Month: May 2019

Pedestrian Accidents in Arizona: What You Should Know

Pedestrian Accidents in Arizona: What You Should Know

According to the Governors Highway Safety Association’s annual report of pedestrian traffic fatalities, Arizona had the fifth-highest number of pedestrian fatalities in the nation, from January to June of 2018.  This makes Arizona an extremely risky state for pedestrians, who can be knocked down and severely injured by cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, bicycles, and even dogs. …

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Concussion

Concussion as a Result of a Car Accident

Not every personal injury sustained in a car crash is immediately visible. Some problems, including traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), do not become visible for several hours or even days. One of the most common types of TBIs is a concussion. Whether mild or severe, a concussion can require medical attention and therapy, and can contribute …

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