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Can You Bring an Emotional Distress Claim Related to COVID-19?

The novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is not only potentially deadly, but can be transmitted by individuals who are not showing any symptoms, so people might fear that they’ve contracted Read More

The Scheduling Order - Arizona's Tiering System

The Courts attempt to speed up the litigation process Several months ago we reported on the new “tiering system." Just a reminder, there are now three tiers of classification for cases:  1:  Read More

Meet the Firm's New Director of First Impressions: Karen

Rockafellow Law Firm's New Employee and Long-time Friend Karen Joins the Staff Our new receptionist/bookkeeper/director of first impressions is Karen Harrington.  This is not Karen’s first time working at Rockafellow Law Read More

Trial Procedure: A Brief Overview

A brief summary of trial procedure We are often asked about trial procedures with questions such as:  “Do I have to be there?”  “Will it take all day?”  “Will I have Read More

What is Lawsuit Bias and Do You Play a Part?

Lawsuit bias explained Many of our intake calls start out like this: “I am sorry to call and bother you. I want you to know that I am not one of Read More

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

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