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Larry H. Parker

Larry Parker Lawyer

Larry H. Parker
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For more than 30 years, The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker has aggressively pursued cases on behalf of our clients We have successfully represented more than 100,000 people, recovering over $1 billion dollars to pay for medical bills, lost wages, and other damages.

Our talented team of professionals has grown to over 80 attorneys, paralegals, and support staff. Through our collective experience and strong advocacy, we are successful in 91% of our cases.

Larry H. Parker's Arizona operations are headquartered in Phoenix with an additional office in Tucson.

School Degree Major Graduation
Southwestern Law School J.D. Law School n/a
State / Court Date
California 1973
  • Million Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
    AV Rating by Martindale-Hubbell
    2009 Southern California Super Lawyer
  • $4,600,000
    Settlement
    Our client was sitting at a bus stop when an out-of-control big rig hit her.  She suffered serious injuries to her shoulder, arm and legs and required multiple surgeries.  Her legs are permanently damaged.

    $1,050,000
    Arbitration Award
    Brake failure case against manufacturer of the vehicle chassis, the designer of the left rear brake assembly and the outside brake repair company.  Client suffered a fractured skull and closed head injury, fractured pelvis and right leg which required rodding.  This is the firm's largest court-ordered arbitration award.

    $2,475,281
    Jury Verdict
    Construction site accident against a general contractor and a subcontractor.  Plaintiff fell from an incomplete catwalk, suffering severe back injury leading to several lumbar fusions.  Subcontractor settled prior to trial for $400,000.

    $2,100,000
    Structured Settlement
    Federal Court case for violation of civil rights, medical malpractice and failure to provide medical care.  Client was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and incarcerated in jail.  Prior bacterial infection was ignored by the jailer and developed into a spinal abscess.  Abscess went untreated, resulting in complete quadriplegia.

    $7,667,532
    Cash plus Structured Settlement
    Payout over expected lifetime of client who was a passenger and was injured during a high speed car chase when a company car went over a cliff.  Spinal injury resulting in quadriplegia.  Contested liability.
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MAIN LOCATION

300 West Clarendon Avenue #320
Phoenix, AZ 85013

Other Locations:
  • Tucson, Arizona:
    4400 East Broadway, Suite 600
    Tucson, AZ 85711
    Phone: (800) 333-0000

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