Yuma Car Accident Lawyer
Arizona Car Accident Statute of Limitations
The statute of limitations in Arizona is 2 years in order to file a legal case and receive compensation. Prior to filing your case, you should file an insurance claim as soon after your accident as possible. Since filing claims with insurance can take a long time, it will give you time to file a lawsuit before that 2-year limitation.
Car accidents can result in extensive property damage, severe bodily injury, and even death. If another driver's negligence, dangerous road conditions, or an auto defect is responsible for your car accident, you may be entitled to damages for your suffering and losses.
To best protect your legal interests following a serious car accident, it is important not to admit fault or sign anything before seeking expert legal advice. It is also important to document every detail about the accident, your injuries, and everything that has happened since the accident.
Our Yuma personal injury team at Territorial Law is committed to successfully handling your car accident case in Arizona. With a State Board Certified Specialist in Injury & Wrongful Death Litigation on our side, we are confident we can help you obtain the best possible outcome for your situation.
Schedule your free consultation with Territorial Law by dialing (928) 433-2355 or contacting our team online today.
Types of Car Accident Damages
There are both economic & non-economic damages acquainted with an auto accident. The economic damages are car repairs, medical expenses, out-of-pocket expenses, and lost wages. The non-economic damages are those that cannot be determined by value, such as emotional distress, disability, and pain / suffering.
Car accidents occur at an alarming rate in the United States and claim the lives of approximately 40,000 Americans each year. Unfortunately, the chance that you will be involved in at least one accident in a lifetime is great.
In addition to property damage, car accidents can result in serious injuries such as:
- Head trauma
- Brain damage
- Broken bones
An experienced personal injury attorney may be the key to the successful resolution of your case.
Territorial Law, L.L.C. Arizona Auto Accident Legal Counsel
With offices in Yuma, our attorneys at Territorial Law are experienced in handling car accident cases in both Arizona and California. We are proud to represent individuals and small businesses, and we limit our practice to these entities.
If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident in Arizona, please contact us right away to schedule a free consultation and get started on your case. We can discuss the details of your case and help you develop an effective legal path to recover damages for your losses and suffering. With careful planning and preparation, we can help you increase your chances of a favorable outcome. Get started today.
Dial (928) 433-2355 now and schedule your free consultation.