Phoenix Personal Injury Lawyers
Attorneys Available to Evaluate Your Case 24/7 – Talk to a Phoenix Personal Injury Lawyer Today
Auto accidents, falls in department stores and incidents of nursing home abuse often happen at the most unexpected times, and they certainly are not confined to a 9-5 M-F schedule. Our Phoenix personal injury attorneys recognize that when you suffer severe injuries that send you to the hospital, you are likely to have urgent questions about paying your medical bills, coping with lost household income and other important issues. These are not concerns that can wait until convenient business hours, so we offer 24/7 attorney staffing to answer your questions and evaluate your case. We make this commitment to clients because we recognize the urgency involved in obtaining financial compensation for an individual who has suffered serious injury because of the negligent, reckless or intentional conduct of an individual, business or government entity.
Aggressive Advocacy for Phoenix Personal Injury Victims
Our Arizona personal injury law firm is committed to pursuing the maximum recovery for our clients. This firm philosophy is evidenced by the fact that your attorney will personally handle your case as opposed to delegating the work to an administrator, paralegal or legal secretary. Once we take your case, we conduct an investigation that may include reviewing medical and accident reports, consulting with experts, inspecting the scene of the accident and otherwise seeking evidence of liability, causation and damages. We tenaciously negotiate with insurance companies from a position of strength, so we can obtain the compensation our clients need to move past their injuries. We handle the full range of personal injury claims, including but not limited to the following:
- Car accidents
- SUV rollovers
- Slip and falls
- Nursing home abuse
- Motorcycle crashes
- Tractor-trailer collisions
- Dog bites and attacks
- Trip and falls
- Construction accidents
- Distracted driving collisions
- Drunk driving crashes
Legal Basis for Seeking Financial Compensation in Arizona
Whether you are injured in a motor vehicle accident or fall on the premises of another, negligence typically constitutes the legal basis for your claim. Negligence is a legal term that essentially refers to the failure to exercise reasonable care that causes foreseeable injury to someone whom is owed a duty of ordinary care. Examples might include a driver running a traffic light, or the failure of a store to clean up a spilled liquid that has been present for a sufficient time for the store to post an adequate warning or clean up the spill.
Sometimes you may seek compensation based on “strict liability”, which refers to imposition of financial liability without evidence of fault. Under Arizona dog bite law, the owner of a dog is liable for injuries caused by a dog without knowledge that the dog is vicious or evidence of negligence by the owner. Similarly, businesses that design, manufacture or sell a defective product can be liable for injuries based on strict liability.
When the wrongful conduct that causes injury is reckless, such as drunk driving or intentional like an assault and battery, the court may impose damages beyond those intended to compensate the victim for injuries and loss. Punitive damages might be available to deter and punish particularly egregious conduct.
Financial Recovery for Serious Injury
Whether you are knocked over by a dog while riding your bike or T-boned in an intersection by a drunk driver, the negligence of another can result in catastrophic injuries. The medical expenses, physical pain and temporary or permanent disability associated with a significant injury can impose serious financial obstacles for you and your family. When you suffer broken bones, fractures, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, severed limbs, paralysis or other serious injuries, some of the types of damages we might be able to seek include:
- Costs of medical care
- Income lost because of time off work
- Pain and suffering
- Property damage (e.g. vehicle repair/replacement)
- Diminished earning capacity
- Punitive damages (egregious acts)
Speak Directly with an Experienced Maricopa County Personal Injury Lawyer
While these are only some of the types of damages that you might be entitled to receive, we welcome the opportunity to discuss your case so that can evaluate your legal claim. When you call Ariano & Associates, PLLC, you will be immediately connected with a knowledgeable and friendly personal injury attorney so that you can get your questions answered without having to schedule an appointment. Our Phoenix personal injury law firm represents clients throughout the Phoenix area and Maricopa County, including but not limited to the following cities; Phoenix, Gilbert, Mesa, Tempe, Paradise Valley, Apache Junction, Peoria, Glendale, Chandler, Fountain Valley, Goodyear, Avondale, Surprise, El Mirage and Sun City. We invite you to call us today so that you can get your questions answered and learn about your legal rights and remedies at (602) 714-8936.
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