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Why do I need an attorney?

Personal injury claims are something the insurance companies deal with every day, so they have a leg up on you. When you hire an experienced legal team like Browne Law Group, we fight for your rights and make sure you get proper compensation for your injuries including handling medical reductions.

Are auto accidents the only type of Personal Injury?

No. While auto accidents are the most common, personal injury claims also include: boating accidents, wrongful death, dog bites and animal attacks, slip and falls, defective products, and medical malpractice to name a few.

How much will my case worth?

The value of your case is directly dependent upon the injuries sustained and the medical bills incurred. No two cases are alike. What we can promise you is that we don’t BS and will fight to get you maximum compensation.

How do I get medical treatment if I don’t have health insurance?

If you do not have health insurance, you can get medical treatment on a medical lien. A medical lien means that you will be able to obtain medical treatment at no out-of-pocket cost, and the medical provider will not seek payment until your case settles. Once your case settles, the medical bills incurred on a lien will be paid out of the settlement.

What happens if my case does not settle?

If your case does not settle, then you will have to determine whether you want to pursue a lawsuit. Under Arizona law you have two (2) years from the date of your accident to file a lawsuit, or you will NEVER be able to file a lawsuit as a result of the above accident. Exceptions include dog bites where the statute is one (1) year from the date of loss or an injury claim of a minor where the statute runs two (2) years past their 18th birthday. Due to the time-sensitive nature of personal injury claims, you should retain our services after seeking any immediate medical attention needed.

I’m not sure whether I have a case or not! What should I do?

Call! We provide free, no risk case consultations to injured persons and their families.