Injured in an accident? You may be able to recover significantly more compensation for your injuries with the help of an experienced attorney. And, in Arizona, even if not physically injured, you or others who were in the accident with you, may be entitled to make a claim for negligent infliction of emotional distress (“NIED”). […]
Personal Injury: Emotional Distress
Major court cases can be very influential in American culture. Some cases, such as Brown versus the Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas, forever changed the culture and laws of the United States. Some, such as the OJ Simpson case, captivated the entire nation as people from across the country tuned in to follow the […]
How Do I Stop Harassment By A Neighbor? A Review of Arizona’s Injunction Against Harassment Law A.R.S. § 12-1809
Have you ever experienced a neighbor, an ex-significant other, or person who (for whatever reason) just does not like you, who has physically confronted or intimidated you and who refuses to leave you alone? Have you ever had to call law enforcement to make a report of this person’s behavior? Did the person continue their conduct? If so, such conduct may constitute harassment, and this sort of behavior is not tolerated in Arizona. There are laws designed to stop harassment.