Lemon Laws

Buying a new car is an exciting experience as well as a significant investment; auto consumers have a right to expect that their vehicles will perform reliably. Although most vehicles will eventually need repairs, new cars should rarely be out of service for an extended period of time. If your new automobile has been in for repeated repairs that have not been resolved, you may have a lemon on your hands.
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How To Determine If You Have a Good Car Accident Case

Nearly every civil case brings one common thing i.e., damages. Damage refers to the physical injury, financial loss, or damage to the property which is entitled to compensation from the other party. Seeking compensation for the injuries sustained in a car accident is a common practice. However, there are several factors that affect the time span to resolve the case as well as the compensation amount. These factors can include damages to the vehicle, lost wages, or medical expenses.
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5 Things to Look for in a Personal Injury Lawyer

It’s quite common to get injured. Even if you’re careful, there might be someone or something that can get you in harm’s way. When this happens, there is a chance that you can claim damages for the pain and inconvenience the injury caused you. If you think that someone is responsible for your injury, a great personal injury lawyer can help you get compensated properly.
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USCCA Self-Defense Policy Exposed

The USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Association) is one of the most talked about Concealed Carry insurances on the market. But are you really covered when it matters the most?
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Why Drug Dealers Love the War on Drugs

Doug Casey sits down with Attorney Marc J. Victor to discuss the war on drugs and who really profits from it. The drug war has been a huge failure and should be ended as quickly as possible. Free people should be able to decide what substances they put into their bodies. The war on drugs is really nothing more than a war on humanity and freedom.
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What To Do After an Auto Accident

Nobody expects to have an auto accident. When it happens, we are likely to make poor decisions on the spot due to any combination of surprise, shock, and fear. This is a natural human response. The best thing for any driver to do is to remember these keys to auto accident preparedness. Then, they will never be caught off-guard.
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Diminished Vehicle Value After an Accident

What is diminished value you might ask? Well, think about how much your car would be worth prior to the accident. Now, consider its value after the accident. In most cases, even if your vehicle was replaced with the best parts available, the value of it is going to drop seeing that it was involved in a car accident.
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Bus Company Liability

In the aftermath of a tragic bus accident, three people were left dead, and those who survived suffered concussions, brain trauma, broken bones, and life-altering injuries. One would think that after such an accident, families and victims would be able to seek compensation for medical costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering from the bus company and its insurers. But, the families often face a troubling long road to recovery.
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Pedestrian Deaths Are At An All-Time High

Technology is a good thing, it adds a lot of convenience to our lives, but it also brings a lot more distractions to our lives as well. Along with the usual distractions drivers may have had in the past such as passengers or the car stereo, today we have the added distraction of cellular phones, GPS, and other distractions.
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Bad Faith Insurance Claims

According to Investopedia, insurance bad faith occurs when an insurance company fails to pay your claim at all or fails to settle in a reasonable time frame. It can also occur if an adjuster lies about your policy’s contract.
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What to do if You’re in an Accident with an Uninsured Driver

Some drivers don’t comply with Arizona law that requires drivers to maintain a minimum amount of liability insurance coverage. This may place you at risk if an uninsured driver causes an accident that results in injuries or damages to you or your passengers. Here are some tips to protect yourself.
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What is a Notice of Claim in a Civil Lawsuit?

Please note that there are other laws and regulations as to asserting claims under federal law and claims against the federal government, its agencies, and its employees. You should immediately consult with an attorney if you are considering asserting a claim against any governmental entity to ensure your rights are protected.
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My Thoughts on the 4th of July

ow embarrassing it is for most Americans today blindly celebrating the Declaration of Independence while also joyfully supporting a huge police state that far surpasses any crimes engaged in by King George III. It’s hard to imagine what people like Thomas Jefferson, Sam Adams, and Thomas Paine would think of our police state today and the so-called “Americans” who support it.
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Automobile and Cyclist Liability in a ‘Dooring’ Accident

Bicyclists are frequently injured after colliding with an open car door, particularly when a driver is getting out of a vehicle along a line of parked cars. The most serious dooring-related injuries occur when bicyclists are struck by another motor vehicle after swerving to avoid the door. In any event, determining who is liable when a cyclist gets doored requires the skills of an experienced personal injury attorney.
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Motorcycle Accidents and Helmet Use Under Arizona Law

In sum, while riding in Arizona without a helmet is legal, a motorcyclist’s ability to recover damages for certain injuries may be impaired if a helmet is not worn. Since the defense of helmet non-use is limited, you should contact an attorney to protect your rights. Be safe!
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Marijuana is Legal in Arizona!

You may already be aware that Arizona voters passed Proposition 207 legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes. Anyone paying attention knows it is long past time to finally end the foolish and immoral drug war. This misguided and anti-freedom drug war has been one of the biggest mistakes our country has ever made. In the midst of our chaotic world, finally legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes reminds us that sanity still exists.
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Autonomous Systems Detecting Driver Distractions

What happens if a driver fails to pay attention? The car issues a warning and, if the driver doesn’t respond within a given period of time; the car’s warning lights turn on, the vehicle slows to a stop, and OnStar calls for help. The system sounds like an excellent solution to the hand-off problem, but one wonders about the risk of suddenly finding dozens of stopped cars in the middle of the street.
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Wrongful Death Lawsuits in Arizona

Losing a loved one or family member due to the wrongful acts of another can be utterly devastating. Although family members, significant others, and friends can experience extreme grief and loss as the result of the death of a loved one, Arizona’s statutory scheme provides limitations as to who can bring a claim, as well as when and how a lawsuit must be filed.
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10 Common Causes of Boating Accidents

Summer season is at its peak and it is the perfect time to go boating with your friends or family. Boating is a popular recreational activity in many shoreline areas in the U.S; however, negligence can cause fatal accidents, similar to that on the road. Just like the road, the waters for boating also require us to follow a set of rules and regulations. Over 4,000 boating accidents occur in the U.S every year; thousands of people incur injuries and hundreds lost their lives.
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Butler Shaffer, R.I.P.

We mourn the passing of our good friend Butler Shaffer, who died yesterday afternoon at the age of 84. Butler was a libertarian at a time when there were very few libertarians in the world. Like many supporters of the free market, he was first attracted to the Republican Party. He supported Barry Goldwater for President in 1964, but he soon came to realize that limited government was a chimera and that the State was by nature opposed to liberty.
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Hiring a Bail Bondsman

Should you hire a bail bondsman? This could be a difficult decision. If you are facing a choice between hiring a bail bondsman or hiring a lawyer, let me explain why I think you should hire the lawyer, instead of the bail bondsman, if you can’t afford to hire both.
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