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Below is a sample of the general types of personal injury cases that the Greater Phoenix attorneys at the Accident Law Group handle. For all case types please see our Practice Areas.

Rear End Accidents

Head-On Collisions

Bicycle Accidents

Wrongful Death

Medical Malpractice

Rear End Accidents

One of the most common types of car accidents is when someone fails to control their vehicle and hits the rear of your car. The impact naturally causes your neck and head to move forward, often hyperextending the cervical vertebrae in your neck. This can cause damage to your shoulders and tension headaches requiring months of medical attention.

Head-On Collisions

Head-on collisions are often the most severe of all car crashes. Luckily, the auto industry has stepped up and made substantial modifications to automobiles keeping drivers and passengers safer and the Accident Law Group knows how to fight these difficult collisions.

Bicycle Accidents

Unfortunately, many drivers do not take care to share the road with bicyclists. Often, bicyclists are struck when crossing in a crosswalk, and the insurance company immediately begins blaming the bicyclist. Let ALG help you with protecting yourself against the Insurance company’s argument.

Wrongful Death

We have had the unfortunate experience of handling more wrongful death/fatality cases than we wish. You need a law firm with attorneys who have experience with these difficult cases, but also understands the emotions you are dealing with.

Medical Malpractice

While medical malpractice cases can be very difficult this is exactly the reason you should consult with one of our attorney’s. Like any case there is a time limit on a medical malpractice case, and it will often take an attorney to determine when that time limit begins to run.

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