We Fight for What You Deserve
After an auto accident or a motorcycle crash, it can feel as if your life has gone off the rails. You’ve got bills to pay, but you’re too hurt to work. And now that your vehicle is damaged, you aren’t sure how you’ll get around. Plus, those hospital bills are ridiculously high, even with insurance. We get it. At Allen Law, it’s our goal to help you get your life back under control as quickly as possible so you can get back to doing your usual thing. Whether you’re a snowbird, tourist, or local resident of Arizona, our car accident attorney is here to help.
If your car wasn’t totaled or you didn’t need surgery, you might think you can just get by on what the insurance carrier will offer you. But the truth is that even seemingly minor accidents can benefit from the attention of a personal injury lawyer. Most people aren’t terribly familiar with the intricacies of personal injury law. It’s always helpful to have a legal mind standing by to help you.
Here’s a shocker for you: Insurance companies are not all that eager to hand out large checks. That means that even if the crash was clearly not your fault, the insurance carrier will try to claim that it was at least partially your fault. They will do everything they can to reduce the amount they pay to you. They might downplay your injuries or say that you were injured before the crash, for example. That’s why it’s so important to connect with our car accident attorney after an accident—we protect your legal rights and fight for the money you deserve. Plus, we don’t get paid until you get paid!
During your free consultation, we’ll explain the laws that affect your particular case. We pride ourselves on delivering straight-shooting legal guidance that’s easy for someone without a law background to understand. But for all of you overachievers out there who want to get a jumpstart on the process, here’s a bite-sized breakdown of what AZ law says about motor vehicle crashes.
In an at-fault car accident state, the person who is at fault for causing the wreck is responsible for paying the damages. This means that the person who wasn’t at fault is responsible for proving that the other person caused the wreck before the insurance carrier (or a jury) will shell out any money.
That bears repeating. Even if you were partially at fault, it’s well-worth your time to contact the good AZ lawyers at Allen Law. We fight for every penny you deserve, and we won’t quit until we help you move forward and get your life back on track.
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