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Ways to Avoid an Auto Accident This Summer

Summer is the ultimate season for road trips and seeing all the majestic sights from coast to coast, but it’s also a dangerous season on our roadways. According to the American Safety Council, traffic accidents resulting in fatalities are likely to occur on Memorial Day, July 4th, and Labor Day. In addition to an increase of accidents during the summer…read more →

Information About Wrongful Death Claims

Wrongful Death claims do not necessarily coincide with loss of life caused by a criminal act. Instead, the type of wrongful death cases that are most commonly pursued on behalf of victims involve the loss of someone in your family from a tragedy. Most insurance policies that cover businesses, commercial vehicles, or other auto accident claims have exclusions for murder or…read more →

Steps to Take After being a Victim of a Car Accident

If you have been a victim of a car accident, there are certain steps you should take to protect yourself both legally and financially. One of the first steps to take is to reach out to a car accident attorney you can trust. Put these strategies to practice immediately after an accident to maximize your chances of getting the compensation you…read more →

Victims of Catastrophic Injury

Catastrophic injury refers to a severe injury which has long-term or permanent consequences. Catastrophic injuries usually involve injury to the brain, spine, or spinal cord and may also include skull fractures. Most catastrophic injuries permanently prevent an individual from performing gainful work. These kind of injuries occur suddenly, usually as a result of an accident, leaving the person disabled for…read more →

Vulnerable Adult and Elder Abuse in Arizona

Vulnerable elderly residents may be a victim of elder abuse or neglect. Most elderly residents have to rely on their caretakers to tend to their daily needs such as cleanliness and hygiene, food intake, shifting in bed and so on. Many elderly residents are almost helpless and they cannot look after themselves. If they are not properly taken care of,…read more →

Premises Liability Victims in Arizona

When someone is injured or hurt on someone else’s property as a result of a dangerous or defective condition, then the victim is entitled to a premises liability case. In order to avoid premises liability cases, especially slip and fall accidents, business owners are required to keep their premises safe and secure for the public. Premises liability victims can get…read more →

Gunshot Victims in Arizona

If someone has been injured from a gunshot wound, they may be entitled to getting disability benefits. Gunshot wounds can result in severe physical or psychological damage, which entitles the victim to a successful Social Security disability claim. However, to be able to qualify for Social Security disability, you need to have all the medical evidence well documented. Victims who…read more →

Sexual Assault Victims Attorney for Sex Crimes

Victims or rape or sexual abuse may file a lawsuit against the perpetrator with the help of a sex crimes lawyer. Victims of rape and sexual abuse often successfully file against the perpetrator in court, even if criminal proceedings are already underway. Children are among the most common victims of sexual abuse, but it is possible for any age group to be a child abuse victim. The amount a victim can claim in a sexual abuse lawsuit varies from one case to another. If a third party was responsible for preventing the abuse that occurred, the victim may be able to sue that organization for damages.

Victims of a Homicide in Arizona

The subject of murder, in general, seems like an archaic, illogical phenomenon. When a person is killed in cold blood, society relies heavily on the abilities of the police. They have quite a difficult and dangerous job, after all. The homicide victims attorney at Cantor Crane strive towards pure justice for the community by proving beyond a shadow of a doubt…read more →

Arizona man Sentenced to 362 days in Federal Prison for Tax Refund Fraud

TUCSON, Ariz. – Osabuohien Odyssey Oronsaye of Arizona has been sentenced to 364 days in federal prison after facing charges in a tax refund fraud scheme. Apart from spending time in jail, Oronsaye will also have to pay nearly $50,000 in restitution. Oronsaye was indicted on 58 counts by a federal grand jury in Tucson in December 2012. He was…read more →

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