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Leighton Rockafellow Sr. has been named to the 23rd Edition of “The Best Lawyers In America©."

Leighton Rockafellow Sr has been named to the 23rd Edition of “The Best Lawyers In America©.” This is a peer reviewed group.  Leighton’s inclusion is in the category of Personal Injury Read More

Arizona Attorney Board Certified in Injury and Wrongful Death

Leighton Rockafellow Sr. is Board Certified in Injury and Wrongful Death by the State Bar of Arizona.  He is also Board Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as Read More

Leighton Rockafellow Jr. Ends Treasurer Tenure for Young Lawyers Division

Leighton Rockafellow Jr. is proud to announce he recently wrapped up his two-year tenure as the treasurer of the Young Lawyers Division of the Pima County Bar Association, but will Read More

Medical Malpractice Laws May Shield the Hospital

Hospital Investigations and Confidentiality By law, hospitals are required to conduct investigations when errors are committed. The purpose is to “reduce morbidity and mortality and for the improvement of the care Read More

The Supreme Court: How a Case Can Make Its Way to the Highest Court in the Land

The Judiciary, headed up by the Supreme Court, is one of three branches of our government whose role is to put a check and balance on the powers of the Read More

What is a Nonparty?

Arizona is a comparative fault state. Each defendant is liable only for the amount of damages allocated to that defendant in direct proportion to that defendant’s percentage of fault. A.R.S. Read More

Lawsuit Time Limits-Statute of Limitation

In the Civil realm of the law, most claims have a statute of limitation. This means that your right to file a lawsuit against a person or entity expires after Read More

Your Vehicle's Diminished Value

Here’s the scenario: You are driving along in your two-year old mint condition Chevrolet Suburban when suddenly a negligent driver decides to turn left and BAM! There’s a collision. This Read More

Insurance Bad Faith and Your Stolen Vehicle Claim

We purchase insurance to protect us from many unforeseen and unwelcome possibilities, including vehicle theft. Lately, insurance companies seem to be investigating stolen car claims with additional scrutiny and increasing Read More

Settling a Personal Injury Claim for a Minor

A minor is legally incapable of making a determination of whether or not to settle a claim. Therefore, a judge of the Superior Court must approve any personal injury settlement Read More

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