Breyer Law Offices - Scottsdale Office
Our Scottsdale, AZ attorney's office is located at 15849 N. 71st Street, on Scottsdale Road just south of Bell Avenue. The office is just 20 minutes from the Phoenix city center, and is quickly accessed with the SR-51 from the west, or the Loop 101 from the east.
Visitors coming from Phoenix can use the I-10 headed east towards Tucson. Exit onto the SR-51, and follow along north. Take Exit 12 for Greenway Road. Continue east to North 71st Street, and turn north. Our office will be on the east side of 71st Street, less than a mile north of Greenway Road and south of Bell Road.
Visitors coming from the south can use the Loop 101 headed north. Exit to the West for Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard. Continue west along Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard, and turn south at Scottsdale Road. Turn west to merge onto N. 71st Street, and follow that to our office, just past Paradise Lane. Your Scottsdale attorney's office will be on the east side of the road.
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
The Husband & Wife Law Team Offer a "No Fee Promise"
If you are a Scottsdale, AZ resident, and have suffered an injury in a Scottsdale car accident, motorcycle accident, dog bite attack or any other personal injury accident, we want to help. Contact our Scottsdale, AZ personal injury lawyers Mark and Alexis Breyer immediately. Your initial consultation is always free.
The Husband and Wife Law Team of Mark and Alexis Breyer, wants to help accident victims across Arizona. To better serve North East Valley accident victims, we have an office conveniently located in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Scottsdale, Arizona is a city located in Maricopa County. The city sits east of the city capital of Phoenix. As part of the East Valley in Arizona, the U.S. Census Bureau records the city's 2013 population as 224,000. The city's slogan happens to be "The West's Most Western Town," yet locally, the city is known to be young, hip and fashionable, as a tourism and shopping destination. The city is bordered by Tempe, AZ to the south (the home of Arizona State University) and by the Tonto National Forest in the north.