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Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney for a Car Accident: Question 2 – Does a Low Contingency Rate Mean More Money For Me?

Many lawyers, including myself, will frequently take personal injury cases on a contingency.  What this means is that the legal fee is contingent on the recovery at the end of the case.  Typically, the client is only responsible to pay … Continue reading

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Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney for a Car Accident: Question 1 – Do I Even Need an Attorney?

There is unfortunately a lot of incorrect or misleading information particularly when it comes to personal injury attorneys. This is the first post of a series where I plan to provide an honest look at some important considerations when hiring … Continue reading

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We’ve Moved!!!

The Maerowitz Law Firm, LLC has moved! Our new phone number is 480-927-3700. We have grown our office to a larger space. During the pandemic, attorney Matt Maerowitz is still offering free consultations on criminal and personal injury matters. We … Continue reading

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Arizona Supreme Court Issues Important Order for Court Transition Due to Coronavirus

Given the concern regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, courts around Arizona have largely avoided all in-person hearings.  Many matters previously set for April and May have been converted to telephonic, video, or continued.  On Friday May 8, the Arizona Supreme Court … Continue reading

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Justice is Met – Arizona Supreme Court Follows Plain Language of Arizona Medical Marijuana Act in Overturning Court of Appeals

Arizona Supreme Court overturns Court of Appeals medical marijuana State v. Jones decision. Continue reading

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Arizona Court of Appeals Ignores the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act in State v. Jones

The Arizona Court of Appeals yesterday decided State v. Jones in a perplexing 2-1 decision that appears to ignore the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (“AMMA”).   Defendant Rodney Jones was a registered qualifying patient under AMMA allowing him to possess under … Continue reading

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