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What Now?

    Nobody ever wakes up and says, “I think I’ll get into a car accident today!” Auto accidents are unexpected and bring with them a multitude of overwhelming complications. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident involving a car, motorcycle, bicycle, semi-truck, pedestrian, bus, or other motor vehicles, your whole world can be turned upside down in a moment. There are financial, physical, psychological, and emotional challenges to face, which may include doctors’ appointments, surgeries, therapy sessions, damaged vehicle repairs, and insurance claims.

You want answers to questions such as:


  • Whose fault is the car accident?

  • How much will this cost?

  • What if the at fault driver has no insurance?

  • What if the insurance company refuses to pay?

  • How will I pay for my medical treatment?

  • What do I do next?

  • Whom can I call for help?

In Arizona, if you or a family member has been injured as a result of the reckless or negligent actions of another driver, you have a legal right to recover monetary damages to compensate you for injuries and losses regardless of your immigration status. While you struggle to recover from your injuries and stay afloat financially, the stress that is created can fracture lives and families.

At Banuelos Law Office, we specialize in maximizing your recovery. We are equipped with years of experience and have knowledge of personal injury laws in Arizona necessary to provide exceptional legal representation. 



How Our Firm Can Help

Banuelos Law Office can assist you if you have been injured in an auto accident, in which you may be entitled to both economic and non-economic compensation for your damages. 

Personal injury non-economic damages include:

  • Pain and suffering

  • Physical impairment and disfigurement

  • Emotional distress

  • Loss of enjoyment of life

  • Diminished quality of life

Personal injury economic damages include:

  • Medical bills (including doctors’ visits, physical therapy, medication, etc.)

  • Future medical expenses

  • Lost time from work (wage loss)

What Should You Do After an Accident?

Personal Injury

If you have been involved in an accident or incident that has left you with injured, seek proper medical attention. Seeing a professional healthcare professional ensures that you get the treatment needed for your injuries. It also provides critical evidence of your injuries.

If you are in a position to do so, take photos of your injuries as well as the accident scene. Write down the contact details of the witnesses and anybody else involved. If law enforcement officers are involved, write down the names of the responding officers. You also need to get a copy of the police report to help you build your case.

Consider contacting us or another personal injury lawyer as quickly as possible. Then, call your insurance provider to start an accident benefits claim. The insurance company will probably assign a bodily injury advisor for reviewing your case. Some simple and straightforward forms will need to be completed.

Send us a copy of your vehicle insurance coverage and we will determine if your insurance covers all of the necessities in the event of a vehicle accident. If you have any further questions call our office or in case of an emergency call us at (602) 677-8924​


What If My Injury was Minor?

People often associate personal injury lawsuits with accidents that cause major injuries. Accidents that result in just minor injuries might not seem like a big deal, but you will require a lawyer even if you have sustained only minor injuries from your accident.

Minor injuries often lead to unforeseeable consequences for the accident victim. For example, he/she might be unable to return to work performing the same tasks. The victim might also need to depend on loved ones for help with daily tasks until he/she recovers from the injuries, which may cause stress for both the victim and his/her family.

Minor injuries might also become complicated later. The victim might develop a different condition due to the injuries sustained in the accident. For instance, a victim that suffers a broken foot in a car accident might fail to heal properly causing him/her to require surgery. That surgery is regarded as a side effect of the minor injury sustained in the accident.

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Losses or Personal Injuries
May Include:

Brain Injury, Broken Bones, Back Injury, Neck Injury, Other Losses or Injuries, Permanent Physical Damage, Wrongful Death, Lost Wages, Extensive Medical Expenses, Attorney Fees, Emotional Damage, Unexpected Commuting Expenses

You Have the Right to be Compensated For Your Loss

If you or someone you know is suffering from a personal injury accident, contact Bañuelos Law Office for a confidential personal consultation today.

24HR LINE (602) 841-4100

Determining Fault

The critical issue in most personal injury cases is how a “reasonable person” would be expected to act in the specific situation that led to the injury. A person is deemed to be at fault if he/she doesn’t act as a “reasonable person” would have.

The determination of fault has many different facets, but the most important ones are:


A jury determining whether a particular person meets the standard of “reasonable person,” which typically happens after evidence is presented and argued in court.


Your lawyer investigating the case and gathering evidence to prove that you didn’t cause the accident. Photographs, witness statements, police statements, and medical evaluation records can all be used to establish fault and should aid in getting the settlement you warrant.

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