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Arizona Raises Car Insurance Limits

After 47 years, Arizona will finally see an increase in the minimum car insurance limits required by law In June, Governor Ducey signed a law that will increase Arizona’s required minimum insurance Read More

What to Expect and How to Prepare for a Deposition

Depositions can be intimidating. Here's what to expect and how to prepare: A deposition is a formal interview, usually conducted by opposing counsel. The person being deposed (deponent) is sworn under Read More

What is "Discovery" in a Lawsuit & What Devices Can Arizona Attorneys Deploy?

Discovery in Your Civil Lawsuit Discovery devices - what are they and how are they used? “Discovery” is a term of art used in the law.  It means “to find out” what Read More

Arizona's Top Personal Injury Verdicts in 2018

A summary of the highest awards Arizona juries handed out to personal injury plaintiffs in 2018 Each year, The State Bar’s magazine Arizona Attorney publishes a list of the top civil Read More

Spoliation: The Destruction of Evidence

A court can punish a party that destroys evidence Spoliation: Noun: “Destruction of a thing by the act of a stranger, as the erasure or alteration of a writing by the Read More

Independent Medical Exams: Why do they matter?

How can we fight back against an insurance company's biased "independent" medical examiner? When an insurance carrier sends you to a doctor of their choosing, it's usually to your detriment. How Read More

Potholes: How To Report Them

The City of Tucson and Pima County want us to report potholes. As the heavy winter precipitation slowly fades to warming temperatures here in Southern Arizona, we are painfully reminded that Read More

When Insurance Plays Hardball

Insurance Companies Are Friendly Until You Have A Claim Against Them Many of our initial intake calls start out like this:  “I have never sued anyone before …….. but……..”: Or:  “I Read More

The Importance Of Deadlines In Your Lawsuit And What They Mean To You

The Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure were completely modified effective July 1, 2018.  We now have the tiered system for cases that was discussed in a prior newsletter.  Along with Read More

Discovery and Disclosure: Why So Many Rules?

Your case thrives or dies under Arizona's strict discovery and disclosure rules After a lawsuit is filed and served on the defendant, and after the Defendant files a responsive Answer to Read More

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