Our firm represents people who have been injured as well as the families of people who have lost their lives as a result of the negligence of another person or company. Many cases originate from automobile, motorcycle, boating, animal or airplane accidents. Such cases may also result from the use of defective products.
Under Arizona law, if you have been injured as a result of an accident caused by a third party, you have a right to be compensated for the cost of medical expenses, property damage, lost wages and for pain and suffering. Our firm also handles uninsured and underinsured motorist cases. We accept personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis, which means there is no fee unless we win or settle your case.
Despite significant safety improvements in automobiles and in the design of roads, car accidents remain quite common. It is likely that any given person will be involved in at least one serious automobile accident during his or her lifetime. Generally speaking, auto accidents are handled through each party’s insurance company and things are settled quickly. In some cases, auto accidents resulting in personal injury or extensive property loss lead to lawsuits. Damages sought after auto accidents can include cost of medical treatment, loss of property, and loss of wages.
We know that there are people out there who have out-dated attitudes about ‘bikers’ affecting what you may face in a court of law. Don’t rely on insurance companies to treat you fairly. Take control of your motorcycle accident to ensure that you receive the justice you deserve. With an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer handling your claim, you stand a much better chance of being fairly compensated for your injuries.
Wrongful death is a claim in common law jurisdictions against a person who can be held liable for a death. The claim is brought in a civil action, usually by close relatives, as enumerated by statute. Under common law, a deceased person cannot bring a suit, and this created a legal hole in which activities that resulted in a person’s injury would result in civil sanction but activities that resulted in a person’s death would not.
Dog bite law consists of civil and criminal law, found in state statutes, county and city ordinances, and court decisions. The laws vary widely among jurisdictions. Liability can result from the negligent handling or confinement of a dog, or the violation of a leash law or other animal control law intended to protect against bodily injury to people. Injuries caused by negligence make a dog owner, harborer or keeper liable in almost every state.