Serious Injury Lawyers in Phoenix, Arizona

Advocating for Victims in Phoenix and Throughout Arizona, Including Kingman, Bullhead City, and Mohave County

Have you or someone you love suffered a serious, debilitating injury in Phoenix, Arizona? If so, you may be entitled to compensation. Hirsch & Lyon Accident Law is on your side and will work diligently to recover the damages you rightfully deserve. Contact an injury lawyer at our firm today to learn more about your legal options during a free consultation. 

What Types of Injuries Can Cause Serious Injuries?

While injuries happen all the time, some can result in serious, life-changing injuries. Car injuries, truck collisions and other incidents involving motorized vehicles often cause individuals to sustain grave injuries that may require a lifetime of care and rehabilitation. The higher the force exerted upon the injury victim, the more likely they will suffer severe, catastrophic injuries. Consider the following:

  • When a semitrailer truck traveling at highway speeds strikes a passenger vehicle, serious injuries are likely to occur.
  • When two passenger cars traveling at the posted speed limit going in different directions collide, the outcome can be catastrophic.
  • Even if two passenger cars are going in the same direction and one is stopped and the other is traveling at the posted speed limit, passengers and drivers can sustain severe injuries.
  • Injuries involving motorcyclists nearly always produce serious injuries given the limited amount of protection a motorcycle provides to its riders.
  • Whether the injuries involves a car, truck or other vehicle, when a driver hits a pedestrian, the pedestrian is likely to suffer severe if not fatal injuries.

The common element in all of these situations is the application of great force upon the injury victim. Unfortunately, when an individual is hit with such force, serious and catastrophic injuries, including concussions, brain damage, fractures and other bodily injuries, are the likely result.

How an Injury Lawyer Can Help Seriously Injured Victims

Hirsch & Lyon Accident Law understands just how difficult it can be when you or someone you love has been involved in a serious injury. The attorneys at our firm have been fighting for the rights of injury victims for more than 65 years. We know that these types of injuries can change your life forever, and we are committed to helping injury victims get the financial compensation they need and deserve. Our law firm handles a broad range of serious injury cases, including cases involving:

How Soon After an Injury Should You Contact an Injury Lawyer?

It is very important for injury victims to contact an injury lawyer as soon as possible after the incident. We know that contacting an attorney is the last thing an injured individual is thinking about. However, under the law, injured individuals have a specific amount of time in which to file a case. This time limitation is commonly known as the Statute of Limitations. Depending on the facts of the case, the time limit will vary; however, the general statute of limitations for injury lawsuits is currently two years. Still, we do not recommend waiting two years to file a lawsuit, as the timeframe may actually be much shorter in some instances.

Suffered a Serious Injury? Contact Our Injury Attorneys to Get Compensated 

When you are seriously injured in an injury, it can be difficult to know where to turn to get the help you need. Hirsch & Lyon Accident Law is here to help. Our firm limits our practice to injury law, and we know how to get maximum financial recoveries for our clients. We have represented thousands of injury victims in Arizona and are dedicated to doing everything we can to make the legal process simple and easy for you. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you will never have to pay us any fees until we secure a recovery in your case. Not a dime for our time, unless we collect for you! For a free consultation with a lawyer at our firm, call 602-535-1900 or contact us online today.