Phoenix Sidewalk Accident Attorney
You'd planned for a nice walk with the family or your pet, just around the block or to the neighborhood park. But, a broken, slippery or crumbling piece of sidewalk has you loaded into an ambulance, heading to the emergency room with a serious injury. Now the questions begin pouring in:
- Who is responsible for my injury?
- How am I going to pay for these medical bills?
- What are my legal rights in this situation?
- Should I contact an attorney?
You're not the only one asking themselves these kinds of questions. Each year many people living in Phoenix, suffer injuries because of dangerous sidewalk conditions. The Breyer Law Offices, P.C. has a history of helping people just like you recover damages after a nasty trip, slip or fall on the sidewalk.
We have held landlords, property owners and municipalities responsible for not keeping the sidewalk safe. Together, we can send these individuals a clear message and get you the compensation you need for the following:
- Emergency medical transportation and care
- Physical therapy
- Follow up doctor visits
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of wages
Now you may be asking yourself the biggest question of them all:
"I can barely afford my hospital bills. How can I possibly afford an attorney?"
The Phoenix premises liability attorneys at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. understand your concerns. We know that your injuries have put you in a tough spot. Medical bills are expensive and add up. This is why we operate as a contingency fee based practice. That means we don’t collect a dime until you’ve won your claim. No hidden fees. No unexplained courts costs. We only receive payment when you decide to settle your claim or we get a verdict at trial. That way, you can focus on recovering, while we focus on getting you the compensation you need.
Call us at (602) 267-1280 to schedule a free consultation with our personal injury team.
Falling on a sidewalk can be a serious accident. Injuries can range from a simple sprain to severe and life-altering trauma. But, proving wrongdoing takes considerable time and resources. For that reason it's important to speak with a qualified personal injury firm as soon as possible.
Don't forget, Arizona maintains a statute of limitations on all civil actions. That means unless you file a claim within the designated time limit, you can lose your right to compensation.
Give the Breyer Law Offices, P.C. a call to get the ball rolling on your claim. Our Phoenix injury lawyers have the experience, the resources, and the track record to help you secure the kind of compensation you need.
Let us help you move forward. Contact us at (602) 267-1280 and we can help you decide the next step to take on your claim.