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Tucson Personal Injury Attorneys
Tucson Personal Injury Attorneys

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5 STAR REVIEW * "This firm has the best staff I have ever met in my life. They are courteous, kind, understanding, and they all do their job so well not just one person but every one treats you well. My accident really devastated me. I was so lost but when I hired Zanes, my troubles became theirs as well. They took good care of me and got me a very good settlement. If you want to be treated right and need help, go to them, you won't be discouraged or feel like you are alone in this I promise you that." - Previous Client
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Today we are celebrating our 15 year anniversary! We are grateful to be able to serve our clients and our community over the years!
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Don't forget your pool essentials! To learn 7 pool safety tips, visit: http://zaneslaw.com/swimming-pool-safety/
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5 STAR REVIEW*** "Great experience from start to finish! Would definitely recommend to a friend or family member." - Previous Client
To read more testimonials, visit: http://zaneslaw.com/testimonials/
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Do you own a pool? If so, start by asking yourself these safety questions:
1. Does your pool or spa have a fence around it?
2. Are you pool gates self-closing and self-latching?
3. Have you installed door, gate, or pool alarms?
4. Have you installed anti-entrapment drain covers to protect swimmers?
5. Are all pool and spa covers in working order?
6. Has your family received CPR training?
7. Does everyone in your family know how to swim?
http://zaneslaw.com/swimming-pool-safety/
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It’s pool season! To learn 7 pool safety tips to consider, visit: http://zaneslaw.com/swimming-pool-safety/
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Here are 7 tips to protect yourself and avoid a dangerous road rage situation:
1. Most dangerous road rage situations tend to involve two aggressive drivers. Someone cuts you off, you flip them off and they then respond. Be a polite driver. Don’t tailgate, cut vehicles off, speed, weave through traffic, or engage in other aggressive driving behavior, especially in response to another drivers actions.
2. Slow down and let aggressive drivers go around you.
3. Use your horn sparingly. Horns are meant for emergency situations.
4. If you’ve accidentally done something wrong simply, smile, waive, and acknowledge your mistake.
5. If someone wants to pass you, let them.
6. Don’t get angry and yell at other drivers. Even if they yelled at you.
7. Call 911 if you feel like you are in danger and drive to the nearest public place with witnesses. Do not get out of the car to confront another driver.
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5 STAR REVIEW * "Thank you for your assistance during this hardship. I learn a lot throughout the processes I'm glad I had a great team to assist me." - Previous client
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Have you ever reported an aggressive driver to the police? If not, this statistic might change your mind. According to NHTSA- 2 percent of aggressive drivers admit to trying to run other vehicles off of the road.
For additional safety tips and statistics on road rage, visit: http://zaneslaw.com/seven-tips-avoid-road-rage-incident/
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Remember the ASU student who was killed in a Tempe road-rage shooting? According to NHTSA 37% of aggressive driving incidents involve a firearm. When it comes to driving, you need to always be the polite and bigger person to protect yourself!
1. Use your horn sparingly. Horns are meant for emergency situations.
2. Apologize! If you’ve accidently done something wrong simply, smile, waive, and acknowledge your mistake.
3. Don’t be a competitive driver. If someone wants to pass you, let them.
For additional safety tips and statistics on road rage, visit: http://zaneslaw.com/seven-tips-avoid-road-rage-incident/
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