Contributory negligence represents a controversial doctrine of common law. Fundamentally, it means that if you were injured in a car accident due, in part, to your failure to use reasonable care, you would not be able to recover any damages from your injury--even if another person’s actions or behavior caus
We were driving home when a drunk driver ran a stop sign and hit us.
I was hurt bad so we called Zanes Law and they we’re all over it.
They got her ALL the medical care she needed. Then sued the driver AND the bar he was drinking at, and got us $1.2 million dollars.
Thanks to Zanes Law,
I was sitting at a red light when a car came out of nowhere and slammed into the back of me.
I went to the ER but I was sent home. Turns out I had a REALLY bad back injury.
So I called Zanes Law. They got me GOOD medical care, made sure my back surgery was paid for AND got me $600,000.
The first step in filing a car accident case is to schedule a free case evaluation. This should happen after you have reported the accident and called for medical help. If you receive any medical care during this time, be sure to document everything. These medical records will be important to your car acciden
You may be able to recover compensation for lost wages after being in an Arizona car accident. There are many costs associated with a car accident including medical bills, property damage, and lost income. If another party is at fault for your injuries, then they may also be responsible for your lost wages.
So do you need to call us every time you see a new doctor and give us that doctor's information?
The answer is yes. That's something that we actually need our clients to do. And the reason is because, quite honestly, in a lot of cases our clients see lots of medical providers. They've been hur
So can my lawyer or paralegal talk to somebody other than me about my case? For example, can they talk to my spouse? Can they talk to my kids or my boyfriend or girlfriend about my case instead of you as the client? Generally, as a firm, our answer is no. That's actually our firm policy.