Arizona Personal Injury Attorney
Personal Injury Law, also known as Tort Law, provides people with the rights to seek compensation when another person deliberately or through negligence harms or injures their legally protected interest. A classic example of these types of events is often seen in Arizona automobile accidents. If you are hit from behind while stopped at a red light, the other person can be held liable for your injuries and damages. Other examples that may result in personal injury can include, but are not necessarily limited to:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Premises liability claims
- Dog bite or dog attacks
- Product liability
- Construction accidents
- Birth injury
- Motorcycle accidents
- Trucking accidents
- On the job accidents
- Nursing home negligence
Obtaining the best injury settlement is up to an experienced personal injury lawyer and law team with a winning record. If you have suffered a personal injury in Arizona, we are here to help you.
A claim for a personal injury in Arizona must be accompanied by an injury which can serve as evidence for you to be compensated. If you can not prove you were injured at the time of the accident, then you may not be eligible for monetary damages. For example, if you were to slip and fall due to another person’s negligence but you were not injured, seeking monetary damages or compensation can be meaningless.
Under the law of Arizona personal injury, the party responsible for causing any injury or damage is held liable and should be required to cover for damages. Depending on the type of legal wrongs or actions will determine the outcome of the negligent party. Personal injury law can be categorized into three parts: negligence, intentional torts and strict liability torts. Each category is handled differently according the level or cause of actions.
If you or a loved one falls victim to any personal injury case, you must take prompt action to preserve any evidence by contacting an experienced Arizona personal injury attorney. At Breyer Law Offices, P.C., we will investigate the accident and aggressively pursue compensation for your injuries. Hiring the right lawyer can make a difference.
"What is my case worth?"
Many people who call our firm want to know what is their personal injury claim worth. Your case value and injury settlement will vary in value depending on different things:
- What type of injury claim, such as car accident, motorcycle accident, slip and fall
- The type of injuries sustained
- Are the injuries permanent
- Whether lost wages or medical bills were incurred as a result of the injury
- The adverse insurance company and the background of the person who caused the accident and injury
- How the accident happened
- The reputation of your injury attorney
- The doctors and experts hired by your injury lawyer and the investigation and legal processing of your injury claim
These are some of the factors that help determine what a fair settlement would be for your injury claim. With our experience and Mark's reputation as an expert in Arizona injury and wrongful death law, we aim to get the best personal injury settlement possible. At the same time, we are not afraid of going to trial. Without knowing all of the factors above, no reputable Arizona personal injury lawyer can tell you the true case value of your injury claim. Many times our investigation leads to a case being worth far more than anyone otherwise would have thought at the outset. What is for sure is that the attorney you hire can be the difference between a fair settlement and no settlement at all.
For a free consultation, please contact Breyer Law Offices, P.C. at (602) 267-1280 and we will determine if you have a case. Don’t delay.
If you or a loved one is a victim of personal injuries, call now or CLICK HERE to submit a Simple Case Form. The initial consultation is free of charge, and if we agree to accept your case, we will work on a contingent fee basis, which means we get paid for our services only if there is a monetary award or recovery of funds. Don't delay! You may have a valid claim and be entitled to compensation for your injuries, but a lawsuit must be filed before the statute of limitations expires.