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Our carefully chosen team of compassionate professionals is committed to helping auto accident victims rebuild their lives by successfully helping them navigate the complex legal system and negotiate with difficult insurance companies.

If you’ve been the victim of an auto accident, consult with our experienced injury law team today and let us take the burden off your shoulders.

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Our Law Firm will stand in your corner and fight for your rights. We will negotiate with insurance companies and fight to get the compensation you deserve. Our team will work diligently to make sure you are fairly compensated for your car related injuries, however they occurred.

 

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Our team will listen to your needs, explain your options and create a strategy for finding a resolution that will best support your goals so you can move on. Justice is our goal and your future is our purpose. Our firm is located in Phoenix, contact us today to speak with an attorney regarding your auto accident claim.

Auto Accidents & Personal Injury Claims in Arizona

To recover compensation for injuries sustained in an auto accident, you have to show that the defendant driver was careless or negligent. All motorists have a duty to exercise ordinary care when driving a motor vehicle and to be prudent on the roadway. Drivers breach or violate that duty of care when they speed, make unsafe lane changes, run red lights or are otherwise careless. If the injured driver can show the accident caused the injuries sustained, then damages need to be proved so the parties can reach an appropriate settlement, or the case can be taken to trial.

There are cases where additional parties may have been a factor in the accident, such as a design defect in the roadway, poor or negligent road construction, an equipment failure such as steering or braking, or a defective auto part.

Josh Nuñez, Car Accident Lawyer & Founder

Josh's mission is to help car accident victims recover maximum compensation for their injuries so that they can move on with their lives. Josh has been practicing Personal Injury Law in Phoenix for over five years. He is licensed to practice in all AZ State Courts and all Federal Immigration Courts across the U.S.


What is the average car accident settlement in Arizona?

Unfortunately, there isn’t much data on this because it would be very difficult to calculate. Settlement amounts range from just a few thousand dollars to millions of dollars and depend entirely on the circumstances of the case. When trying to determine how much your case might be worth, it’s best to get a free consultation with an experienced attorney. We can review the details of your case, discuss your injuries, and talk to medical specialists to determine what your comparative fault may be and how much your case is likely to be worth.

How long does it usually take to get a settlement from a car accident?

Like any personal injury case, there’s no easy way to answer this question. Some auto accident cases are settled and resolved within just a few months. Others can take years to finish. Several factors can affect how long your auto accident claim may take; the extent of your injuries, the insurance company we’re dealing with, the opposing party’s level of cooperation, and more. Our goal is always to find you the best solution possible in the shortest amount of time possible by effectively negotiating with the insurance company and performing diligent, persuasive research on your case.

Is Arizona a no-fault state for car insurance?

Arizona is actually a ‘comparative-fault’ state. If you were hit by a reckless or negligent driver, this may lead to recovery for you for what you lost. Comparative-fault means that the party responsible for the accident is also responsible for paying the damages. Or, to be more specific, their insurance company is responsible for paying the damages. Keep in mind, though, that comparative fault also means that fault can be shared between the parties involved. For example, if the court finds that you were 20% responsible for the accident, the other party will only owe you damages for 80% of your injuries.    

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Common Causes of Auto Accidents

While it is evident that alcohol and speeding are the most common causes of car accidents and fatalities, various other factors can lead to tragic consequences. Those include:

  • Fatigue
  • Cell phone use
  • Other distractions—eating, talking, daydreaming, rubber necking, reading, watching a video, talking
  • Running red lights
  • Failing to stop at stop signs
  • Wrong-way driving
  • Night driving
  • Driving in bad weather
  • Tailgating
  • Road rage
  • Illegal turns
  • Defective road design
  • Improper signage
  • Unsafe lane changes
  • Confusion at construction sites

When disaster strikes on the road, you need professionals who have your best interest in mind – both financial and personal. Where most personal injury firms focus solely on the financial aspects, we at Nunez & Associates prefers to focus on healing the whole person.

Contact our experienced car accident lawyers today, we’ll fight for the compensation and the care that you deserve.