Entries by Jonathan Negretti

Self-Driving Car Accidents

According to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA), approximately 94% of car accidents are due to human error. Innovators have imagined a world where our faults would no longer endanger each other on the road. Today, self-driving cars seem to be a permanent reality, especially in Arizona where Uber had been testing its […]

Partial Fault in an Arizona Auto Accident

Receiving compensation after an auto accident largely depends on who was at fault. As a result, determining who gets compensation can be complicated when one or more drivers are partially at fault. An experienced accident lawyer can help you navigate this process and begin the process of determining responsibility. Ultimately, your recovery will depend on […]

Diminished Value Claims in California

If your vehicle was damaged in an accident, its value has decreased by more than just the repair cost. There are several reasons for this: Replacement parts are usually never as good of quality as original equipment manufacturer (“OEM”) parts. Repairs can structurally compromise and weaken your vehicle. There might be undiscovered (and unrepaired) damage […]

Diminished Value Claims in Arizona

Arizona is a diminished value state, which means you could be entitled to bring a diminished value claim after an auto accident. A diminished value claim provides a way for you to recover the lost resale value of your vehicle had it never been subjected to the accident. However, you cannot submit a diminished value […]

Arizona Pedestrian Accident Lawyers

Arizona has the highest rate of pedestrian deaths in the nation. In 2017 alone, 226 pedestrians were killed in Arizona vehicle crashes, while more than 1,500 pedestrians were injured, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. Pedestrian accidents are common in places where people and vehicles are forced to share space — at crosswalks, intersections, […]

California Distracted Driving Law

It is no secret that distracted driving continues to be on the rise. According to the California Office of Traffic Safety, 80% of vehicle collisions involve some aspect of driver inattention. According to California distracted driving law, anything that takes your full attention off the road is considered distracted driving. Texting and Phone Use Using […]

California Wildfire Lawyers

Wildfires often cause irreparable damage to the environment, public health and your personal property. You can be both directly and indirectly affected. Even those who are far away from a wildfire can be adversely impacted by the air quality it produces. Wildfires are not always caused by natural forces but sometimes by electrical and power […]