Accidents that result in personal injuries are traumatic experiences for anyone to endure. From medical care to mounting bills, life after a severe accident can look much different, including permanent injuries, employment loss, and mental anguish. If you or a loved one were negligently injured, the Arizona personal injury attorneys at Blischak Law Firm will protect your rights and hold liable parties accountable under Arizona law.
We have over four decades of legal experience in this practice, achieving client-praised, peer-recognized services. Call us today for more information about your options during a Free Consultation at (480) 333-4444. If you decide that hiring us will add value to your case, we will represent it on contingency fees, meaning that we will not get paid until you win.
In many Arizona personal injury cases, you must demonstrate that the at-fault party acted carelessly or recklessly, otherwise known as negligence. The concept of negligence is based on whether the at-fault party acted in the same way that a reasonable person would for the given circumstances.
To meet the legal definition of negligence, your Arizona personal injury lawyers will use evidence to prove the following four facts:
The primary goal of filing a personal injury claim is to obtain compensation for expenses incurred due to the accident. Many personal injury cases result in high medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and other financial or physical losses. Fortunately, Arizona’s civil laws allow you to hold liable parties accountable so that you are not responsible for the harm they caused you.
Blischak Law Firm has recovered millions on behalf of clients and families, including:
The answer to this question is, unfortunately, it depends. The value of every personal injury case depends on a number of variables. This can include who is responsible, the extent of your injuries, the impact it has on your life, and the amount of insurance coverage available. It is important that you work with an attorney that fully understands the facts surrounding your case, the full extent of your injuries, and what you will need to move forward.
If you intend to pursue an injury claim, you must act quickly because the statute of limitations to file a personal injury lawsuit is two years from the date of the accident or injury. In addition, if your claim involves a public entity or employee, you must file a claim with a person or persons authorized to accept service for the public entity or employee within 180 days of the date of the accident.
The Blischak Law Firm has a proven track record of successfully pursuing personal injury claims arising from all types of accidents, including:
Of course, this list is not exhaustive and there are a number of other ways that serious injuries can happen. If you or a loved one have been injured in any type of preventable accident, it may be in your best interests to speak with an attorney.
You may have legal options when injured by someone else. The Arizona personal injury lawyers at Blischak Law Firm has the experience and knowledge to help you make that determination. However, time limits apply to all cases, meaning that you may want to reach out to us as soon as possible for advice and guidance.
Blischak Law Firm has represented injured clients and their families. We are deeply committed to protecting those who have suffered severe injuries. Allow our Arizona personal injury attorneys to review your case without cost or obligation. Call (480) 333-4444 or message us online for your Free Consultation with our legal team.