Willman Law Firm represents those who have suffered an injury as a result of another’s negligence.
At Willman law firm, we believe that it’s not about the injury it’s about the recovery. We want to help you heal both physically, mentally, and emotionally. We have over twenty-five years of experience representing injured people in Tucson
If you have been involved in a car accident, it is important to speak with an experience, local car accident attorney to ensure that you are able to receive a fair settlement for your claim.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. How long do I have to make a personal injury claim?
The statute of limitations in Arizona for a tort action is generally two years from the date of the injury, or when you knew or should have known of your injury. BUT, there are times when then Statute is less than two years, For example, if your claim involves a state public entity such as a city or town or school district, then the statute of limitations is only one year, and you must also properly serve notice of your claim on the state public entity within 180 days from the date of injury. Also, if your claim involves a workers compensation claim, or a claim that arises by statute (such as a dog bite claim), you may have only one year from the date of injury to preserve your claim. These and other time periods, subject to several exceptions, may cut off your right to claim for your injury.
2. Can you help me with my property damage claim?
Yes we can help you navigate the property damage process. We can help you get a rental car; help you find the best place to repair your vehicle and make sure that if your vehicle is a total loss you are fully compensated.
3. Can you help me find medical care for my injuries?
We have a network of medical providers who can help you heal from your injuries. These are doctors who are experienced in the treatment and documentation of injury claims. From chiropractors to orthopedic surgeons and neurologists we have doctors who can treat you on a lien so there is zero out of pocket expense to you; or they can coordinate care through your health insurance
4. What about lost wages and out-of-pocket expenses:
You have the right to be compensated for lost wages, gas, prescriptions, and any other out-of-pocket expenses that you incur due to the accident.