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Aggressive Driving Leading To Wrongful Death Accidents

Posted on September 27, 2021 in Personal Injury

Wrongful Death & the Dangers Aggressive Drivers Pose on the Roadways Wrongful death is something all drivers fear. We’ve all been there – you’re driving on the highway and all of a sudden, a car comes speeding by, cuts people off as it weaves between lanes, and you think to yourself, “That person is going…

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G&K PI&WD Team Volunteer at Feed My Starving Children

Posted on July 23, 2021 in Firm News,Philanthropy

On July 22, 2021, the Gallagher & Kennedy Personal Injury & Wrongful Death team volunteered to pack meal kits at Feed My Starving Children (“FMSC”) in Mesa, Arizona.  Through volunteering at FMSC, individuals “get the chance to impact hundreds of kids in just two hours per packing shift.  FMSC’s work not only impacts children and communities…

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Nursing Homes & Senior Living Facility Tragedies

Posted on July 16, 2021 in Personal Injury

The Arizona Board of Examiners of Nursing Care and Assisted Living Facility Managers (“the Board”) voted 5 to 1 to provide a convicted felon a license to run a senior living facility in Prescott, Arizona—Granite Creek Health and Rehabilitation.  When COVID-19 surfaced, this licensee failed to respond appropriately and was cited for failing to follow…

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What to Do If You Suspect Abuse Is Happening at a Rehab Center

Posted on July 15, 2021 in Personal Injury

People struggling with drug and alcohol abuse need support. They often rely on rehabilitation and treatment centers for professional help. If a rehab center is guilty of neglecting or abusing its patients, it can cause more harm than good. If you suspect abuse at a rehab center where you or a loved one is receiving…

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Phoenix Rehab Center Injury: Drug and Alcohol Treatment Negligence

Posted on July 6, 2021 in Personal Injury

Patients who enter drug and alcohol treatment and rehabilitation centers are already in vulnerable states. It is the rehab center’s legal responsibility to look out for patients’ best interests and ensure reasonably safe environments for healing. Unfortunately, rehab centers are notorious for acts of negligence such as lack of proper supervision, lax safety regulations and…

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Who Investigates General Aviation Accidents?

Posted on June 7, 2021 in Aviation

Aviation accidents do not happen often. When an aviation accident does take place, many different federal and state organizations may become part of the accident investigation. An investigation serves several key purposes, including identifying the cause of the aviation accident, determining liability, and improving aircraft safety for the future. Learning who investigates general aviation accidents…

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Injured by Regenerative Medicine Products or Gene Therapy Procedures?

Posted on May 19, 2021 in Personal Injury

The FDA is cracking down on cellular-based treatment by manufacturers, clinics, and doctors, and so are we. Regenerative medicine products that have not been FDA-approved may be unsafe and cause serious side effects and even death. For instance, some medical spas (medispas or medspas), medical practices, orthopedic clinics, regenerative medicine, dermatology, and even plastic medical…

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5 Questions to Ask an Aviation Lawyer

Posted on May 5, 2021 in Aviation

Not all aviation lawyers are created equal. Aviation accidents can lead to incredibly complex cases, and victims often have a lot at stake. It is imperative to thoroughly vet your choices for aviation attorneys in Phoenix to choose the right one for your case. Ask these five questions before retaining an aviation lawyer, so that…

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Hurt On The Job – Do You Have A Claim?

Posted on May 3, 2021 in Personal Injury

If you are hurt on the job in normal circumstances, you cannot sue your employer – even if he or she were negligent.  There are exceptions to this rule. First, if your employer does not carry worker’s compensation insurance, you can sue your employer.  Second, if your employer intentionally hurts you (the intentional acts exception),…

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How Does the Car Accident Settlement Process Work?

Posted on March 24, 2021 in Car Accidents

Getting into an auto accident triggers a chain of events that can be very confusing as a first-time plaintiff. If you suffered physical injuries, emotional distress or property damage in the car accident, you will have to navigate the legal process to pursue a financial settlement. Learning as much as you can about the car…

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How Long After a Car Accident Can You Claim an Injury?

Posted on March 22, 2021 in Car Accidents

Car accidents often cause injuries that are immediately apparent, such as broken bones or lacerations. Yet, in some cases, a crash victim may not notice injuries until hours or even days later – especially when adrenaline from the accident masks the pain. Delayed injury discovery could extend your time limit to file. Find out how…

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Who Is at Fault in a Car Accident T-Bone?

Posted on March 16, 2021 in Car Accidents

One of the most devastating types of auto accidents you could be involved in is the side-impact collision, often referred to as a T-bone accident. T-bone accidents can cause injuries such as bone fractures, traumatic brain damage, and catastrophic spinal cord injuries. The at-fault party will be financially responsible for your losses, according to Arizona’s…

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