Archive for the Personal Injury Blog Category

Breakthrough in Brain Injury Treatment

The University of Arizona has initiated new training for treating traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients in the field.  The Excellence in Prehospital Care (EPIC) project was created in response to growing evidence that the level of care provided prior to arriving at the hospital can make a […]

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Happy Holidays

We at the Law Offices Of Dan Evans would like to take a moment and wish our friends, family, and clients happy holiday.  We hope that you and your loves ones enjoy this special time of the year and spend time with those you love.  We thank […]

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Semi Truck Rollover Accident on I-10

The driver of a semi-truck is dead after the vehicle rolled over on westbound I-10. Phillip Wade Martin, 41, from El Paso, TX was killed Sunday when he lost control of his semi-truck after striking an abandoned vehicle on the side of the I-10 highway near the […]

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Banana Boat Recall: It Doesn’t Just Block Sunrays!

Apparently Banana Boat sunscreen does more than protect against the sunrays!  Recent recalls of the UltraMist aerosol spray are to blame because of reports claiming that the sunscreen can catch fire.  The makers of the sunscreen, Energizer Holdings, Inc., claim that the problem is with the spray […]

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Parents Leave Children In Car While They Get Drunk

Two people were arrested in Cave Creek, Arizona after leaving their children unattended in the car while they went into a bar. The children were found alone in a car outside the Buffalo Chip Saloon restaurant bar by a deputy on patrol.  According to police, the children […]

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Problems With Dump Truck Tires

New series of cases have developed in the Phoenix area relating to the safety of dump truck vehicles. During a shift, while waiting to be loaded, a part-time employee discovered a tire slowly leaking air.  Upon removing the tire, he noticed that the rim had appeared to […]

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E. Coli Bacteria Scare For Johnson Utilities’ Water

Residents of San Tan Valley are being advised to boil the water before drinking it. Traces of E. coli bacteria were found in samples of the water supply, therefore making it unsafe to drink.  Residents are being warned to use an alternative source of drinking water to […]

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One Fan Dies After Lightning Strikes At Pocono Raceway

With the odds of being struck by lightning at 0.0002%, one would think this would never happen to them. Statistics show we have a 4 out of 5 chance of survival after being struck by lightning.  Unfortunately, in Long Pond, PA, the chance for survival wasn’t the […]

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Hospital Tech Was Fired In Arizona Before Working In New Hampshire

New developments in a hepatitis outbreak in New Hampshire are linked to a hospital tech that was fired from Arizona Heart Hospital back in 2010. David Kwiatkowski, a health care worker, was fired from Arizona Heart Hospital after authorities found him passed out in a hospital bathroom […]

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Pedestrian Killed In Phoenix Hit And Run

Police are searching for a light-colored pickup truck with a camper shell or an SUV that is linked to the hit and run of a pedestrian that was struck and killed Monday night.  The incident occurred near the intersection of 24th Street and University Drive around 9 […]

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