If you or someone you love has been injured in a rear-end collision, Zanes Law will go after the at-fault driver and their insurance company and help you recover compensation. A rear-end collision is almost always the fault of the back driver, who is expected to keep a sufficient following distance to be able to brake in time even in the event of a sudden stop by the vehicle in front. The Arizona Department of Transportation states that drivers have a “responsibility to pay full attention” when driving. We can help figure out if the person who hit you ignored that responsibility.
At Zanes Law, we have helped dozens of Tucson-area drivers recover the compensation they deserve after being rear-ended. We want to put our experiences and resources to work for you. Our Tucson personal injury attorneys offer a free, no-obligation case evaluation, and we conduct it when and where it is convenient for you. That’s right: our attorneys travel to you to make your life easier and allow you to focus on recovering.
To learn more about what a rear-end collisions lawyer in Tucson, AZ from Zanes Law can do for you, call us today at (866) 499-8989.
Rear-End Collisions Lawyer in Tucson, AZ
After a rear-end collision in Tucson, you may be dealing with severe bodily injuries, a damaged or destroyed vehicle, lost time at work, expensive medical bills and other types of physical, financial and emotional stress.
During the days and weeks that follow, your focus should be on healing physically and emotionally rather than stressing out over everything that needs to get done so that you can collect the compensation you deserve.
That is why at Zanes Law, we take that stress off your shoulders and put it on ours. Our attorneys travel to you, and in addition to fighting for and winning the compensation you deserve, we handle it all from A to Z so that you do not have to.
For a free legal consultation with a rear-end collision accidents lawyer serving Tucson, call 866-499-8989
Who Is at Fault for a Rear-End Collision in Tucson, Arizona
Perhaps you have heard that old saying that the back driver is always at fault for a rear-end collision. Indeed, the adage is true most of the time, as the driver in back has a duty to keep a safe following distance at all times. What is a safe following distance? The Arizona Department of Transportation recommends a three-to-six second cushion. Ultimately, the back driver must be able to react in time to stop without hitting the vehicle in front of them.
As a result, the back driver is the primary at-fault party for most, but not all, rear-end collisions. Lest you believe you have a slam-dunk claim against the driver who rear-ended you, there are several rebuttals they might use to escape responsibility. These include instances where the front driver:
Stops Abruptly for No Good Reason
Sometimes the back driver can avoid liability for a rear-end collision by claiming that the front driver, in a moment of road rage, locked up their brakes for no good reason. A rear-end collisions lawyer in Tucson, AZ can defend you against such a claim and make sure you get paid the money you deserve.
Cuts a Driver Off Before Braking
Another instance in which the back driver is not responsible for a rear-end collision is when the front driver cuts in front of him and then immediately slams on the brakes. Zanes Law can help you refute this allegation from the other driver.
Has Nonfunctioning Taillights or Brake Lights
The driver might claim that your taillights or brake lights were out of order, preventing them from seeing you in time to stop. This is another claim against which an attorney from Zanes Law can defend you.
Do not allow the driver who rear-ended you to avoid liability. Make sure you have a rear-end collision lawyer from Zanes Law on your side before filing a claim. We will gather evidence and build a compelling claim on your behalf, overcoming any efforts by the other driver not to pay what they rightfully owe you.
For more information about Zanes Law, and to schedule a free case evaluation with an attorney at your convenience, call us at (866) 499-8989.
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Zanes Law Helps You Recover the Compensation You Deserve
At Zanes Law, our Tucson lawyers fight aggressively for the fair compensation our clients deserve. We will help you take on the other driver and the insurance company and get paid what you are entitled by law.
After a rear-end collision in Tucson, Zanes Law will help you recover the following damages and more:
We go after both current and expected future medical costs.
We can help you get paid the money you have not been able to earn at work.
Reduced Earning Capacity
We will help you recover compensation to pay for any loss of your earning power due to your injury.
Pain and Suffering and Inconvenience
We will recover all noneconomic damages you are entitled to receive, including pain and suffering, emotional distress and loss of enjoyment of life.
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The Statutes of Limitations
In Arizona, victims of rear-end collisions generally have two years to file a claim or take legal action under AZ § 12-542, but this timeline can vary based on the circumstances. Zanes Law will evaluate your accident and let you know the latest you can take action and have your claim remain active. If necessary, we can file a quick lawsuit on your behalf to prevent the statute from expiring.
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If you are ready to go after the at-fault driver and their insurer and collect the money you deserve, a rear-end collisions lawyer in Tucson, AZ from Zanes Law is ready to get to work for you. Our attorneys will come to you for a free case evaluation when and where it is convenient. You do not have to wait weeks or months for help—you can sign up right away in one phone call, and you never pay us a fee until you win. To get started, call Zanes Law at (866) 499-8989.
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