Car Accident Attorneys in Ahwatukee
Get Legal Help After an Auto Accident
As the old saying goes: if you drive a vehicle it isn't a matter of if you'll be in an accident, it's a matter of when. Of course, accidents happen. We're only human after all. But, if the accident could have been avoided had someone not driven in a reckless and dangerous manner, then maybe it wasn't a matter of when, but rather how?
If you have been involved in an automobile accident in or around the Ahwatukee area, contact the car accident attorneys at Breyer Law Offices, P.C.
For two decades, The Husband & Wife Law Team of Alexis and Mark Breyer have been helping residents of Ahwatukee. We know the people, the traffic, and just how deadly a negligent driver can be. We are committed to helping individuals just like you get the compensation they deserve.
Compensation After a Car Crash in Ahwatukee
Depending on the type of accident, and the at-fault party's negligence, you could be entitled to significant compensation for:
- Emergency medical transportation and treatment
- Long term hospital accommodations
- Doctor and specialist care
- Therapeutic services
- Wrongful death
- Loss of wages
- Pain and suffering
- Future medical bills
If you have been severely injured in crash, contact the Breyer Law Offices, P.C. to schedule a free case consultation today.
How Could This Happen?
Accidents can happen for all sorts of reasons, most of which are out of anyone's control. But, what about accidents that could've been prevented? Situations in which the person who was in control chose to behave in a negligent manner and ignore their responsibility to drive safely? While there are many ways this could happen, some of the more common bad behaviors we've encountered include:
- Drunk driving
- Distracted driving
- Texting while driving
- Road rage or aggressive driving
- Under the influence of drugs while driving
When Should I Contact an Ahwatukee Car Accident Attorney?
At Breyer Law Offices, P.C. we believe the sooner, the better. In the State of Arizona, there exists a two year statute of limitations for many accident claims; however, there are some claims that require legal action in as little 180 days. This is a type of deadline that applies to all legal proceedings.
In regards to personal injury claims, you have a window of opportunity in which to file your case. Failing to do so in the designated time frame can result in a complete loss of compensation. So, we highly recommend contacting our firm as soon as possible to review your legal options. This does not mean you have to hire a lawyer right away, but it is always a good idea to be informed of your rights and deadlines.
The number to dial is (480) 588-8508. Call today to schedule a free case consultation with an Ahwatukee personal injury lawyer.