Personal Injury Commonly Asked Questions

Are you prepared for a possible increase in your car insurance rates?

On July 1, 2020, a new Arizona law will go into effect that every auto insurance policy that is issued or renewed will be required to have minimum liability insurance policy limits of $25,000/$50,000/$15,000. Are you prepared?

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Do I have a personal injury case?

Not all injuries are the fault of another person and must be proven. Every personal injury case is different. Whether or not you have a personal injury case depends upon the facts of your situation and sometimes only an attorney can tell you if you have a valid case. 

What are the deadlines that I need to know about if I want to pursue my personal injury claim?  

The time in which to file the personal injury lawsuit is controlled by the statute of limitations. At Budge Law Firm, we will help you determine what the applicable statute of limitations is for your case. Contact us to discuss your deadline for filing your case.

What if I am in an accident with someone who has no insurance?

There are often several ways to recover from your losses. Let us help you figure out your options.

Contact our office today at 480-246-8050 for your free personal injury consultation.

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