Goldberg & Osborne Relocates Prescott Office to Prescott Valley

Goldberg & Osborne LogoThe former Goldberg & Osborne personal injury law firm office in downtown Prescott, Arizona has been moved to the heart of Prescott Valley, Arizona as of March 7th, 2016.

The new office, which will continue to be managed by attorney Marc Kamin, is better geographically situated to service clients in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey, Chino, Paulden, and other nearby towns. It is located just off Highway 69 on North Great Western Drive, across the highway from the Sam’s Club shopping center.

Office hours for the Goldberg & Osborne Prescott Valley location are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Walk-ins are welcome and no prior appointment is necessary for a free case evaluation. There are never any fees or charges unless a case is settled or won.

The full address for our new Prescott Valley, Arizona office is:

2485 N Great Western Dr
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
Goldberg & Osborne is a proud member of the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce.
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Spring 2016 Goldberg & Osborne Don’t Text and Drive Scholarship Launches

On average, nine Americans will be killed today in a motor vehicle accident that involves a distracted driver.

Consider this, the behavior of texting while driving has been said to be as dangerous as drinking and driving and 33% of U.S. drivers admitted to reading or writing text messages while driving in the previous month. That’s like driving around with 33% of the other drivers drunk.

Goldberg & Osborne, an Arizona personal injury law firm, represents clients who have seen first-hand the devastation that results from someone who thought they were immune to the dangers of driving while texting. Attorney Allen Bucknell was referring to his case, in which a husband was killed when the driver of a tractor trailer glanced down at a text from his employer, when he said, “It’s not enough to have laws on the books banning phone use while driving. That helps the lawyers after the accident to punish the people who committed the crime, but it doesn’t stop someone from deciding to glance at their phone.”

Although, 46 States (including California) have bans on texting while driving, the Los Angeles Times has reported, California’s auto accident trends before and after the state’s landmark cellphone law took effect, mirror those of states such as Arizona, which does not have a ban on phone use while driving.  Allen Bucknell goes on to explain, “In order to change the behavior of texting while driving, people have to accept the personal responsibility and make a premeditated decision that they won’t text and drive.”

To help foster this idea of self-responsibility and to bring attention to this growing problem, Goldberg & Osborne is asking every driver to take the Goldberg & Osborne Don’t Text and Drive pledge, and in return, they will be entered into a drawing to win a $1,000 college scholarship. Just like deciding ahead of time to designate a sober driver for those who drink, deciding ahead of time not to text and drive will save lives.

To take the pledge and enter the drawing for a scholarship, go to our Don’t Text and Drive scholarship page. The qualification period starts February 1, 2016 through March 31, 2016 and is open to anyone for use at any college or institution of higher learning that accepts third-party scholarships.

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Goldberg & Osborne Featured on NBC Channel 12 News Ahead of Big Game

Channel 12 NewsChannel 12 News (NBC) in Phoenix, Arizona recently spotlighted Goldberg & Osborne to help drive awareness regarding traffic accidents stemming from activities related to the Super Bowl being played locally this year in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday, February 1.

Managing attorney Allen Bucknell was interviewed live on air for Channel 12 News during the Arizona Midday segment to talk about the dangers of driving with such a big event taking place in the area. Statistics indicate accidents have historically risen in the days surrounding large scale sporting events. You need to be ready to manage the increased difficulty in driving conditions as traffic will be heavier and more drivers will be on the roads while under the influence of alcohol, especially immediately following the big game.

Of course if you do get into an accident and are injured as a result, Goldberg & Osborne is ready to assist you with your injury claim.

The full Channel 12 news interview with Mr. Bucknell can be viewed through the following link:

Goldberg & Osborne on Channel 12 News

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Goldberg & Osborne’s Don’t Text & Drive Scholarship

The Goldberg & Osborne Don’t Text and Drive Scholarship has a new home!

Click here to visit the new Goldberg & Osborne Don’t Text and Drive Scholarship page.

 

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Suit Against Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company Alleges Defects Caused Rollover Crash

Three Arizona Department of Corrections employees filed a lawsuit against Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company in Maricopa County Superior Court on Wednesday, May 15, 2013. The lawsuit arises out of the April 5, 2013 rollover of a Department of Corrections van on I-10 south of Phoenix.

Jeff Darden, Melissa Fowler and Ritchie Chin suffered injuries in the crash that occurred at MP 173.7.

Although injured himself, Mr. Chin was able to lift the van sufficiently to permit witnesses to pull Ms. Fowler from her position partially trapped beneath the van, which had rolled and ended up on its roof.

The DOC van was transporting a number of DOC employees home to Phoenix after their shifts. Initial investigation disclosed that all the corrections officers were wearing their seatbelts.

The suit, filed by John Osborne of Goldberg & Osborne, alleges that the left rear tire on the van lost its tread because of defects in the tire causing the van’s driver to lose control.

“This case demonstrates again that tire tread losses continue to plague our citizens more than ten years after the Firestone cases,” said Mr. Osborne. “Tread losses occur when they shouldn’t, even when tires are well maintained and relatively new. Tire tread losses are often impossible for drivers to prevent.”

The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages for the injured workers.

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