Tucson Personal Injury Lawyer

Tucson Personal Injury Lawyer

Auto Accident Claims

Accidents and the physical, economic, and psychological injuries they cause can completely change your life. Besides the often huge medical bills, you might have to miss work or stop working altogether due to your injuries. Despite being careful yourself, your injuries could be due to another person’s negligence or carelessness. 

Typically, accidents and injuries resulting from someone else’s negligence or incompetence are hard to bear for most people. Common accidents resulting from another’s negligence include car accidents, slips and falls, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, trucking collisions, product liability, medical mistakes, among others. With a growing population, Tucson, Arizona, has had its fair share of these accidents.

Personal injury lawsuits seek to hold the negligent party accountable while offering compensation to the injured party. According to Arizona law, if your injuries are due to someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible for compensation. However, you can benefit from the help of an experienced and skilled Tucson personal injury attorney to help you get the compensation you deserve.

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, don’t worry. Our experienced and knowledgeable Tucson personal injury lawyer, Mr. Barry Bellovin at the Bellovin Law Firm, PLLC, will help you pursue compensatory damages for your injuries. We will professionally perform the work of the personal injury case on your behalf as you focus on your recovery.

Types Of Personal Injury

Most personal injury lawsuits in Tucson, AZ, involve accidents that cause a wide variety of injuries, including physical and psychological injuries. The injuries usually tend to be severe and have long-term consequences, some can lead to permanent disabilities. At the Bellovin Law Firm PLLC, we represent clients with a wide range of injuries, including:

  • Head trauma and brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Death
  • Neck and back and knee and joint injuries
  • Hand injuries
  • Facial injuries
  • Eye injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Amputations
  • Whiplash injuries
  • Machine injuries
  • Burns
  • Any other injuries that cause the permanent loss of a bodily function

Arizona’s Basic Personal Injury Laws

Personal injury lawsuits are among the leading types of civil claims filed in Arizona’s courts. Most cases involve road accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractices, product liability, dog attacks, and injuries to children.

As with other states, Arizona has multiple laws governing accidents and injuries and related personal injury claims. It is crucial for you to learn some of the basic laws you need to consider when filing a personal injury lawsuit.

  • Statute of Limitations

The civil statute of limitations is the time limit or deadline for when an accident victim must file a personal injury lawsuit in the proper court. The time limit may vary depending on state laws and the nature of the personal injury lawsuit. According to Arizona’s statute of limitations, you typically have two years to file a personal injury lawsuit, however there are exceptions to this deadline, including civil claims filed by minors which can have longer time limits. Claims against government entities or employees must be filed within 180 days from the date of the accident and a lawsuit filed within one year of the accident date. A government entity is usually a city, state, or county or any of their departments or employees. Our Tucson personal injury lawyer, Mr. Barry Bellovin, will assist you in filing your civil claim on time. Failure to follow these filing deadlines will result in the loss of your rights to sue or recover compensation for your injuries or damages.

  • Other Negligence Laws

There are other negligence laws that may be specific to Arizona or your case. For instance, Arizona requires drivers in an accident that results in injury or death to notify either the local police department, highway patrol, or the county sheriff within the shortest time possible.

Other negligence laws applicable in Arizona include liability in wrongful death cases, product liability, and laws prohibiting the overserving of alcohol to drivers. Some of these laws might be specific to your case and they can impact your compensation or filing deadlines. We will help you understand the laws specific to Arizona or your case and their affect on your civil claim.

Compensation and Damages in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

While there are many instances where someone else’s acts of negligence might result in a compensable injury, not all personal injury cases are brought to trial in court. However, even for the ones that are settled out of court, there is still a need to negotiate for compensation based on the law, fault and complex medical issues. Whether your case settles out of court or goes to trial, we will help you recover fair compensation for your injuries. 

Typically, the value of your compensation depends on several factors, including damages suffered and the severity of your injuries. Some of the common damages that you can recover in a personal injury lawsuit include past, current, and future medical expenses, surgical expenses, lost wages and lost earning capacity, property damage, and the cost of home modifications. You may also recover for emotional suffering, physical pain, loss of quality of life, scarring, and for permanent injuries or disabilities. 

Contact a Tucson Personal Injury Lawyer

Typically, a personal injury claim is based on an accident caused by another person’s negligent actions. However, to receive compensation, you need to establish and prove that the defendant’s actions caused your injuries. In addition to negligence laws, you also have to deal with defendants and their insurance companies aiming to reduce the compensation due to you. As an injured victim, it might be hard to deal with all these issues, especially when you also need to focus on recovering from your injuries. However, if you are in Tucson, Arizona, you do not need to worry. Our Tucson personal injury lawyer, Mr. Barry Bellovin at the Bellovin Law Firm, PLLC, has the experience and skills to help you recover fair compensation for your injuries. Contact us today to schedule a complimentary consultation as you learn more about our services.

When To Call a Tucson Auto Injury and Car Accidents Attorney

Mr. Barry Bellovin is here to help represent you and see to it that you receive fair compensation for damages. When picking an auto accident attorney in Tucson, Arizona it is important that you be represented by an experienced Personal Injury lawyer. The Bellovin Law Firm is here for you. We have over 39 years of experience representing clients involved in auto accidents. We offer free consultations and if we don’t win your case, you pay nothing. If you have any questions at all about your case you should not hesitate to call us. We can easily set up an appointment to go over the details of your case.

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Contact us if you want a personal injury attorney who has demonstrated a history of success, who will personally communicate with you at all stages of your case, and will help you manage and settle your case so that you can heal and put your life back together.

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Are we a good fit?

  • Did you suffer injuries in an accident that was caused by no fault of your own? – in other words, you are the injured party
  • Do you or the other party have any insurance coverage (such as auto insurance, home insurance, or business insurance)?
  • Did the injury cause hospitalization, medical treatment, surgery, or missed work?
  • Did the accident happen within the last 2 years?

If you answered YES to ALL of the questions, we may be a good match. Contact us for a free case evaluation. We will discuss your options, and answer your questions regarding your personal injury case. Attorney Barry Bellovin wants to determine, by listening to you, how to best protect your rights and minimize the impact of an injury caused by another’s carelessness on your day to day life thus giving you the ability to focus on getting well.