My experience with the Mushkatel, Robbins & Becker law firm has been a pleasure. Everything went smoothly and I definitely would refer anyone to this firm without a doubt.
No matter how safe you are and no matter what kind of vehicle you are operating, an accident can occur anywhere in Arizona, including Glendale, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Surprise, and Sun City. While you cannot stop others from engaging in careless and reckless acts on the road, lake, or golf course, you can protect your legal rights by contacting an experienced attorney from Mushkatel, Robbins & Becker, PLLC.
Our law firm has decades of combined experience with helping Arizona accident victims and their families. We know what it takes to pursue a full recovery for our clients. We strive to assist our clients in successfully overcoming the challenges created by the negligence of others after a crash. To discuss how we can assist you, contact us today or reach us online. We will review your case in a free and confidential consultation. Auto accidents remain a leading cause of U.S. injuries and deaths.
As you consider your next steps after an accident, we suggest that you make the following a priority:
The accident lawyers of Mushkatel, Robbins & Becker PLLC, have the skill, experience and resources to assist clients in wide range of cases, including:
Our attorneys treat each accident case seriously and strive to provide a result that will improve our clients’ lives.
A car accident case can result in a range of injuries from minor to severe or fatal. Our attorneys can help accident victims who have suffered injuries such as:
If an accident resulted in the death of a loved one, we may seek wrongful death damages that include funeral and burial expenses, the income that the deceased would have provided if he or she had survived, and the loss of his or her services, care and companionship.
The West Valley and Phoenix are known for their warm weather that attracts retirees. Maricopa County has around 400,000 senior citizens (aged 65-79 years old) and 123,000 “super seniors” aged 80 or older—both highs for Arizona counties. Americans are driving less on the whole, but senior citizens are driving more than ever. Compared to previous generations, older Americans are extending their time behind the wheel. Barely half of Americans 65 and older held a driver’s license in the early 1970s. Today, 84% of seniors have a license. There is much to laud about this trend. Older drivers tend to drive less and are involved in the lowest proportion of alcohol related fatal crashes among all age groups. On the other hand, people 80 and older are involved in 5.5 times as many fatal crashes as middle aged drivers. Furthermore, two thirds of drivers age 65 and older take 5 or more daily medications that can affect their ability to drive safely. These medications include narcotic pain pills, tranquilizers, antidepressants, antihistamines, and decongestants. Physical, cognitive, and visual abilities may also decline as age advances. These declines, in combination with medicines that can impair driving ability, create unique driving risks for many seniors. Most are cautious about regulating driving behavior while on medication, and age related changes in driving ability vary widely among drivers. And compared to drivers under 25, drivers over 65 are much less dangerous. Still, regardless of age and health, drivers have a legal duty to safely operate a vehicle.
Matt was very professional and incredibly helpful! He went above and beyond to help me resolve a legal issue. Highly recommended! FacebookTwitterLinkedin
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