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Archive: Personal Injury

Is Having Uber in Phoenix a Good Thing?

By on May 3, 2017 in Car Accidents

Our car accident attorneys report on ride sharing services in Phoenix.

Phoenix was among the first cities in the country to have Uber drivers. The ride-sharing service began to operate in the Valley back in 2012. If you are not familiar with Uber, here is a brief explanation: The ride-sharing service...


What to Do if You Are Involved in a Hit-and-Run Accident

By on July 18, 2016 in Car Accidents

Our Phoenix car accident lawyers discuss what to do if you have been involved in a hit-and-run car accident.

If another driver causes you to be involved in an auto accident in Arizona, your primary legal option is to file a claim against that driver. You might seek recovery of your property damage, medical expenses, lost income, pain and...


What Should You Do If You Are Injured in an Uber or Lyft Accident?

By on July 8, 2016 in Car Accidents

In November 2012, AZ Tech Beat announced Uber officially arrived in Phoenix. Uber is not the only ridesharing service in the region, however. Lyft also is used in the Phoenix area as well as other, lesser known services, such as...


Arizona Works to Reduce Wrong-Way Driving Accidents

By on March 28, 2016 in Car Accidents | Personal Injury

Phoenix car accident attorneys at Mushkatel, Robbins & Becker are here for you after a collision.

Obeying traffic laws, driving defensively and avoiding risky behavior behind the wheel may prevent you from causing an auto accident. Unfortunately, these practices may not protect you from becoming the victim of a car accident caused by a careless or...


What You Should Know About Traumatic Brain Injury

By on March 15, 2016 in Brain Injuries | Personal Injury

If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury due to the negligence of someone else, the Phoenix injury attorneys at Mushkatel, Robbins & Becker are here to help.

Many medical experts describe traumatic brain injury – mild TBI in particular – as being a “silent epidemic.” Victims often fail to realize that they suffer from the condition. Those around them may miss the signs as well. As a...