This medical malpractice website is intended to provide general information to consumers and attorneys about Arizona medical malpractice issues and the law in general. It should not be relied upon as a good and reliable substitute for seeking and soliciting sound legal advice from a qualified attorney about your particular fact situation or legal need.
If you are a consumer, looking for information about Arizona medical malpractice law, the section on "Malpractice Questions" [Medical Malpractice FAQ's] would most likely be the place to start. If you believe you or a loved one have been injured and want to determine whether you may have a viable case, you can link onto "Do I Have A Good Case". We do our best to give you basic information and law which can be useful in your inquiry about the validity and strength of your possible claim.* One of our most popular sections is "Look Up Physicians" from which you can find background information about your physician or other medical provider.
If you are looking for an attorney to process your medical malpractice claim, we hope you will review our qualifications and give us an opportunity to put our experience to work for you. Our firm has processed thousands of medical malpractice and other person injury cases throughout the state of Arizona and we are proud of our proven results. We have received special recognition from the State Bar of Arizona for our exceptional trial results. In most instances, we represent clients on a contingency fee basis, which means that unless we successfully recover in your case, we receive no fee. This makes us selective in the cases we take on and provides additional incentive for us to win. In most cases we advance all of the costs and expenses, and are reimbursed only upon successful recovery. You will find information about our firm and practice by clicking on "About Us".
* Credit is given to the following legal source from which much of the information below is drawn: Arizona
Tort Law Handbook, State Bar of Arizona, (2012) Chapter 18, Contributing Editors Steven Plitt and Steven J. Gross.