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A personal injury accident can significantly impact you or your loved one’s life. Serious personal injuries, chronic pain, emotional distress, expensive medical bills, and lost wages are all some of the damages an accident can result in. The legal team at Moshier
Family Law can help accident victims put their valuable lives back together.
Contact our team for a free consultation regarding your recent accident/injury. We can answer your questions while guiding you through each step of the legal process. At Moshier Family Law, we are dedicated to recognizing our clients’ goals.
Trail Potter knows well the dedication, persistence and strength required to battle insurance companies. Trail is a dedicated and experienced personal injury attorney who will fight for your rights and get you the compensation you deserve. Trail has nearly a decade of experience in family law, juvenile law, and personal injury. He has argued and won several cases before the Arizona Court of Appeals. Trail’s unique skill set allows him to artfully and effectively answer questions from three appellate court justices and think on his feet.
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Jennifer Moshier is a compassionate and experienced personal injury attorney who will fight for your rights and get you the compensation you deserve. She has over 20 years of experience in family law, personal injury, and estate planning. She is a strong advocate for Collaborative Process, which is a more respectful and dignified way to resolve disputes.
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Don Burns has over 32 years of experience working in personal injury law, including experience in Missouri, Kansas, and Arizona. Don graduated from law school and has a license to practice as a paraprofessional in civil litigation issues, one of only a handful of people in Arizona to hold this license. Don is persistent and passionate about helping his clients get the compensation they deserve.
Note: Mr. Burns is not a lawyer, but he is a licensed legal paraprofessional. He can assist lawyers with a variety of tasks, including legal research, drafting documents, and preparing for trial.
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Make sure to find the right legal team that has experience handling accident cases just like yours. Specifically, this means your accident type. For example, a lawyer with experience handling car accident claims knows how federal and state vehicle laws will apply to your case.
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Unfortunately, obtaining fair and full compensation for injuries/accidents is not always a straightforward process. The most effective way to overcome any hurdles and demand maximum compensation for damages is by hiring a personal injury attorney.
A personal injury attorney will make it easier to navigate and execute your claim, obtaining the results you desire. If you are unsure if you could benefit from hiring an attorney, contact us for a risk-free consultation today!
When you submit an injury claim, you are building your case. Every step you take to obtain payment for your car accident injury needs to be precise. You may never need to take your case to court. Your financial recovery will depend on the insurance company feeling like your case would win in court. This is why you want an attorney representing you from the moment you first approach the insurance company. There are things you can say that could sink your claim, and destroy your chances at recovery.
The scene of the accident is important for your lawyers to understand. Your expert witnesses and anyone making decisions, like a judge or jury, must understand your car accident or accident scene. Expert witnesses can be crucial in obtaining the maximum recovery for your claim. Your attorney should have several expert witnesses accessible to them, if needed for your case. Some cases do not need expert witnesses.
In an accident, the recovery is higher if you did not cause your accident. If you are at fault, you could potentially have no recovery. Your recovery depends on whether a court could find you caused your own injuries. An experienced attorney can help overcome a bad police report, or witness testimony, in your car accident case.
A fair settlement in a car accident case is a settlement that ensures you can pay your medical bills, you are paid lost wages, and you are paid for pain and suffering. Financial compensation does not fully resolve injury to your body. However, if you cannot be fully healed, you should be compensated the maximum amount possible.
Police reports and witness testimony can make or break your case. But a good attorney can spot the important details and inconsistencies. Objective, non-biased analysis of a police report and witness testimony can change your entire case. Do not assume the police report will determine your entire outcome.
The date you file your personal injury claim is very important. You may not want to file too early, because insurance companies are often motivated to settle cases rather than go through an expensive or unproductive lawsuit. However, waiting too long is also a very significant risk because there are statutes of limitations, some as short as one year or even, 180 days for a notice of claim to a government entity. But, none of this is legal advice. You should hire an attorney for legal advice. An experienced lawyer will tell you what your claims should be, and what deadlines you have.
Patience, patience, patience plus tenacity are required to deal with insurance companies. An insurance company will chase a dime instead of focusing on a dollar. The short-sighted, nitpicky conduct of most insurance companies is exactly why premiums are so high. The insurance companies will pay someone $70,000 per year to fight over $1,500. For this, you need patience, a good attorney, and to know when to call "bad faith" on this conduct.
Your online footprint through social media and your electronic activity can make or break your case. There are some social media posts that could help you. An experienced lawyer will tell you exactly how to create the best evidence for yourself.
Understanding the specifics of personal injury law and how it pertains to your case can be quite difficult. Whether you are dealing with chronic pain, medical treatments or emotional distress, Moshier Family Law wants to help you make your claim process as easy as possible.
Personal injury law is in place to support the victim of any accident. It is designed to legally hold the party that caused said accident accountable. Personal injury is one part of the civil justice system, through which the injured parties can seek compensation for emotional and/or physical damages. Negligence is the main doctrine driving personal injury law.
Put simply, negligence is a breach of someone’s duty of care. If an individual’s negligence causes another party’s injury or even death, the negligent individual will then be held accountable for the victim’s financial compensation. If you have grounds for a personal injury claim in Scottsdale or Phoenix, Arizona, Moshier Family Law is here for you!
You may have grounds to file a lawsuit if another individual owed you a duty to exercise reasonable care, yet did not meet the standards of his or her duty in causing the accident. If you have a strict liability suit, it may be possible to file a claim without proving negligence.
No, it is not. In Arizona, you must file your lawsuit within Arizona’s statute of limitations or courts reserve the right to bar you from financial recovery. What is the statute of limitations on personal injury claims in the state of Arizona? It is two years from the date of the accident/injury, with a special circumstance exceptions.
It’s true that not every accident is 100% the defendant’s fault. Some cases may involve the contributory negligence of the victim. Do not admit fault if you contributed to your accident. Leave it to the lawyers to investigate the case and determine fault. Even if the courts find you responsible for the accident, you could still recover partial compensation courtesy of Arizona’s comparative negligence law.
An exact answer relies on numerous factors. Whether you are looking for $10,000 or $1 million in damages, though, Moshier Family Law can help!
For a free consultation regarding your recent accident or injury, contact our team. We are here to answer your questions and guide you through the legal process.