Learn About The Rights Of Shooting Victims
Have you or a family member been hurt due to a shooting in a store, on a street, in a neighbor’s home or at school? What are the victims’ rights in the case of a shooting resulting from negligence or a criminal act?
If you or a loved one has been the victim of a shooting crime, you may be relying on the police and prosecutors to get you justice. Many people don’t realize that these professionals, dedicated and competent as they are, are there to seek justice for the state, not for your family.
At the Law Office of Southern Arizona Crime Victim Attorneys, we stand for crime victims’ rights to recover damages through tough civil litigation. Negligent entrustment of the gun to the shooter by a third party may be a factor in your case. If someone is prohibited from possessing a weapon, because of their youth, criminal record, or mental illness, a person that provides the prohibited possessor access to a weapon may be responsible for the injuries or death caused by the shooter. We are prepared to pursue all who are responsible for your loss. Contact our experienced attorneys today for a detailed assessment of your case.
Should You File A Lawsuit After A Shooting Injury?
You may have a good case. You may even have a great case. But sometimes, pursuing civil litigation remedies may not be the right choice for you.
At the Law Office of Southern Arizona Crime Victim Attorneys, we know that the stress of a civil trial is not always the best thing to speed the healing process after an injury or loss resulting from a negligent or criminal shooting incident. We care more about your well-being than we do about collecting fees. It is this philosophy that has earned us the respect and admiration of our clients and peers.
Justice for Victims of Crime
Our dedication to civil justice for crime victims in Arizona is the core philosophy of the civil litigation practice at the Law Office of Southern Arizona Crime Victim Attorneys.
To get more information about compensation and benefits for victims, speak with an attorney who has your and your family’s best interests at heart after a shooting injury or fatality. Contact an experienced lawyer at our office today. ¿Habla español? Bienvenido. Are you a deaf person who uses American Sign Language?