Phoenix Car Accident Injury Attorneys Support Community With Legal Services

October 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Phoenix, AZ based Escamilla Law Group is making strides in their mission to justly represent every car accident victim they take on. Relying on the superior legal competency of their team of attorneys and support staff, the firm has enjoyed an outpouring of support that reflects the service they provide their community.

“Our foremost priority is to ensure that you are justly compensated for any and all trauma that you sustain during an accident,” says Sergio Escamilla of Escamilla Law Group. While you may believe it will be less of a hassle, or less expensive, to hire a law firm with a track record for success like ours, this is not necessarily true.” The reason for this, he explains, is that mismanaging a car accident claim will most likely have a detrimental effect on the amount of compensation the victim receives, no matter how much they may actually be entitled to.

“In many cases, our clients simple lack the resources to put together all the evidence they need to support their claim,” he points out. “This is exactly why they come to us: we know how to gather every piece of data that is relevant to a case and, more importantly, our years of experience, both in court and out, have taught us how to put such data to good use. It is safe to say that the more efficiently your case is pushed forward, the more likely it is that you will receive a suitable settlement from the responsible party.”

He explains that while every car accident occurs under unique circumstances and affects their victims to varying degrees, the firm is still able to address any issue or rise up to any challenge promptly thanks to the sheer number of clients they have represented over the course of their work in Arizona. In most situations, he adds, cases are settled out of court but their team of Phoenix car accident injury attorneys is always prepared to take the responsible party before a judge to prove the validity of their clients’ claim.

Furthermore, Escamillia points out that accident victims are rarely able to consider the full extent of the compensation they should pursue. “Following an accident, you may not be able to focus on anything else other than your recovery,” he says. “Due to this, it may be easier for the other party, such as an insurance provider, to take advantage of you and tempt you with a smaller settlement than you are due.” The firm, however, takes a number of factors into account when determining the compensation that they should seek on behalf of their client, including any existing and future medical expenses, the cost of vehicle repairs, lost wages due to time off from work, future decreased earning potential, and so on.

Their clients often take the time to express deep gratitude for the services offered at Escamilla Law Group. In her 5-Star review, Ashley Millagracia says, “I worked with Evangeline (paralegal) and Antonio (attorney) on my auto accident case. Everyone, including the front desk, was very efficient. They kept me up-to-date with the process and even made sure to follow up with me throughout my chiropractic treatment! I was worried after my accident because my car had been totaled and I felt pain in my neck and back. However, the team at Escamilla worked hard to get me the money and medical treatment I deserved!”

Millagracia continues, “I was in an accident with another driver who decided to make a left turn at an intersection I had the green light on. Instead of yielding, he made the turn and we ran into each other. They deemed it was the other driver's fault. Even though the accident was unfortunate, I'm happy with the outcome from working with the Escamilla Law team. They've exceeded all of my expectations! I cannot thank you guys enough! You've all been great!”

Those who have found themselves on the wrong end of a collision on the road are encouraged to contact the Phoenix accident lawyers and schedule a consultation as soon as possible. Clients may also reach out to Sergio Escamilla of Escamilla Law Group to follow up on any further inquiries they may have, or browse the firm’s website to read further on the services they offer.


For more information about Escamilla Law Group Phoenix, contact the company here:

Escamilla Law Group Phoenix
Sergio Escamilla
(623) 321-0566
2950 N 91st Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85037

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