If you or someone you love suffered a whiplash injury in Tucson, you may be eligible for compensation from the responsible party or parties. If you have incurred medical bills or had to miss work to recover from your injury, you deserve to get paid for the money this has cost you. You may also be eligible to recover compensation for your pain and suffering and for other non-economic losses.
At Zanes Law, we help whiplash injury victims pursue the compensation they deserve. At our firm, our auto accident attorneys try to make the lives of injured victims as easy as possible. We will travel to you to conduct your initial case evaluation or you can sign up with us right away in a single phone call. There is no need to wait weeks to speak with a Tucson whiplash injury lawyer. Because we represent our clients on a contingency basis, we do not charge a fee until you get paid.
To learn more about what Zanes Law can do for you, and for a free case evaluation with a member of our team, call us at (520) 777-7777.
Whiplash is the common term used to describe a neck sprain or strain. It usually happens when the neck pitches forward violently, putting undue tension on the ligaments that stabilize your spine. Whiplash can be debilitating and disabling, keeping sufferers from carrying out the most basic of daily living activities, such as driving, dressing, cooking, and bathing. It can make it impossible to work and earn a living. And the recovery can take weeks, months, or even years.
If you suffered a whiplash injury because of someone else’s negligence or incompetence, then the responsible party should foot the bill for the economic and noneconomic damages you have incurred. At Zanes Law, we protect the rights of injured victims in the Tucson area. We will fight for you and help you recover damages no matter how your whiplash injury occurred.
Although whiplash can occur due to several reasons, it is most associated with car accidents, particularly those involving a rear-end collision. The occupants of the front vehicle in a rear-end collision often report whiplash symptoms in the days following the accident. Since most rear-end collisions are the fault of the back driver, we can often file a claim and come to a quick settlement with the at-fault driver’s insurance company.
Athletes commonly suffer whiplash injuries on the field of play. If you, your child, or your loved one developed whiplash from a sports injury, we may be able to hold the league, the venue, or even the other competitor who caused the injury liable.
Another common cause of whiplash injury is intentional violence. If you or your loved one suffered whiplash as a result of an intentional act, we can hold the responsible party liable even if they were never convicted of (or even charged with) a criminal offense.
If you or a loved one suffered a whiplash injury, we can help. Zanes Law will investigate yours or your loved one’s injury, determine exactly what happened, and identify the responsible party or parties. We will then gather evidence, build a compelling claim, and pursue the compensation you deserve. Call Zanes Law at (520) 777-7777 to get started with a free consultation.
Zanes Law wants to fight for the compensation you deserve for your whiplash injury. Here are some of the ways our firm can help you:
These are not the only ways we can assist you. Call our firm today to learn more about what a whiplash injury lawyer in Tucson, AZ can do to help with your case.
While every situation is unique, you may be eligible for the following damages after suffering a whiplash injury in Tucson:
If a close loved one passed away as a result of their whiplash injury, you may also be able to file a wrongful death claim to recover additional damages for funeral and burial costs, loss of future income, loss of consortium, and other losses.
The statute of limitations for most personal injury lawsuits in Arizona is two years from the date of your injury, but it can vary based on a number of circumstances. Speak with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible after your whiplash injury to help protect your right to file a claim against the liable party within the state’s deadlines. If necessary, Zanes Law can take quick legal action to prevent the statute or another deadline from expiring on you.
The Zanes Law team looks forward to hearing from you so that we can get to work on your injury claim right away. For a free, no-obligation case evaluation, call us at (520) 777-7777 today.