Phoenix Car Accident Attorney

Injured In A Car Crash?

Tens of thousands of auto accidents happen every single year in Arizona, resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars in medical bills and other expenses for innocent victims. A serious collision can result in life-changing injuries and damages, and it doesn’t matter where you were at the time of the crash – walking along the sidewalk, riding a bicycle, or driving a vehicle yourself – if you were injured due to someone else’s negligent driving, you deserve to be compensated for your injuries, your lost time from work, and your pain and suffering.

Call us today at (602) 428-7104 so speak with one of our Phoenix auto accident lawyers.

At MayesTelles PLLC, our Phoenix auto accident attorneys have nearly 100 years of collective experience handling thousands of cases, and are ready to fight for you at the negotiation table and in court. If you or someone you love was injured in an auto accident, contact us today so we can begin working to create a plan of action that will put you in the best position to seek the maximum compensation possible.

Determining Responsibility

A key part of any auto accident claim is proving who was at fault in the crash. If you were involved in a crash, it’s important to take note of as many details as possible in order to prove that the other party was liable for the damage and your injuries. Were they driving under the influence? Were they busy looking at their phone before crashing into you? Did they disobey any traffic laws, like running a red light? Did they admit to you that they were at fault? Were they turning left? The more information you can provide, the easier it will be to work together to prove liability.

Even if you prove that the other party was liable to their insurer, you must still prove your damages. These include medical bills, lost time from work, pain and suffering, and potential permanent injuries. The minimum insurance requirement in Arizona is 15/30/10 - $15,000 of coverage for bodily injuries per person, $30,000 of coverage for bodily injuries per accident, and $10,000 of coverage for property damage per accident. Depending on the severity of the crash and the severity of your injuries, you could build up far more than $15,000 in medical bills before you even leave the hospital. In these cases, an experienced attorney can look for other sources of insurance or contribution to help compensate you fully for your injuries.

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Don’t Wait To Hire A Qualified Attorney

A serious auto accident needs a serious auto accident lawyer to ensure you’re in a position to pursue maximum compensation. At MayesTelles PLLC, our Phoenix auto accident lawyers have the knowledge, experience, and dedication you need to secure the result you deserve. Fill out our online form to tell us the details of your case, or call us at (602) 428-7104 to speak with one of our auto accident attorneys.

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