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Sedona Personal Injury Lawyer

Classifying a personal injury isn’t always as easy as it should be. The variety of personal injuries that can plague Arizona residents is vast, and such injuries can leave you and your loved ones feeling intimidated. If you’ve suffered an injury and  believe that another person may be liable for your losses, you have legal options available to you.

Not sure where to begin your fight for compensation after an accident? A Sedona personal injury lawyer at Feller & Wendt is ready to go over your case with you. You can sit down for an initial consultation and learn more about both the trial process and the compensation to which you may be entitled. Below, we break down the steps you can take to fight for your financial security after a personal injury.

Navigating Personal Injury Cases and Statute of Limitations in Sedona, Arizona

Personal injury cases are also known as torts. In Arizona, these cases can include car accidents, workplace injuries, medical malpractice, and even wrongful death. If a person believes that the accident they suffered warrants a personal injury case, then they can discuss the accident’s specific classification with a Sedona personal injury attorney.

In most cases, the state of Arizona requires that injured parties submit personal injury complaints, or requests for trial, within two years of the accident taking place. This is known as the state’s statute of limitations and is outlined by Arizona Revised Statute 12-542. That said, there may be additional circumstances that alter a case’s statute of limitations. If a case involves wrongful death, or the injured party wishes to hold a local government institution liable for their losses, they can work with a Sedona personal injury lawyer to establish a more specific timeline.

How Can Our Sedona Personal Injury Attorneys Help With Your Case?

Sedona personal injury lawyers serve as interpreters, representatives, and even investigators during a personal injury case. While the parties injured in an accident recover, a personal injury attorney can gather the evidence necessary for an initial complaint. Injured parties can also rely on a lawyer to represent them, should their case move forward to trial. In some cases, an attorney may even secure compensation for the injured party during mediation, effectively cutting trial time in half.

What’s more, the lawyers at Feller & Wendt do not charge clients until after a case concludes. Even then, the firm will only request payment for services rendered if they win a client’s case. With that in mind, all victims who wish to take legal action against the liable party do not have to worry about legal expenses until they have the funds to contend with those charges.

Schedule a Consultation with Our Sedona Personal Injury Lawyers at Feller & Wendt

Personal injuries come in all forms, but the impact they can have on your life is unquestionable. Whether you have been involved in a car accident, a premises liability debate, a workplace accident, or have endured a wrongful death, the team at Feller & Wendt can help. For more information about the compensation to which you may be entitled, you can call (480) 702-2277 or complete our contact form.

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Legally Reviewed By: Matthew Feller, Trial Attorney
January 14, 2022
Attorney Matthew Feller’s dedication to recovering compensation for injury victims has earned him prestigious recognitions, including being named among Super Lawyers Rising Stars and achieving accolades from the National Trial Lawyers. With over 14 years of experience handling personal injury cases, Matthew Feller has won millions for his clients.

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