If you or a loved one suffered personal injury due to the negligence, fault, carelessness, recklessness or inaction of another, Blehm Law can protect your rights and ensure that you and your family are appropriately compensated for your financial losses.
Have you suffered a personal injury due to the negligence, fault, recklessness, carelessness, or inaction of another? If so, Blehm Law can help you and your family get the compensation you deserve. Whether your injury was caused by a motor vehicle crash, a product that failed to perform as designed, a slip and fall on a wet supermarket floor, or a dog bite, you should contact a personal injury attorney immediately. Even if you think you were at fault for your injuries, there are many factors to consider in determining whether you have a legal claim. If the injury was suffered by a loved one and resulted in their death, you may have a claim under Arizona’s wrongful death statute.
An experienced personal injury attorney can determine whether you have a legal claim for injuries sustained in an accident or attack. Don’t be misled into thinking your actions were completely responsible for the injuries you sustained. Accidents are complex and often involve multiple actors you may not have considered. A trained personal injury attorney can determine whether the action or inaction of others caused or contributed to your accident and/or injuries. Just as importantly, a personal injury attorney with experience in technical issues can determine whether your accident and or injuries were caused by a defective product. Whatever the cause of your personal injury, you may be able to recover your medical expenses, lost past and future income, and property damage. You may also be able to recover for pain and suffering, disfigurement, and a partial or permanent disability.
There is a limit on the amount of time you have to bring a claim. In Arizona, you generally have two-years to file a personal injury claim. Some circumstances may toll the two-year statute of limitations, including age or mental disability, but do not take the risk. Not only do you jeopardize your claim, but waiting also put’s valuable evidence in jeopardy. Evidence and memories fade with time. If the injury was caused by someone else, you need to gather the best evidence as soon as possible. An experienced personal injury attorney can help you gather and preserve that evidence.