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What Happened to This 57 Year Old Bicycle Rider?

57-year-old bicyclist lost his life in Tucson after being struck by a vehicle. The victim was not wearing a helmet. Accidents like this are reminders of just how vulnerable bicyclists are to automobiles and other vehicles. In 2014, there were 29 bicyclists who lost their lives in Arizona; 16 in 2015.

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What’s Your Ring Finger Worth?

According to the state of Arizona, your ring finger is worth $11,929. While that may raise an eyebrow, considering that the national average amount placed upon that same finger is $14,660. Something’s not adding up, right? That’s because each state has been allowed to determine its own benefits in workers’ compensation benefits awarded to employees…

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Chapter and Verse of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Arizona

In our previous entry, we talked about filing Chapter 7 personal bankruptcy in Arizona. In this article, we’ll continue the series, picking up with how to file Chapter 13 personal bankruptcy here in the Grand Canyon State. Chapter 13 at a Glance In personal finance circles, Chapter 13 bankruptcy is known as the “wage earners…

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Why Is This Local Rehab Center Facing Wrongful Death Claim?

Arizona-based rehab center Sierra Tucson is facing a wrongful death lawsuit from the family of a 20-year-old man who died of drug toxicity while he was a patient there two years ago. An autopsy failed to reveal whether the death was accidental or intentional. According to reports, state officials investigating the death determined that members…

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Phoenix Couple Caught Breaking Bad

A Phoenix woman and her live-in boyfriend have some explaining to do after law enforcement officials found a stash of various drugs and counterfeit bills in her home. According to reports, undercover deputies and U.S. Postal Inspectors raided the home after the boyfriend signed for a package that contained 250 grams of Ecstasy. Once inside,…

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Checklist for Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Arizona

As we’ve mentioned in previous blog entries, there are two types of individual bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is relatively quick and involves liquidating assets to pay off the debt – all the while keeping creditors at bay. Chapter 13 bankruptcy involves restructuring your debt so that you can pay it…

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$17 Million? You’ll Never Guess Why

A Phoenix federal jury has awarded $17 million to surviving family members of a man who died of mesothelioma, which was triggered by exposure to asbestos during his job. Originally, the man filed the suit in December 2012 as a product liability action in Mohave County Superior Court. In it, he claimed that he was…

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Automatic Stay a Powerful Weapon Against Creditors

One of the more frustrating things to endure during times of financial stress are the seemingly constant phone calls from creditors and the not-so-nice collection letters they send. The Automatic Stay component of a personal bankruptcy puts an immediate halt to all that noise. In fact, the Automatic Stay can stop a lot of things.…

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No Friend Requests or Tweeting During Personal Injury Case

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and all the other social media platforms are fantastic ways to share the latest happenings in your life. They should be avoided like the plague, however, when you’re involved in any legal proceedings like a personal injury lawsuit. Eyes Are Watching You If you’ve been injured because of the negligence of someone…

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