Mesa Arizona 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.
O'Steen & Harrison, PLC
Building 3, Suite 111
1757 E. Baseline Road
Gilbert, Arizona 85233
(480) 644-1695 FAX
Mesa Personal Injury Lawyers
A car accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident or pedestrian accident can seriously affect your life and that of your family members. Loss of income, mounting medical bills, uncertainty about how to find the best doctors to treat your injuries, and what to do about insurance company adjusters—these are some of the problems that confront most people who are injured in car and other motor vehicle collisions. Unfortunately, in some cases, there may be long-term or permanent quality-of-life and employment impairment.
Free, No Obligation Consultation
Our personal injury lawyers can help you, and you can meet with us for free—no obligation and no pressure. We will explain your legal rights and obligations, and answer all your questions.
If you choose to have us represent you, we will do so on a contingent fee basis. That means we are paid only if we win your case and you collect. Our low percentage fee arrangements can result in a larger recovery for you.
Our Law Firm's Experience
We have been assisting accident injury victims since 1974. Our law firm is av-rated (the highest rating) by the respected Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, and is a member of the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. These are the credentials every law firm would like to have.
As a result of our skill and experience in the field of personal injury law, the Arizona Attorney General selected us as the only Arizona law firm to represent the State against U.S. tobacco companies. The State, and its taxpayers, was awarded more than 3 billion dollars as a result of this highly successful litigation.
About Our Firm
We Can Help You
If you or a loved one has been injured, or a family member has been killed, in any type of accident—including car, truck, motorcycle or as a pedestrian—please call or e-mail us. We will immediately put our decades of experience on your side. Remember, the law firm you choose will make a difference!
At our firm, your injury claim will be personally handled or supervised by one or more of our certified injury specialists. 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. This extra skill costs you no more.
Service to Arizonans
We serve all Arizona communities from our East Valley, Central Phoenix, Glendale, Prescott and Tucson offices. We can help you in Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Apache Junction, Ahwatukee, Fountain Hills, Guadalupe, Higley, Sun Lakes, Maricopa, Queen Creek, Casa Grande, Coolidge, Florence, Globe, Miami, Phoenix and all other places throughout Arizona.
Mesa Arizona Injury News
Seven members of a Queen Creek family were on their way to Yuma to deliver loaves of a bread for a fundraiser when the driver lost control on I-8 outside Yuma causing the vehicle to roll. According to DPS investigators, Amanda Cook, age 8, had just unbuckled her seatbelt to pick up something on the floor of the car when the vehicle rolled and she was ejected.
A woman visiting from Kentucky was carjacked while her husband went into a convenience store to purchase beverages. A man identified as Frederick Calvin jumped into the running vehicle and sped away with the woman still in the vehicle. Calvin ran a red light and collided with another vehicle. The woman suffered a severely broken arm in the collision which required surgery.
Two motorcycles collided with a van on Saturday afternoon in the southeast Valley between the cities of Mesa and Apache Junction. The accident occurred near Signal Butte Road and Apache Trail as the van crossed Main Street.