You've seen them on many legal websites. Settlement calculators. They are supposed to give you an ‘accurate’ prediction of what exactly your case is worth. Really?
These are a cute advertising gimmick, but these have zero application in real life. Put that in big, bold capital letters: ZERO
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Suppose you’re shopping in your favorite store and then suddenly lose your footing and wind up on the floor. You’re embarrassed at first. Then, the pain hits. Then, the manager is in your face asking you questions. Your head is swirling. What do you do?
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An experienced Arizona slip and fall lawyer knows that many accidents occur when people are doing commonplace things. In doing so, not expecting danger, they let their guard down.
One place that this happens all too frequently is a grocery or department store.
In addition to being a place where most people feel relaxed, it’s also a place where people’s minds tend to be focused on their shopping and not their surroundings.
(Indeed, all of the bright colors, signs and products are intended for you to look at them, and not at the floor.)
Does this mean then that a person who does take a fall in a supermarket has no legal remedy if they were thinking about which brand of peaches to buy when it happened?
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In a very brief nutshell:
A lawsuit is filed, laying out the basic facts of the claim. The lawsuit must then be personally “served” on the defendant(s).
Thereafter, defendant’s legal counsel (usually hired by defendant’s liability insurance carrier) files an Answer, which often acknowledges the subject incident, may or may not admit fault, and which will usually challenge causation and/or the nature and extent of the plaintiff’s injuries.
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Below is a small list of the most commonly asked questions that injury lawyers face almost on a daily basis.
1. What is my case worth?
2. How long will this take?
3. How do injury lawyers get paid?
4. Can you add your fees to my settlement?
5. Why should I use my own insurance (health or auto) if the other driver is at fault?
Get these questions answered. Stop guessing. Get facts. #Phoenix #Arizona
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- Zachar Law FirmOwner, 1996 - present
3301 E Thunderbird Road Phoenix, Arizona 85032
Phoenix Personal Injury Lawyer, Chris is a personal injury and trial lawyer who has practiced law in Arizona since 1992. He graduated from Arizona State University in Tempe in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science. In 1992, Chris graduated from the University of Arizona College of Law in Tucson with his Juris Doctor Degree. He is admitted to practice law in all city, county and state courts in Arizona. In addition, Chris is admitted to practice law in the United States District Court and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Personal Injury Attorney, Chris is a member of the Board of Directors of Arizona Trial Lawyers Association, and has achieved a lifetime member status in AZTLA. He is also a member of the American Association for Justice, the Maricopa County Bar Association, and the State Bar of Arizona. As part of his specialized training, Chris attended the Arizona College of Trial Advocacy. In addition, Chris attends many seminars and conferences each year to maintain his high standards of knowledge and excellence in the practice of law. Christopher J. Zachar is proud to be included in the listing, of Southwest Super Lawyers, 2007-2014.
Zachar Law Firm cares about helping our clients recover maximum compensation for injuries suffered in accidents. Since 1996, Phoenix Personal Injury Lawyer, Christopher J. Zachar, has provided legal experience to his clients. As an experienced litigator, Mr. Zachar has earned a respected reputation among his peers for the favorable settlements and verdicts we have obtained for our injured clients. Although most personal injury claims do settle out of court, our firm prepares every case to win in front of a jury.
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