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Arizona Drug and Medical Device Recall Lawsuits & Attorneys

Resource Links for Arizona Drug Recalls and Medical Device Lawsuits:

Arizona Bad Drug Lawsuits & Arizona Defective Medical Device Cases

Arizona Bad Drug Lawsuits & Arizona Defective Medical Device Cases

Filing a civil lawsuit against a corporation, individual, pharmaceutical company, or medical device manufacturer is the legal solution for resolving matters between the injured party and those who are responsible for causing harm. Civil lawsuits usually involve a plaintiff asking a judge or jury to order the defendants in the case to provide financial compensation to cover the cost of the victim’s losses, which could include medical expenses, lost wages, and the loss of being able to earn a living in the future along with intangible damages including pain, suffering, mental anxiety and emotional distress associated with the injury.

The injured party (the plaintiff) must first determine if they have a valid case to seek relief (financial compensation) from one or more defendants, who allegedly caused the damages. Next, the plaintiff must file a complaint with the appropriate court and list all factual and legal reasons why the defendant is legally responsible for the harm they caused the plaintiff.

When the defendant or defendants are served, and receive their lawsuit documentation, lawyers on both sides will begin considering motions, requesting the court to issue one or more orders. Next, the discovery process and pretrial conferences involving the judge will begin where attorneys will request that the judge accepts or bars specific evidence, arguments and witnesses, based on strategies designed to win the case. The wrongful death lawsuit or personal injury case will likely be resolved through a trial and judgment or through negotiations in an out-of-court settlement.

Below, are valuable legal resources to help victims begin the process of seeking financial recompense for the damages they have endured.

State of Arizona Statute of Limitations

Arizona Civil Statute of Limitations Laws –Code Provisions (Section 12-542)

The Arizona statute of limitations restrict the amount of time a plaintiff (victim) can file a claim for compensation or a wrongful death lawsuit against the defendants (every party at fault for causing harm).

  • Personal Injury / Negligence – 2 Years
  • Product Liability – 2 Years
  • Wrongful Death – 2 Years
  • Medical Malpractice – 2 Years
  • Intentional Torts – 1 Years

Arizona Medical Resources

State of Arizona Legal Resources

1201 East Speedway Boulevard

Tucson, Arizona 85721

(520) 626-8023

  • Pima County Law Library

110 W. Congress St.

Room 256

Tucson, Arizona 85701

(520) 724-8456

Arizona State University Downtown Phoenix Campus

111 E Taylor St #348

Phoenix, AZ 85004

(480) 965-6144

State, County and Native American Land Bar Associations

4201 N. 24th St.

Suite 200

Phoenix, AZ 85016

(602) 252-4804

303 E. Palm Ln.

Phoenix, AZ 85004

(602) 257-4200

177 N. Church Ave.

Suite 101

Tucson, AZ 85701

(520) 623-8258

PO Box 11145

Tempe, AZ 85284

(480) 727-0420

info@nativeamericanbar.org

Legal Services for Arizona Communities

Attorney specializing in personal injury cases and medical malpractice claims for compensation are available to provide services in every Arizona rural area and urban community including:

 

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