Personal Injury Overview
During 2012, there were a total of 103,637 vehicles that were involved in a wreck in Arizona. In most cases, after an automobile accident or a motorcycle accident, it’s imperative to contact a car accident attorney. One of the challenges that those involved in an accident will face is making a claim against the car insurance. Arizona requires licensed drivers to maintain a minimum level of insurance or to post bond. However, just because a driver has insurance doesn’t mean the insurance company will pay for a claim. If you are one of the drivers who was injured in an accident, in order to get the maximum settlement, you should contact an attorney who understands how personal injury statutes apply to your case. Insurance adjusters are trained to minimize your claim or deny the claim outright. Let a professional at the Lara Law Group assist you in maximizing you claim.
There are other reasons why you need someone who understands the intricacies of personal injury law in Arizona. Cases involving wrongful death, slip and fall accidents, workplace incidents or cases where your homeowner’s insurance will not pay a legal claim. These types of issues require the assistance of an attorney who understands Arizona law for both personal injury as well as tort law.
How an attorney can help
One of the challenges that are faced by people who have been injured in a workplace incident or who have suffered a dog bite or have had a slip and fall accident in a commercial building is not understanding what rights they may have to file a claim. Keep in mind that any insurance company you deal with is going to do whatever is necessary to avoid paying the maximum settlement. In fact, they may claim your injuries were pre-existing, they may deny that the person responsible for your injury was actually at fault or they may use other tactics to slow down or prevent any payment. This is when you need an attorney who has knowledge of the various rules that apply in Maricopa County, Pima County and Phoenix. We are committed to ensuring you get the best possible settlement regardless of how severe your inury is.
Regardless of where in Arizona you suffered a personal injury, from the San Tan Valley to Arizona City, you have to worry about the statutes of limitations that apply to personal injury cases. Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 12, Chapter 5, ARS 501 556 delineates the various types of injuries including workplace injury, dog bites, wrongful death, etc. and explains when you must file a suit. These dates range from one year after an incident to three years after an incident and if you do not file suit during this time, you relinquish your right to do so.
If you have suffered any type of personal injury or you have lost a family member due to someone’s negligence, you should contact an attorney who understands Arizona personal injury law. At the The Lara Law Group, PLC, we are committed to helping those who have been injured due to someone’s negligence.
At the Lara Law Group, PLC we are committed to helping victims of car and motorcycle accidents, slip and fall accidents, victims of medical malpractice, workplace accident victims, dog bite victims, victims of crimes or those who have lost a loved one and may need to file a wrongful death claim. If you or someone you love needs help making sure an insurance company doesn’t take advantage of you, call us today. We serve victims all over Arizona including Apache Junction, Pinal County, East Valley, Casa Grande, Queen Creek, Oro Valley, Scottsdale, Ahwatukee, Coolidge, Chandler, Florence, Gilbert, Mammoth, Kearny, Tucson, Marana, Tempe, Eloy and Mesa. It does not matter whether you are fighting an insurance company or your injury falls under Arizona’s torts statutes, we can help get you the maximum settlement you are entitled to.