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A Father Pushing For Changes After Daughter’s Death
At Lorona Mead, Phoenix pedestrian accident attorney Jess A. Lorona, He is here for you if you or a loved one have been injured in a pedestrian crash. He wants to make sure that you and your family are not in financial jeopardy because of another person’s negligence.
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Who Is At Fault With Multiple Car Accidents?
February 02, 2019

Every day we wake up and continue our routine. We go about our day thinking of everything on our list of things to do that we don't really pay attention much to our surroundings. Have you ever driven home from work and thought about how you actually got home? Maybe you don’t remember the drive or parts of the drive? Have you ever driven home and realized that a whole....

Uber Driver Hits 71-Year Old Woman
February 01, 2019

Rideshare programs like Uber and Lyft have revolutionized how people choose their mode of transportation. If you grew up in the age of social media then choosing to an app to get you from the bar to home is second nature. For others, it is harder to conceive calling on a stranger to pick you up in a car that you have no idea where it has been. At least....

City of Tempe Facing $10 Million Claim in Woman’s Uber-Related Death
January 26, 2019

Family members of a woman who was hit and killed by one of ridesharing giant Uber’s self-driving vehicles has filed a $10 million claim against the city of Tempe. The woman, Elaine Herzberg, age 49, died in March of 2018 when an Uber car in self-driving mode struck her as she was walking on Mill Avenue. The woman’s family says the city is partially to blame in the woman’s death,....

Shared Scooters Causing Problems in Tempe, Metro Phoenix
January 25, 2019

Shared scooters with companies like Bird, Razor and Lime are a big hit in Tempe, but they are definitely causing a fair share of problems. The Tempe City Council voted earlier this year to tighter regulations on these popular transportation devices, noting that since shared scooters were introduced in May of 2018, the fire department has responded to 119 scooter-involved accidents. Most injuries are minor, involving the legs and arms,....

Arizona Officials Are Concerned About an Uptick in Fatalities on Highways, And So Should Be You
January 19, 2019

While many of you may be concerned about the unending government shutdown in the U.S., you may want to focus on a more important issue at hand: the rising number of deadly car accidents on Arizona highways. The surprisingly large number of fatalities that have occurred on Arizona highways since January 1, 2019, have state officials and lawmakers sounding alarmed bells. In the first week of this year, nearly a....

Chocolatey Truck Cargo Spill in Arizona Highlights the Danger of Improperly Secured and Loaded Cargo
January 18, 2019

It’s been a while since we read an amusing story about a truck cargo spill, so many of you will be thrilled to read about this saliva-inducing incident that took place on an Arizona highway. But before we get to the meat and potatoes of the recent truck cargo spill, it is important to note that not all cargo spills are amusing or funny. “In fact, when a commercial truck....

A Father Pushing For Changes After Daughter’s Death
January 12, 2019

In January of 2018, Kacie Clark, 20, was killed by a vehicle that hit her while she was on a sidewalk near 19th Avenue and Indian School Road. Her father has turned this tragedy into a story of hope. Last week, Jay Clark met with Phoenix Mayor Thelda Williams. His goal? To discuss pedestrian safety and work towards serious changes in the city. A total of fifty-six pedestrians lost their....