Phoenix Personal Injury Attorneys

A serious personal injury can cause significant hardship for not only the injury victim, but also for their families and any other individuals that are dependent on that person.

With more than 32 MILLION people having experienced a serious personal injury in 2011, many individuals throughout the United States are unsure of what to do – or who to turn to – if they have suffered an injury that prevents them from returning to work or from performing their daily activities.

At the law offices of Arguello, Hope & Associates were understand the difficulties that many injury victims face and can help to safely guide those individuals through the entire personal injury litigation process. By building a robust argument for your damages claim, we are able to help fight for your MAXIMUM injury compensation.

To find out how we can help you, simply fill out the “Free Case Evaluation” form located to the left.

Types of Personal Injuries

Defined as an injury to the mind, body or emotions of an individual, there can be many different types of personal injuries, which are generally classified into three primary categories.

These areas consist of:

Physical wounds – this type of injury is the physical manifestation of the damage that has been inflicted onto the injury victim.

Some of the most common physical wounds include:

  • Whiplash
  • Concussion
  • Broken bones
  • Facial injuries
  • Spinal cord damage
  • Brain injuries
  • Burns
  • Lacerations
  • Herniated disc
  • Internal injuries

…. Amongst many others.

Financial damages – while these damages are often associated with property only, there can be many other types of financial damages that a personal injury victim can encounter.

Some of these include:

  • Medical expenses
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Vehicle repairs
  • Storefront or home repairs
  • Property repair or replacement
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of opportunity
  • Medication costs

….. just to name a few.

Emotion distress – while these types of damages are often much more difficult to determine that property or financial damages, emotion injuries can have a profound effect on an individuals’ ability to function on a daily basis.

Some common example of this injury can include:

  • An inability to perform daily tasks
  • An inability to focus
  • Depression
  • A lack of desire to engage in social and athletic activities

It’s important to note that a combination of these types of injuries can occur in some individuals and as with any injury, it’s a wise decision to consult a licensed medical practitioner to help determine the extent of any injuries that may have been sustained.

Personal Injury Causes

There can be a variety of sources that can cause or contribute to a serious personal injury.

Some of these are:

With many of the resulting injuries often resulting in great financial cost to the individual that is the victim.

Contact Our Phoenix Personal Injury Attorneys Today

At our firm, the team of attorneys understand the stress that a personal injury can place not only on the injured but also on their family, loved ones and other dependents.

With the associates costs of medical care, outpatient treatment programs, property and vehicle repairs, medical expenses, lost wages and many other factors, we can help to fight for your MAXIMUM injury compensation.

Our Arizona office is located in Phoenix and we proudly provide 100% FREE initial case reviews to injury victims in:

  • Avondale
  • El Mirage
  • Glendale
  • Paradise Valley
  • Fountain Hills
  • Mesa
  • Gilbert
  • Chandler
  • Tempe

…. And most of the towns, cities and suburbs that surround these areas.

To find out if you have grounds to file a lawsuit – or to learn more about how we can help you – contact us today at 1-888-CLAIM-68 (1-888-252-4668). Our intake staff are ready to take your call and after some initial questions about your inquiry, you will be quickly connected to one of our lawyers that is suited to handle your specific case.

If you would prefer to start immediately, simply fill out the “Free Case Evaluation” form located at the top of this page – it’s confidential and 100% FREE to submit.