Personal Injury

Personal injury lawsuits are the result of someone’s negligence toward another, causing bodily injury or harm.

In Arizona, you must prove that you have been injured by another party’s careless or reckless actions to win a personal injury claim.

Physical personal injury can include: disfigurement, loss of limb, permanent or disfiguring scars, disability, and loss of one of the five senses. Mental harm might include: emotional trauma, mental anguish, embarrassment, or loss of enjoyment.

Whether your injuries were caused by an accident, malicious intent, or a defect in a product’s design, production or labeling, you have the right to seek compensation for economic and non-economic damages.

• ATV Accidents

• Animal Bites, such as dog attacks

• Automobile or Motorcycle Accidents

• Bicycle Accidents

• Boating or Aviation Accidents

• Brain Injuries

• Construction Accidents

• Medical Malpractice or Pharmaceutical Negligence

• Product Liability

• Fire Injuries

• Homeowner Liability

• Nursing Home Abuse

• Physical Assaults

• Premises Liability

• Slip, Trip or Fall Injuries

• Wrongful Death