Mesa Injury Lawyers Work to Hold Negligent Parties Accountable
Aggressive Arizona firm pursues payment for medical costs and lost income
When you’ve been hurt and believe someone else is to blame for the physical and emotional harm you’ve suffered, the Mesa injury attorneys at The Bradshaw Firm, PLC can help. For more than 35 years, we have advocated on behalf of clients throughout Maricopa County and elsewhere in car accident, premises liability and defective product cases. We give each person we serve honest counsel and assertive representation in order to maximize their chance of receiving a favorable verdict or settlement.
Knowledgeable advisers answer questions pertaining to personal injury law
Our firm has obtained millions of dollars for Arizona residents in litigation arising from car and truck accidents, pedestrian injuries, falls, poorly made products and medical practice. We have the skill and experience to handle complex matters relating to brain injuries and other serious medical conditions. Though each case is unique, we are always available to answer common questions, such as:
What if a loved one dies because someone else was negligent?
If a family member passes away due to the fault of someone else, our firm is available to provide legal representation in a wrongful death action. In these cases, a spouse, parent or child can seek reimbursement for funeral expenses and compensation for income the victim would have acquired throughout their lifetime.
What if I am injured in a store or business?
Businesses that allow visitors onto their premises must take reasonable steps to help those guests avoid any unseen hazards or preventable dangers. Should you get hurt by falling on a wet floor or because security was insufficient, our firm can assess if the property owner breached their legal duty.
What if I am injured and have no insurance?
If the defendant is found to be negligent and responsible for your injury, they or their insurer should cover your healthcare expenses.
What if I am injured and cannot work?
Wages that you lose because your injury prevents you from working are reimbursable from a liable defendant under Arizona law.
What if I am injured in a car accident where the other driver is at fault? Do I file a claim with my insurer?
Arizona is not a no-fault auto insurance state, so you don’t have to file a claim with your carrier if the other driver was to blame for the collision. However, you might want to notify your insurer anyway in case the other motorist brings an action against you, or if he or she lacks the coverage necessary to pay your medical bills. In those cases, your healthcare costs might be reimbursed from your uninsured motorist policy. When you consult with one of our auto accident lawyers in Mesa, we’ll review the circumstances and guide you on the best way to proceed.
Established litigators explain how a personal injury claim proceeds
Personal injury cases are filed based on the tort of negligence. In this type of litigation, a plaintiff can recover damages when they have shown the defendant had a duty of reasonable care to the plaintiff and violated that duty, resulting in damages. Some of these cases hinge on whether the defendant acted reasonably to protect the plaintiff from harm.
Working with a qualified personal injury attorney will help you understand how a question of legal liability might be decided in court and what type of financial recovery is appropriate for the circumstances. Damages that can be won under Arizona law include compensation for medical costs, income lost due to the injury, pain and suffering experienced by the plaintiff and emotional harm resulting from the incident.
Contact an accomplished Arizona personal injury lawyer for a free initial consultation
The Bradshaw Firm, PLC represents Arizona personal injury victims. For a free consultation with a qualified attorney, please call 480-712-9126 or contact us online. Our office is in Mesa.