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Nov
17
By: Eric R. Wilson, Attorney at Law Lately, it seems like the news is filled with a continuing barrage of sexual harassment accusations, referred to as the “Weinstein Effect.” The names of high-profile figures in entertainment and politics are constantly pinging our social media notifications and news feeds. The accusations range from inappropriate comments to criminal sexual assault. In the wake of these accusations, we are seeing these high-profiled accused being fired or stepping down …
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Oct
26
We hope you enjoy this article by Anthony J. Coury, Esq. AVOID ADDING INSULT TO INJURY – HOW TO PREVENT GETTING NO/LOW RECOVERY AFTER YOU’VE BEEN HURT IN AN ACCIDENT By Anthony J. Coury NAPIER COURY & BAILLIE, P.C. Bad News: Being involved in an accident. Worse News: Being involved in an accident and getting hurt. Worst News: Being involved in an accident, getting hurt and then failing to recover anything because the other driver and/or you have little or no insurance. Sadly…
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Aug
21
The Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act (LEOSA) was enacted in 2004 which allows two classes of persons to carry concealed firearms in any jurisdiction in the United States or United States Territories, regardless of any state or local laws that contain exceptions.
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Jan
07
In Spirlong v. Browne, the Arizona Court of Appeals held that a person must exercise "care, custody, or control" over a dog in order to be considered a statutory "owner" for purposes of imposing strict liability for injuries caused by the dog.
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Nov
20
In Duenas v. Life Care Centers of America, Inc., the Arizona Court of Appeals held that a decedent’s agreement to arbitrate cannot limit the heirs’ right to litigate their own personal claims and that when parties enter into a series of transactions, each with its own arbitration agreement, the court may determine whether a dispute arising from a specific transaction is subject to arbitration.
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Nov
13
In October 2014, the Arizona Supreme Court held that a Damron agreement "does not preclude litigation of whether coverage exists under the policy" but that "an insurer in a coverage action may not, in the guise of a coverage defense, litigate what are essentially and solely liability issues resolved by the default judgment."
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Sep
29
In August, the Arizona Supreme Court unanimously held that in order to frisk an individual, “officers must reasonably suspect both that criminal activity is afoot and that the suspect is armed and dangerous.”
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Sep
17
"I’m fully insured." It is amazing how many of our personal injury clients make this statement during their initial consultation with our office after being involved in a motor vehicle accident. Then, after further investigation, it turns out that, in reality, "fully" means "minimally." Many drivers on Arizona streets have no insurance at all. In fact, current statistics demonstrate that the number of auto policy cancellations is increasing, likely due to the slow economy – people are bein…
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