This blog previously discussed causes of automobile collisions. Specifically, it addressed the dangers of distracted driving. Although it may seem obvious, many Arizonans fail to consider how taking their attention and eyes off of the road can put others in harm’s way. The truth of the matter is that distracted driving is becoming more common, resulting in far too many innocent motorists suffering serious injuries or being killed. Victims of these awful car accidents often have a long road ahead of them to reclaim the life they once knew, and the process can be painful, stressful, and expensive.
Many of these victims want accountability, closure and compensation. They don’t want to see someone who hurt them because they were texting and driving walk away without taking any sort of responsibility. This is why is it often best for these victims to pursue a personal injury lawsuit against the negligent driver who caused them harm. Succeeding on one of these claims can result in the imposition of liability and the recovery of compensation to help recoup unexpected losses, such as medical expenses and lost wages.
Imposing liability can be a challenge, though, especially when the negligent driver is represented by an aggressive, experienced attorney. When this is the case, a victim needs to fight back with strong legal arguments that support their theory of the case. At Gary Phillips Accident Law, our legal team not only aggressively advocates for its clients, but it also knows how to anticipate and fight back against common defense strategies.
Armed with significant experience an extensive understanding of the law, we go to work every day in an attempt to recover what our clients deserve. We are skilled and questioning witnesses, presenting and objecting to physical evidence, negotiating, and litigating in way that persuades judges and juries. Of course, we, just like every other law firm, cannot guarantee that we will recover compensation in any given case, but we do promise to give our clients the individualized attention they and their case deserve.