Arizona Personal Injury Lawyers
Our personal injury lawyers and staff have the special knowledge and skill required to expertly handle injury cases in specialized areas of the law. We have the experience and resources to take on the largest corporations, insurance companies, and governments in the interest of getting justice and proper financial compensation for our injured clients.
Accident Injury Lawyers
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, we would like to help you. It is important that you get expert advice as soon as possible following an accident. Prompt investigations and preservation of evidence may be critical to the success of your injury claim.
We will handle everything for you, eliminating the hassles associated with the legal and insurance aspects of your personal injury case.
Why You Should Choose Us
We are committed to protecting the rights of injured accident victims. The firm never represents insurance companies or product manufacturers. We only help people.
We have represented thousands of people, including some of the largest and most important injury cases ever brought in the United States.
In the single largest damages case in the history of the world, our attorneys were selected by the Arizona Attorney General as the only Arizona law firm to represent the State against American tobacco companies. As a result, Arizona taxpayers will receive money to cover the costs of treating tobacco-related illnesses, maintain educational programs to prevent young people from smoking, and fund other important State programs.
Van O'Steen Brings the Law to the People
In 1977, Van O'Steen went to the United States Supreme Court and won the landmark case giving lawyers and other professionals the right to advertise. Before 1977, lawyers in all 50 states were prohibited from advertising. They could not even publish their fees or information about important legal rights.
Mr. O'Steen took this important case to the Supreme Court because of his sincere belief that consumers were being harmed by not receiving helpful information. The Supreme Court agreed and, as a result, people now receive useful information about an assortment of services they might need.
Esquire Magazine featured Mr. O'Steen in an article entitled Van O'Steen Brings the Law to the People. He was designated a member of American's New Leadership Class.
Discount Fees on Car Accident Cases
If you've been injured or lost a loved one as a result of someone else's carelessness, we would like to help you. You can see us for free. In fact, we're paid only if we win your claim and you collect.
Our fees for car accident cases that are concluded before a lawsuit is filed are only 29% of the amount we recover.
Certified Personal Injury Specialists
At our firm, your injury case will be handled or supervised by one or more of our certified specialists in personal injury and wrongful death.
Only about 1% of Arizona lawyers have achieved the level of experience and skill required to be certified as personal injury specialists by the State Bar of Arizona.
Our personal injury lawyers serve all Arizona communities from our Phoenix, Glendale, Mesa, Tucson and Prescott offices.
Because of their lack of protection from injury, motorcycle riders are among the most vulnerable groups on the road.
We have more than 40 years experience handling truck accident cases and have the resources to stand toe-to-toe with the largest trucking businesses and insurance companies.
People celebebrating the annual La Raza motorcycle rally at Chicano Park in San Diego's Barrio Logan neighborhood were terrified when a pickup truck sailed off an elevated freeway and landed on top of a vendor's booth, killing four people and injuring eight or nine others.
Aja Calhoun, a special education teacher at Western Valley Elementary School, was killed in a tragic car accident on September 24th. Ms. Calhoun and a friend were driving on SR-95 just outside Parker, Arizona when another vehicle attempted to pass their car illegally. Ms. Calhoun swerved to avoid a collision, but crashed head-on into a semi-truck.
Nuvia Villalobos was killed Monday morning when the Jeep in which she was riding collided with an empty school bus. Another occupant of the Jeep, a 16-year-old male, was critically injured and transported to a local trauma center. The bus driver was not injured.