States population ages, we are likely to see an increase in injuries that are specific to an elderly population. One of the most common and potentially serious injuries in Americans over 65 is hip fracture. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there were 268,000 hospitalizations for hip fracture… Read more »

By | Published | Posted in Personal Injury | Tagged

Finding Witnesses to Your Accident

Car accidents can leave you angry, confused, disoriented, and even unconscious. As a driver, it’s impossible to know what really happened during your accident. To make matters worse, loss of consciousness or head trauma can wipe away any memory of the events, including those who witnessed the accident or helped victims. It’s imperative to have… Read more »

By | Published | Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents | Tagged

Using Your Smartphone at an Accident Scene

When you get into an accident, the one thing you might grab before leaving your vehicle is your phone. These days, it’s all you need to capture information from an accident scene until you are able to contact a Phoenix car accident attorney. These are the basic pieces of information you can get quickly and… Read more »

By | Published | Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents | Tagged

Fault in Multicar Pileups

Determining fault is the most important factor in a Phoenix multicar accident. Usually, blame rests on either the first car or the last car. It’s vital to have an officer respond in an accident like this, because the police report usually cites which car is at fault as it attempts to explain how the accident… Read more »

By | Published | Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents | Tagged

What to Do When the Other Driver’s Insurance Company Calls

After an accident, the insurance company representing the other driver attempts to contact you before you have a chance to obtain a Phoenix car accident attorney. It’s important to know what information the insurance agent is seeking to protect your interests. What you say to the insurance company makes a huge difference, but chances are… Read more »

By | Published | Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents | Tagged

Avoiding Pedestrian Accidents

In 2011, pedestrians were the only group to experience an increase in fatalities. With more people on the street, and more communities in Phoenix striving for walkability, pedestrians need to be aware of everything around them to stay safe. Don’t rely on traffic signals or the right of way to keep you safe. Even though… Read more »

By | Published | Posted in Personal Injury | Tagged

Five Ways to Avoid a Motorcycle Accident

Riding is risky, but you can lessen the danger. When you are well-educated about motorcycle safety and drive with a few basic principles in mind, you can avoid the most common causes of accidents and injury. Here are five tips to help you prevent a motorcycle accident: Watch the wheels, not the signal. The most… Read more »

By | Published | Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents | Tagged
Contact Form
X

Lewis & Pokora

To help you more quickly please fill out the form below and click submit, or if you prefer, call us at: 602.889.6666.

  • captcha