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  • What is My Personal Injury Case Worth?

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Aug 14, 2017

    Our Phoenix personal injury attorneys at Salvador Phillips, PLLC work with many victims and families who have suffered harm and losses due to the negligence of others. While educating clients about their rights, supporting them through their physical recoveries, and guiding them along the legal pathways toward a full and fair financial recovery of their damages, we field many questions and ...
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  • After a Car Accident: 5 Mistakes to Avoid

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Aug 11, 2017

    Car accidents are unexpected and frightening experiences, which is why it isn’t always easy to stay calm and remember the steps you should take to protect yourself. Because what you do after an accident can have a tremendous impact on your health and the strength of your future personal injury claim should you choose to file one, it is important to do what you can to stay calm and remember a few ...
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  • Pool Accidents & Premises Liability: What You Need to Know

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Apr 20, 2017

    As things heat up in Phoenix and throughout the state of Arizona, local residents will be sure to cool off by hitting the pool. Whether you decide to enjoy the water at a residential pool, a community or private pool, water park, or public pool, it is important to remember that safety should always be a priority, especially with children. Swimming pools present a lot of risks, from slip and fall ...
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  • DUI vs. Wet Reckless Charges

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Apr 14, 2017

    In Arizona, it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle when your blood alcohol content (BAC) is .08 or above. However, there may be exceptions for law enforcement officers to make a DUI arrest even if a motorists DUI is below .08. This includes situations where officers believe a person poses a danger to others, or when the suspect is a commercial driver or under the age of 21. In some cases, ...
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  • What to Do After Denying Field Sobriety Tests

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Apr 10, 2017

    We have all seen them before – motorists being suspected of driving under the influence being made to walk and turn, hold one leg off the ground and count, and follow the path of a pen held by a law enforcement officer. While these are scenes we are familiar with when it comes to DUI stops and investigations, it is important to note that they are NOT mandatory. If you are stopped in connection to ...
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