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Understanding Ignition Interlock Devices In Dui Cases

One way in which Arizona attempts to prevent drunk driving is by mandating that drivers who are convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol must install and use ignition interlock devices in their vehicles. The law is meant to reduce the number of drunk driving accidents caused by people who have a history of Read More

Tips For When A Person Is In A Car Accident

This article shares some great advice from Phoenix accident attorney, Aaron Crane from Cantor Crane with respect to steps you should take after a car accident.  Car accidents are very stressful. They are not planned, and many people don’t know what to do when they are in one. They need to take the steps to Read More

10 Questions You Can Expect Your Accident Lawyer To Ask You

When you first go in to meet with your car accident attorney for an initial consultation, you can bet that they are going to ask you a series of questions to figure out what it is that you are dealing with. By being prepared for what the lawyer is going to need to know, you Read More

Ways To Avoid A Car Accident In Arizona

This article shares some great advice from Phoenix accident attorney, Aaron Crane from Cantor Crane on ways to avoid car accidents. The Arizona Department of Transportation reports that driving while fatigued is one of the leading causes of car accidents. Whether you’re driving a car, a minivan or an 18-wheeler, you need to be responsible. Read More

Full Coverage Automobile Insurance

Different people have different ideas about what it means to have full coverage on your automobile insurance.  State only requires $15,000 liability.  I suggest that you take a look at your total net assets (those that you have equity in) and then ask yourself “are my insurance limits of coverage sufficient to protect the value Read More

Are You The Dad Or Not The Dad? Don’t Wait Too Long Before Getting Tested

The law in the State of California has certain limitations from a timing standpoint in which a prospective father in a non-marital relationship can challenge the paternity of a child. Generally speaking, a prospective father has 2 years from the date of the birth of a child to request paternity testing. Sometimes men are uncertain Read More

New Online Parenting After Separation Course

The Judicial Council of California’s website for families and children has a new, free online course available for parents going through separation or divorce. “Parenting After Separation” is a component of the Families Change website (www.familieschange.ca.gov) providing approximately three hours of content that can be accessed directly at www.parenting.familieschange.ca.gov. The course was developed in response Read More

California Family Law – Courts Award Custody Of Children Based On The “Best Interests Of The Child” Standard.

Judges evaluating child custody cases in California must consider the best interests of the children in reaching a conclusion about how parents will share time with the children. In California family law both parents begin with equal (50-50) rights to the custody of their child or children. The law provides that a judge is not Read More

Legal Consequences Of Road Rage

Traffic in the past several years has become more aggressive. Aggression from drivers is just another significant problem on top of other issues that lead to motor vehicle accidents. It is not uncommon to witness or experience an outburst of another driver’s violent behavior while in heavy traffic or during rush hour. Most people are Read More

Timing Is Everything, Or Is It?

Christmas and the holidays come too soon every year. At present, it is still November, and the weather is finally chilling a bit. Nevertheless, Thanksgiving and Christmas are upon us and so are the stressors that go along with the holiday season. The same is true whether you are Christian or non-Christian. The stress has Read More