Types of personal injury cases

Automobile Accidents

Trucking/18 Wheeler Accidents

Trucking/18 Wheeler Accidents

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Every year, thousands of people across Arizona are injured in motor vehicle accidents, many of which result from driver negligence. Victims of careless motorists are often left with very serious injuries that may require expensive medical care and lengthy recoveries.

 

There many types of automobile collisions:

· Rear Impact Collisions: Also called being "rear-ended," these accidents occur when one vehicle hits the vehicle in front of it. 

· Head-On Collisions: These accidents involve one vehicle colliding with the front of another vehicle. 

· Side Impact Collisions: Also called "T-bone" accidents, these crashes involve the front of one vehicle colliding with the side of another vehicle. 

 

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Trucking/18 Wheeler Accidents

Trucking/18 Wheeler Accidents

Trucking/18 Wheeler Accidents

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When you have been involved in a truck accident and want to claim damages for your injuries, the first step is to investigate the situation to determine who is at fault. If the trucker causes the collision, you may demand financial compensation for everything from your medical expenses and lost income to the pain and suffering you have been forced to endure. 

 

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Motorcycle Accidents

Trucking/18 Wheeler Accidents

Pedestrian/Bicycle Accidents

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 Sadly, thousands of motorcyclists are injured or killed in accidents each year, many of which are caused by the negligence of motorists. Many of these accidents could have been prevented if the motorists had not been driving while distracted or intoxicated, or operating their vehicles recklessly.


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Pedestrian/Bicycle Accidents

Pedestrian/Bicycle Accidents

Pedestrian/Bicycle Accidents

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The large weight and speed of passenger vehicles and commercial trucks can cause victims to suffer minor damage to catastrophic injuries. After being struck by motor vehicles, pedestrians often sustain broken bones, lacerations, back injuries, neck injuries, joint damage, organ damage, spinal cord injuries, and traumatic brain injuries. Victims' lives are affected in numerous other ways as well, and depending upon the circumstances of your accident and the extent of your injuries, your claim could seek to recover the following damages:

· Medical expenses, including medication, supplies, and rehabilitation

· Cost of future medical treatment for your injuries

· Wages lost during your recovery

· Loss of future earning capacity or wages, if you suffered permanent injuries

· The accident's impact on your mental well-being and physical health

 

If you believe you have grounds to file a personal injury claim against the driver who caused your pedestrian/bicycle accident, don't wait to contact me to obtain knowledgeable legal representation for your case.

Wrongful Deaths

Pedestrian/Bicycle Accidents

Serious Dog Bites

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Wrongful death is the death of a loved one at the hands of another person's negligence. After a wrongful death accident, grieving family members and loved ones are often forced to deal with their sudden loss and costly funeral expenses and medical bills. They may also be flung into financial distress by no longer being able to pay for rent, utilities and other living expenses once covered by the deceased’s income. 

 

This claim is often complicated so don't wait to contact me to discuss how I can help and represent you to the fullest extent of the law. 

Serious Dog Bites

Pedestrian/Bicycle Accidents

Serious Dog Bites

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In the United States, hundreds of thousands of victims seek medical care for dog bites annually, and approximately half of these victims are children. Thousands of dog attacks could be prevented each year if owners acted responsibly and took necessary measures to prevent harm to the public.

 
 

Under Arizona's strict liability law, negligent dog owners are liable for any damages caused by their pets biting a person when the dog is unprovoked. 

 

If injured in a dog attack, don't wait to contact me to obtain knowledgeable legal representation for your case.