Our Injury Lawyers Take Care of Everything from A to Z
Assistance with Medical Treatment
After an accident, you may need to establish medical liens to be treated by your doctors. This allows you to be treated without paying out of pocket, and the doctors will receive payment from your award. You may need to see more than one type of doctor, who will need to coordinate treatment plans, all on medical liens. A personal injury attorney can help you navigate the medical lien process so that you can focus on your recovery.
Depending on the nature of your accident, you may need to pay for your medical treatment using MedPay. Our attorneys can assist you through the process of medical treatment reimbursement through MedPay if you are covered.
Investigation of Your Accident
Our legal team will take steps to secure evidence for your case, including collecting photo and video surveillance, obtaining police, employment, and other records and reports, gathering eyewitness testimony, working with experts to explain how your accident happened and the extent of your injuries, and more.
Your attorney will also assist you with collecting proof of loss of income from your employer, or showing how to prove these damages if you own your own business. Your attorney will organize your medical treatment records so there is a strong base in the amount of damages you claim from the opposing party.
Statute of Limitations
If it takes you a long time to complete medical treatment and pursue your personal injury claim, the other party’s insurance may draw out settlement negotiations until your case expires. Our expert attorneys will make sure your case is filed well within the Statute of Limitations, as well as meeting any other applicable deadlines and restrictions.
Because of the 2 year statute of limitations to bring a personal injury claim in Arizona, you must sometimes complete your case before you know what your total medical costs resulting from the accident will be. Our attorneys will collaborate with experts to project your future medical costs, lost potential future income, and other factors relevant to your case.