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ARIZONA

Personal Injury Attorneys

DAMAGES

YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE

N

Medical Bills

N

Lost income

N

Future medical bills and care

N

Pain and suffering

N

Disfigurement

N

Property damage

N

Emotional injury/trauma

N

Wrongful death

In some cases, punitive damages will be awarded as well. Punitive damages are meant to punish the negligent party for his or her wrong doing, and deter future negligent or intentional wrong doing. One example of this is when you or a loved one is injured or killed by someone who was driving while intoxicated.

DEDICATED AND FOCUSED

PERSONAL INJURY REPRESENTATION

At Riggs Ellsworth & Porter, PLC, our experienced Arizona personal injury lawyers understand the complexities involved with personal injury cases, as well as the importance of presenting adequate supporting evidence. We will work with you to compile the necessary documentation and we will consult with medical experts, as necessary, so that we can effectively pursue your personal injury claim. Our Arizona personal injury lawyers are dedicated to getting clients the most favorable recovery possible, whether filing a personal injury lawsuit or resolving the claim directly with the insurance company.

REPRESENTATION

THROUGHOUT ARIZONA

The names Riggs, Ellsworth and Porter are names well known in Arizona. The Riggs, Ellsworth and Porter families have each been in Arizona for at least five generations. We are Arizonans who care about Arizona and the people represent. We are not attorneys who have come into the state hoping to capitalize on a growing market; we are Arizona attorneys protecting the rights of Arizonans. We have a strong desire to make sure those traveling on Arizona roads do so safely.

The Advantages of Experience

About half of injury cases settle without suit being filed. When suit is filed, more than 98% of the cases settle without going to trial. Claims of less than $50,000 at issue are resolved by arbitration. In Maricopa County, Arizona's most populous county, fewer than...

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Appeals and changing the law

When a trial judge gets something wrong, or when governing law should be challenged or new law interpreted, the only remedy is to appeal to a higher court. The firm has the reputation and experience in doing that when necessary, as the following cases illustrate:...

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Frequently Asked Questions

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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