Rockafellow Law Firm


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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

Social Media and Your Personal Injury Case: Your Warning

 As social media platforms continue to multiply, I am compelled to once again warn of the potential pitfalls that instagram/facebook/twitter/pinterest/google+/tinder/snapchat/youtube/tumblr/reddit/myspace/etc… posts can create for a personal injury claim. recently Read More

Pre-Existing Conditions

The phrase “pre-existing condition” has received significant attention in the past few years as the nation’s media, politicians, and citizens continue to debate the Affordable Care Act and it's impact on Read More

Arizona's Minimum Insurance Limits

The minimum amount of automobile insurance required in Arizona is $15,000 per person or $30,000 per accident and $10,000 in property damage. This amount was put into place by Arizona Read More

Protecting Your Assets

Arizona’s homestead exemption laws (A.R.S. §§ 33-1101 – 1105) forbid a creditor from taking one’s home in a bankruptcy or other debt proceeding. This law protects up to $150,000 of Read More

Workers' Compensation and Personal Injury Claims

According to the Industrial Commission, in the fiscal year from 2012-2013, 97,730 employees filed workers compensation injury claims in Arizona. On-the-job injuries can occur for many reasons.  When negligence is involved, Read More

Suing a Public Entity

Is it possible to sue the City of Tucson for a poorly designed crosswalk? Can you sue Pima County if a Sheriff runs into you? Can the State of Arizona Read More

Resolving a Case Before Trial

In Arizona 98% of civil cases settle before trial. This is by design. The Supreme Court of Arizona decided long ago that settlements are the ideal conclusion to a case Read More

Leighton Rockafellow, Jr. Nominated to Young Lawyers Division Board

Leighton Rockafellow, Jr. has been elected Treasurer of the Pima County Bar Association’s Young Lawyer Division (YLD) for the fiscal year from July 2014 through July 2015. Read more... Read More

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