Police and highway patrol officers put their lives at risk every day to serve and protect us. For many officers, motorcycles are their primary form of transportation. Tragically, every year, officers are injured or killed while on motorcycle duty by reckless and negligent motorists.
When motorcycle accidents occur, our firm is there to represent the injured officer or the family of the officer killed while on duty. We understand the terrible toll that injuries and death can have on all of those affected.
Our attorneys average more than three decades of injury and wrongful death practice, and all our attorneys have been practicing law for more than twenty years. Our team includes a senior attorney who has been certified as a specialist in injury and wrongful death litigation by the State Bar of Arizona Board of Legal Specialization (less than 1% of Arizona lawyers have received this certification), and lawyers having received the highest peer review rating possible (AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated) by Martindale-Hubbell®.
We provide the same level of dedication and commitment in seeking full compensation for clients as officers provide in serving the public. We conduct comprehensive investigations to the causes of the motorcycle accidents involving our clients, and seek to determine, and initiate litigation against, all those who are responsible. We do not seek quick settlements for low amounts; rather we meticulously build the cases of our clients through experts, witness interviews, depositions and interrogatories, and other means of case advancement within our disposal as part of the litigation process.
We are grateful to have been entrusted by many officers and their families to handle their motorcycle injury cases, and we would look forward to helping you and your family.
Please call us to schedule a time to meet with us at your convenience, so you can learn about how we can help, and we can learn about your case. This consultation is free, and there is no-obligation. We accept officer motorcycle accident cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that you will not owe us any fees during the course of your case, and we will only be entitled to a fee if we secure compensation for you through a settlement or trial verdict.
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