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When Do You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?

When Do You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?

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When Do You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer? What is a “Personal Injury” Case? Even if you’ve never done so yourself, you’ve probably heard of people that have sued an individual, business, or other organization after experiencing an accident of some kind or sustaining an injury, but maybe you’ve never thought of doing so yourself….

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Arizona Cannabis Laws: What’s Legal?

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Arizona Cannabis Laws: What’s Legal? With more and more states legalizing cannabis products, from medical to recreational marijuana and associated products such as those made with hemp or hemp-produced CBD — totaling 10 states and the District of Columbia since 2012 — it has become increasingly attractive to use and consume such substances. However, the…

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5 Ways to Forgive Yourself

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5 Ways to Forgive Yourself So you’re in a bind and can’t stop beating yourself up about it, huh? Well, we always start by assuming our clients’ innocence in whatever legal situation they’ve become entangled in, and regardless of what has occurred, we fight for their right to be treated with respect, dignity, and fairness,…

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How to Stay Safe on the Road as a Bicyclist

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How to Stay Safe on the Road as a Bicyclist  Our little mountain town of Flagstaff has been hailed as a “biker’s paradise” and “biker’s mecca” for both mountain bikers and commuters, with approximately 9 percent of all trips being made by bicycle, almost 9 times the national average. However, even in a community where…

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#NationalAdoptionMonth: Start Your Adoption Journey

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This #NationalAdoptionMonth: Find Out How to Start Your Adoption Journey Adoption. It can be a beautiful way to bring a new child into your family, perhaps giving them the safe, loving, supportive home they may not have had otherwise — as well as giving others a chance to become those loving parents. You may know…

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How to Drink Smart on Tequila Sunrise

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How to Drink Smart on Tequila Sunrise It’s that time again. No, not approach of Halloween, or fall, or the changing of the leaves. In just one week, it’ll be time for Northern Arizona University’s annual Homecoming festivities, which will include, inevitably, Tequila Sunrise. If you’re not familiar with this time-honored Flagstaff tradition, the unofficial…

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Why Practicing Empathy Makes You a Better Lawyer

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Why Practicing Empathy Makes You a Better Lawyer Empathy is a word that perhaps many of us have heard, but which can be difficult to parse out in regards to what exactly it means or looks like. Many tend to conflate the terms sympathy and empathy, which despite sounding so similar, are not the same…

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Have You Been Arrested for Property Theft? Here’s what to expect.

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Have You Been Arrested for Property Theft? Here’s what to expect. In contrast to what the news or your favorite crime drama might lead you to believe, murders  — though they might get more media attention — are, in fact, nowhere near the most common type of crime. Though it has been on the decline…

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