More Than 50 Years Of Combined Trial Experience In State Courts
Law Offices of Southern Arizona Crime Victim Attorneys, PLLC
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Can Victims Receive Compensation?

Although crimes may be neatly categorized by police in terms such as “shooting,” “rape,” “robbery,” or “homicide,” every crime victim has a unique story to tell, and a different, specific set of losses and injuries to cope with. To find out what your options are for recovering victim compensation, contact us at the Law Office of Southern Arizona Crime Victim Attorneys, PLLC.

Righting Wrongs through Civil Litigation

Victim compensation is a concept that speaks to humans’ natural desire to “make things right” after something has gone terribly wrong. Rest assured that if your loved one lost his or her life as a result of a criminal act, our empathy with you as fellow human beings is first and foremost. Victims’ compensation advocacy is not about putting a dollar value on a priceless human life. It is about helping victims and surviving family members deal with losses and get beyond pain and suffering that is like no other.

Putting Victims’ Needs First

Our fact-finding investigation is critically important to the development of a strong case, but does not take precedence over a victim’s best interests. Attorney Southern Arizona Crime Victim Attorneys is a victims’ rights plaintiff’s lawyer who has devoted his career to working closely with victims. At the Law Office of Southern Arizona Crime Victim Attorneys, PLLC, we are sensitive, patient and caring in our interactions with crime victims and their loved ones. At the same time, we are determined to help them obtain the compensation that they need to deal with the following:

  • Medical bills
  • Therapy and rehabilitation
  • Lost wage replacement
  • Pain and suffering
  • Quality of life

Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation regarding any of the following concerns related to negligence and/or crime victim compensation:

  • Wrongful death
  • Negligent workplace security
  • Negligent alcohol cases
  • Negligent entrustment
  • Uninsured and underinsured motorists
  • Drunk driving accidents
  • Shootings
  • Rape
  • Robbery
  • Surviving family of homicide victims
  • Psychologist liability for failure to warn of threats against a foreseeable victim
  • Support groups for victims
  • Automobile accidents — whether resulting from crimes or from negligence that may not rise to the level of crime in the eyes of the law

Ask Southern Arizona Crime Victim Attorneys about how to recover damages, and about civil remedies that you may have as victims and survivors of criminal actions.  ¿Habla español? Bienvenido. Are you a deaf person who uses American Sign Language?