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Getting fair treatment during the course of your personal injury lawsuit and obtaining a fair settlement are crucial for your peace of mind and successful recovery. At Lerner & Rowe Injury Attorneys, our Phoenix personal injury lawyers go above and beyond to ensure that you not only receive fair treatment, but also secure the compensation necessary to cover all present and future accident-related expenses.
We also understand the emotional burden that comes with a personal injury, which is why the most valuable non-legal service we provide is to alleviate that burden for our clients. By shouldering the emotional weight, we allow you to focus solely on your recovery, knowing that we are diligently working to protect your rights and interests.
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Billion Dollar Results
Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys has achieved successful outcomes for clients through our combined 240+ years of experience. We possess the experience needed to maximize your settlement. We are relentless in our pursuit of justice and are unafraid to take on insurance companies and fight for what you deserve.
Why You Should Put Our Compassionate Legal Team to Work for You
By choosing Lerner & Rowe Injury Attorneys, you can trust that your rights will be protected, fair treatment will be ensured, and your best interests will be fiercely advocated for. Here are a few more reasons why you should hire our Phoenix personal injury team:
- Top Award-Winning Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Attorneys on staff.
- With over 240 years of combined litigation experience, we have the skills and knowledge to negotiate with insurance adjusters, ensuring that our team achieves successful outcomes and secures the maximum compensation possible.
- Board Certified Injury and Wrongful Death Specialist on staff.
- Bilingual staff and attorneys with locations nationwide for ease of access.
- Our legal team gets results! We have recovered over $1 billion in the last five years alone for our injured clients.
- Won maximum recoveries for more than 150,000 accident victims.
- We are dedicated to helping you navigate the complexities of your personal injury lawsuit, allowing you to focus on healing while we fight for your rightful compensation.
- Our caring staff is invested in the well-being of our local communities, as demonstrated through our ongoing volunteer work and the donation of hundreds of thousands of dollars to charity annually.
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Lerner and Rowe are people-focused and believe in respecting their customers.
“A customer is the most important visitor on our premises, he is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work. He is the purpose of it. He is not an outsider in our business. He is part of it. We are not doing him a favor by serving him. He is doing us a favor by giving us an opportunity to do so.” – Favorite Quote of Lerner and Rowe –
Highest Rated Personal Injury Attorneys in Arizona!
Lerner and Rowe is a lifetime member of the Best Attorneys of America. This is just one of the reasons our law firm has grown to be one of the largest personal injury law firms in the state of Arizona! Based out of Phoenix, our law office also has locations in Glendale, Arrowhead, Mesa, Tucson, Yuma, Gilbert and Bullhead City.
TOP FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Personal injury compensation refers to the monetary amount awarded to individuals who have suffered harm or injury due to someone else’s negligence or intentional actions. The purpose of personal injury compensation is to help the injured party recover their losses and restore their wellbeing. Here are some of the key elements that personal injury compensation covers:
1. Medical Expenses: Personal injury compensation typically includes reimbursement for all current and future medical costs related to the injury. This can encompass hospital bills, medication, surgeries, physical therapy, and any other necessary medical treatments.
2. Pain and Suffering: Compensation may also account for the physical and emotional pain experienced as a result of the injury. This includes the discomfort, trauma, and distress endured during the recovery process and any long-term effects that impact the individual’s quality of life.
3. Permanent Injury or Disability: If the injury caused by the incident results in permanent impairment or disability, personal injury compensation may cover the long-term consequences and associated costs. This can include ongoing medical care, the need for assistive devices or equipment, and modifications to living spaces to accommodate the disability.
4. Mental Anguish and Emotional Trauma: Personal injury compensation recognizes the psychological impact of the accident or incident. It may provide financial relief for mental anguish, emotional distress, anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) resulting from the traumatic event.
5. Lost Wages: If the injury causes the victim to miss work, personal injury compensation can account for the wages lost during the recovery period. This includes both past and future income that would have been earned had the injury not occurred.
6. Loss of Earning Capacity: In cases where the injury hampers the injured person’s ability to perform their job or pursue their chosen career, personal injury compensation may cover the loss of earning capacity. This accounts for the potential decreased ability to earn income in the future due to the injury.
7. Wrongful Death: If the incident leads to a fatal outcome, personal injury compensation can cover the financial losses suffered by the deceased person’s family. This includes funeral costs, loss of financial support, loss of companionship, and other related damages.
It is important to note that personal injury compensation is tailored according to the specific circumstances of each case. The amount awarded takes into account the severity of the injury, its impact on the individual’s life, and the extent of the financial losses incurred.
PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder, can be included as part of an injury claim in several ways. Firstly, when considering the mental and emotional effects of an injury, the concept of mental anguish and emotional trauma becomes relevant. Personal injury compensation aims to recover losses resulting from an injury, which can encompass various damages, including mental anguish and emotional trauma. Individuals who experience PTSD as a result of their injury may seek compensation for the debilitating impact it has on their mental health and overall well-being.
The symptoms of PTSD can be pervasive and long-lasting, often resulting in anxiety, depression, and difficulty functioning in daily life. Therefore, the psychological suffering caused by PTSD can be regarded as a valid and compensable component of an injury claim. In order to include PTSD in an injury claim, it is crucial to provide proper documentation and evidence. This may involve obtaining an official diagnosis from a qualified mental health professional, such as a psychiatrist or psychologist, who can evaluate and testify to the presence and severity of the PTSD symptoms. Additionally, medical records, therapy reports, and any other pertinent documentation should be collected to support the claim’s inclusion of PTSD.
Moreover, it is essential to establish a causal link between the injury and the development of PTSD. This can be done by demonstrating that the injury itself was traumatic, resulting in a reasonable expectation that it could lead to the development of PTSD. Consulting with medical experts and utilizing their expertise to connect the injury with the subsequent psychological trauma can strengthen the claim’s validity.
In summary, PTSD can be included in an injury claim as a form of personal injury compensation. By highlighting the mental anguish and emotional trauma experienced by the individual, and providing appropriate documentation and evidence, individuals suffering from PTSD can seek compensation for the significant impact it has on their quality of life.
Loss of consortium plays a significant role in legal claims when it comes to seeking compensation for the impact on a personal relationship resulting from someone else’s negligence. Loss of consortium refers to the loss of companionship, affection, and intimacy experienced by an individual when they are injured or killed due to the actions of another party. Typically, these claims are made by spouses or partners of the injured person.
When including loss of consortium in a legal claim, it is crucial to provide evidence that effectively demonstrates the extent of the injury’s impact on the relationship. This evidence can include testimonies from both the injured person and their spouse or partner, highlighting the changes in the relationship dynamic and the resulting loss of physical and emotional support. Additionally, evidence indicating the inability to engage in previously enjoyed activities together or a decrease in intimacy can further strengthen the claim.
It is essential to note that loss of consortium claims may not be available or have limitations in every state, as the availability and scope can vary. Therefore, consulting with a knowledgeable personal injury attorney is highly recommended to determine eligibility for including loss of consortium in a legal claim. An experienced attorney can guide individuals on how to best present their case to seek rightful compensation for this aspect of damages.
Your initial consultation is always free at Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys. Also, our personal injury fee structure is based on a contingency basis; meaning that we don’t get paid unless you win.
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