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Arizona Car Accident Lawyers

Accident & Injury, Car Accident, Bed Bug, Animal Bite, Car Accident Lawyer, Slip and Fall, Personal Injury Attorney

  • Firm Size: 21
  • Firm Year: 2002
  • Office Hour: Monday - Friday | 9am - 5pm
  • Language: English and Spanish

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Hogle Injury Law represents clients who have suffered serious, sometimes life-altering physical, mental, and emotional injuries. These injuries are often the direct result of the negligent or unlawful behavior of a corporation or individual. Arizona tort (personal injury) law provides victims with the rights to monetary and other compensation for their suffering in an attempt to right the wrong, or make the victim “whole” again. Monetary judgments awarded can help pay for medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses. They are also an attempt to offset the pain & suffering of family experiences and provide some sense of justice and equity. Sometimes punitive damages are also exacted from the offending party as a penalty for egregious behavior as well as a warning to others.

No amount of money is ever enough to make up for lost time, excruciating pain, permanent disabilities, or lost life. But the moral victory against a company or person that has devastated the quality of your family’s life is priceless. As your legal representative in this battle, we fight to secure the maximum financial and moral restitution available to you. And our legal fees are contingent on victory so there is no additional burden to you during this stressful time. If you have been injured, contact us. We will listen to your story and evaluate your case based on established law and policy. If the facts merit legal action, we will move forward with you through the claims, lawsuit, and trial process if necessary. No question is too trivial, so please contact us today with any questions.

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    Arizona Car Accident Lawyers
    4365 E Pecos Rd Suite 130
    Gilbert, AZ 85295
    33.2892141,-111.6946662

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    4365 E Pecos Rd Suite 130
    Gilbert, AZ 85295

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