As has been reported by the AP, a bus coming from Mexico to LA was involved in a horrific crash in Sacaton, AZ. Families of those who were tragically killed and those who suffered serious injuries undoubtedly are overwhelmed with concerns and issues most could not begin to imagine. At Breyer Law Offices, our hearts go out to the families of all involved. We know that no words can begin to express the sorrow that is being felt. We also know that, before long, there will be people associated with the bus company that may look to take advantage of families during this terrible time, trying to cut off their rights to recover. In fact, it is likely that there were lawyers and paid experts at the site of the crash for the bus company within hours, maybe even before the police had finished their investigation.
Phoenix car accident lawyers are often asked all the time whether or not a person should file a claim after a car accident. Mark Breyer is a top rated attorney through AVVO. In answering this question, people who are involved in a car accident are very vulnerable and many times have lots of questions. This is a very important question because it usually means that the person has not yet spoken to the insurance company.
The answer to whether or not you should file a claim is that YES a claim has to be filed, but NO the person who was in the accident should not be filing the claim. Typically, after a car accident, a person is shaken-up and the adjuster wants to ask lots of questions and wants detail. Many times the adjuster will ask that the conversation be recorded.
Phoenix Personal Injury Attorney, Mark Breyer, has received the highest rating of “superb” from AVVO. AVVO is currently one of the top attorney ranking services throughout the Nation. AVVO is a top notch organization that ranks lawyers all over the country to give potential clients a better understanding of each lawyer’s different expertise. Lawyers are acknowledged for their stated area of practice and each attorney has their own profile. The ranking includes evaluations by former clients, endorsements by other lawyers, awards the lawyers have received, associations that the attorneys are a part of, the lawyer’s professional conduct, and recognition by the entire industry. Although Mark Breyer is a certified specialist in injury and wrongful death law by the State Bar of Arizona, AVVO rates attorneys not just in injury and wrongful death law, but every area of law, including criminal, bankruptcy and family law.