Top Arizona Personal Injury Lawyers
As personal injury lawyers, personal injury claims is all we do. For that reason, we receive many calls each day not only about the law but also regarding whether or not the caller should bring an Arizona personal injury claim. First, it is always a great idea to call an experienced personal injury lawyer in Arizona to ask questions. Without calling a personal injury lawyer, you will never know your options. Many times, there are very important deadlines, and if these deadlines are missed, then as the injured person, you won't even have the option of pursuing your Arizona personal injury claim.
Whether or not to bring an Arizona injury claim will be dependent on many things. First if you are in a car accident, you will want to consider who is at fault, what your injuries were in the car accident, what your future prognosis will be, what your lost wages will be, among other considerations. In other words, when pursuing an Arizona car accident claim, it is first important to determine whether or not you will be successful in your personal injury claim as well as to consider what your expenses incurred will be.
If you are involved in a car accident and never have to go to the doctor, then it is probably not going to be worth your time to pursue a personal injury claim in Arizona. On the other hand, if you were seriously injured or if you have potential serious injuries or life-altering injuries as a result of the accident, then it is probably in your best interest to pursue a personal injury claim.
Many people tell us that they feel pursuing a personal injury claim is not worth it. Others tell us that they feel bad and don't want to have another person paying them out-of-pocket. Others call asking questions on what the process of a personal injury claim. These are all great questions, and ultimately, it is most important to talk to an experienced Arizona personal injury lawyer who can go over all these questions with you. Beyond that; however, we will tell you that almost always, people have insurance. It is the insurance company who will be paying you or your family for the fatal injury of a loved one.
Why would we all buy insurance if we are never going to make a claim when we need it? When you are facing large medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses as the result of another person's negligence, why would you not want the insurance company to help you? Even when a person is negligent, there is usually insurance that will pay for your personal injury claim. Many times, bringing a personal injury claim also helps to prevent others from being injured. We can name countless lawsuits and claims that we have brought against individual people, companies, and the counties, where if we had not brought them, other innocent individuals would have been seriously injured as well. In that regard, helping people who are injured and knowing that we are preventing other innocent people from being injured is one of the best parts of being an accident lawyer in AZ.
If you are wondering whether or not you have a claim or just have questions regarding an injury, give us a call. We can answer all your legal questions about your personal injury claim and we will make sure at the very least that you are aware of all your deadlines. Attorney Mark Breyer is an expert in injury and wrongful death law in Arizona. The Husband and Wife Law Team have been practicing law since 1996 and Mark Breyer is one of only 1% of all attorneys who has been honored with the distinction of being an expert in personal injury law in Arizona by the State Bar of Arizona. All our consultations are free and we never get paid unless we obtain a settlement. Call us at (602) 457-6222 today.
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