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After an accident in Tucson, your first instinct may be to take every possible step to save money. Handling your claim yourself may seem like a viable way to save money on attorney’s fees. This can have an opposite effect, resulting in a case that drags out too long and settles for a far lower sum. You may even entirely lose the ability to collect on your claim.

Our Tucson injury lawyers will take the stress off of you by handling every step of the personal injury process. We have the necessary knowledge and experience to obtain the best possible results for our clients. This will translate into a higher overall settlement for you. All of this is done at an affordable rate that you only pay after we successfully negotiate your settlement or win your trial.

See Why We’re Tucson’s Best Choice in Injury Attorneys

Our Tucson Injury Lawyers want to make sure that our clients are left with as much as their personal injury award as possible at the conclusion of their case. Our competitive contingency rate doesn’t mean you’ll be receiving legal services at a reduced quality level. You will receive our staff’s care and dedication at every step of your claim. Our attorneys are also experienced in personal injury trials, should your case proceed to that step.

What exactly is a contingency fee? This means that your attorney will work on your case with no money down, and their payment will be contingent on securing an award for you. If your attorney doesn’t successfully negotiate a settlement agreement on your behalf, or win your case at trial, your attorney will receive nothing. Our attorneys can even help you receive medical treatment through medical liens in the meantime. For a free case evaluation, call or use our online form for your free consultation.

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Qualities to Look For in a Tucson Injury Lawyer

One of the main things you should look for in an accident attorney is experience in Arizona personal injury law. Your attorney should be familiar with your jurisdiction’s specific practices and how to investigate your claim. The proper diligence in these areas means more leverage while negotiating a settlement later down the road. You may be eligible to collect damages that you don’t even know exist. Have one of our experienced Tucson Injury Lawyers evaluate your claim today, free of charge.

TYPES OF PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS IN TUCSON

We take several types of personal injury claims, including but not limited to:

  • Pedestrian injuries

  • Wrongful death

  • Dog bites

While every case is unique, our attorneys’ experience is broad. If we find that you have a compensable claim, we will get you started on the path to receiving your fair compensation through an Arizona personal injury claim.

OUR INJURY LAWYERS WILL HANDLE EVERY STEP OF YOUR CLAIM

Obtaining Medical Treatment After an Accident
Your auto insurance policy may include MedPay, which covers some of your medical expenses after an accident, regardless of who caused it. If you have MedPay coverage, our attorneys will assist you in redeeming this benefit.
If you don’t have MedPay coverage, you may need to use medical liens in order to receive medical treatment after an accident. With this method, your doctors will treat you with no out-of-pocket cost, and receive compensation from your award. Our Tucson Injury Lawyers will assist you in establishing medical liens, coordinating with doctors, reviewing treatment plans, and more. This gives you more time and energy to concentrate on your recovery.

ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION

TUCSON ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS

There are several steps a quality personal injury attorney will take to secure evidence to strengthen your claim. Whether that’s searching out photographic and video footage of your accident, obtaining police and incident reports, working with your employer to figure out how much time you missed from work, locating eyewitnesses for testimony purposes, coordinating with experts to create an accurate picture of your injuries, and more, our attorneys will help you achieve the highest possible settlement or trial award.

Arizona Statute of Limitations

One issue to keep in mind in a personal injury claim is the relevant statute of limitations. The statute of limitations, or time limit in which a case must be filed, is 2 years for most accidents in Arizona. However, there are exceptions to this rule, and it’s vital that you are aware of them so that your case is filed before it expires. Otherwise, you will permanently lose the ability to collect on your claim.

You must request all of your damages in one shot in a personal injury claim, including those you expect to incur in the future. If you have a serious injury with long-lasting or permanent repercussions, our attorneys will help you estimate and calculate your damages. We can help you with this whether you have completed your medical treatment before filing your claim.

How to Proceed After an Accident in Tucson

The first thing you should always do after an accident is check if you need medical treatment, and pursue it as soon as possible if necessary. After making sure you are out of harm’s way, you should exchange insurance information with the other party.
Take photos of the damage, as well as videos, if they will more clearly represent the damage. You can also call the police to issue a police report. While not final, a police report stating that the other party is at fault can greatly speed up the insurance process.  Our Tucson Injury Lawyers can help.

After an accident, you may feel shock or adrenaline, and your pain and other symptoms may take a few days to appear. Don’t hesitate to see a doctor a few days after the accident just because you refused medical treatment at the scene. Neck and spine injuries are common after accidents, but can remain dormant long enough to be neglected in your personal injury claim.

After assessing all of your damages, you will need to send a demand letter detailing your injuries to the other party. This will initiate the settlement negotiation process. Whenever possible, you should consult a personal injury attorney before communications with the other party or their insurance representative.