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  • How to Legally Dissolve a Business in Arizona

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Nov 22, 2017

    When it comes time to close a corporation in Arizona, there are multiple tasks that will need to be taken care of before a business can be dissolved. In this blog, we explain how to legally dissolve a business in the state of Arizona. Dissolving a Business Arizona’s Business Corporation Act allows for voluntary dissolution through a shareholder vote at a shareholder meeting. The board of directors ...
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  • Accidents at Crowded Shopping Malls During the Holidays

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Oct 18, 2017

    The holidays are here, which means most of us will be shopping at our local malls to buy gifts for our friends and family. Although shopping can sometimes be fun, it can also be dangerous during this time of year. From crowded stores to wet floors, holiday shopping is full of potential hazards. In this blog, we explain what you need to know to stay safe while you do your holiday shopping. Malls ...
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  • 4 Facts About Injuries Caused by Airbags

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Sep 29, 2017

    Airbags have been one of the most effective safety inventions in the history of the automobile. While they can save lives and prevent catastrophic injuries, airbags must function properly in order to provide the benefits and safety drivers and vehicle occupants have come to expect. Should airbags malfunction – be it to a defective design or poor manufacturing – they can cause substantial injuries ...
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  • Is Pot Legalization Affecting Car Accident Rates?

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Sep 27, 2017

    Throughout the country the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana has gained considerable momentum and support. Today, several states have legalized marijuana for use by adults over the age of 21, and numerous others for individuals who have verifiable medical needs. In Arizona, recreational marijuana is not currently legal, but patients with qualifying conditions can legally purchase ...
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  • Consequences of a Wet Reckless

    Posted By Salvador Phillips, PLLC || Aug 16, 2017

    Wet reckless is a driving plea typically used in cases where defendants charged with driving under the influence (DUI) plead down to a lesser charge. Because it is not an offense prosecutors charge drivers with following an arrest, it generally only comes into play when prosecutors allow defendants to plead to a lesser crime. In order for that to happen, there must be some extenuating ...
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