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How long do I have to file a lawsuit for personal injury?
Arizona allows two years for you to file a typical personal injury claim against someone who injured you. In certain circumstances, the deadline can be earlier.
What is negligence?
Negligence is generally understood as a failure to use reasonable care; negligence is the basis for personal injury cases.
Proving negligence requires all of the following elements:
- Establishing a duty of care and an obligation to keep you safe from the person or party who caused your injury.
- Showing how the person or party failed to meet that obligation.
- Presenting your injury and damages suffered.
- Proving how the person or party’s failure to meet that obligation specifically caused your injury or loss.
How much does it cost to hire an attorney?
The Law Offices of Samuel P. Moeller take cases on a contingency basis, which means you pay a percentage of the settlement amount, if any. Initial consultation and case review is free of charge.
What are damages?
In personal injury cases, the word damages refers to the costs of your injury, including both monetary and non-monetary expenses.
How do I start filing a personal injury claim?
Call us today and we will sit down with you during your free consultation.
After hearing your story, we will offer you our honest opinion about what you might expect from pursuing legal action on your claim.
Schedule a consultation today to learn how negligence might apply to your specific situation.