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Personal Injury


Vehicle accidents cause painful injuries to operators, passengers and bystanders, as well as property damage to vehicles and surrounding areas. Injured Arizona residents may also face medical bills, lost wages, and loss of companionship in addition to pain and suffering. Family members of the injured party may suffer lost financial support and mental anguish.

Often these accidents are the result of negligent operation, faulty products or unsafe conditions. If you or a loved one has suffered any type of car accident or automobile collision, truck accident or collision, motorcycle accidents, boat accidents or boating collisions, rollovers and all ATV accidents including Rhino brand injuries, off road vehicles, recreational vehicles, plane or train crash, you will need an experienced attorney to protect your rights and fight for appropriate compensation.

Vehicle Accident
It is important to seek immediate medical attention even if you do not feel pain. Some types of injuries may become apparent later or worsen over time if not properly diagnosed and treated. The key to obtaining compensation for the injury and resulting medical expenses is proper attention as soon as possible after the accident.



  1. Seek immediate medical attention.
  2. Report the accident/collision to the police whenever possible.
  3. Contact Attorney David J. Wolf as soon as possible for experienced representation and guidance on how to proceed.
  4. Take photos of your injuries and any damaged property and develop the photos immediately to ensure that they accurately represent the injury and damage.
  5. Collect any physical evidence such as clothing you were wearing or broken items. Keep receipts for items purchased.
  6. Continue with all follow up medical treatments on schedule as advised by a doctor.
  7. Obtain a doctor’s note for all time off of work.
  8. Do not speak to anyone about the accident.
  9. Do not provide a written or recorded statement to any insurance representative without an attorney either in person or over the phone.
  10. Make notes for yourself and your attorney about the details of the accident. Keep these notes confidential between you and your attorney.
Be sure to include:

Bulleted ListYour impressions of what happened in as much detail as possible.
Bulleted ListThe date, time, and weather conditions at the time of injury.
Bulleted ListNames and contact information for other people involved or who were witnesses.
Bulleted ListNotes about the condition of other people involved (seemed rushed, intoxicated, sleepy, etc.)
Bulleted ListNotes about what you heard others say about the injury.
Bulleted ListTake photos of the places or items involved in the injury, especially if a dangerous condition caused the injury.
Bulleted ListAdd to these notes as needed when new details are recalled.
Bulleted ListKeep daily notes of physical pain and discomfort as well as emotions you experience. Include changes to your normal well-spacerspacerbeing, such as sleep patterns, eating habits, or inability to function as you could before the injury.


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