Government Liability Attorney in Phoenix, AZ
When to Hire a Government Liability Attorney
When a government agency or employee is at fault for your injury, this is called government liability. Some examples of government liability include motor vehicle accidents with police cars or other emergency vehicles operated with negligence. Other examples are a 911 emergency dispatcher slow to respond, handling a call for help inappropriately, or not providing a dispatch of emergency services at all. Improper maintenance or planning of government buildings or roadways are included under this category of government liability, as are construction defects leading to injuries or inadequate security planning and implementation in municipal buildings.
Police misconduct has become more familiar to the public over recent years. These issues are matters of government liability, too. Such cases may include false arrest, police brutality or other allegations. Denial of specific permits and licensing due to the applicant’s race or ethnic background is also a type of government liability, a civil rights violation.
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If you or someone you love has experienced injury due to government negligence, the government liability team of the Cantor Injury Lawyers is ready to help you. These injuries are often permanent and many can lead to premature death. If you have suffered this type of injury from government negligence or intent, your case may include:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Personal injury
- Brain damage
- Construction defects
- Premises liability
- Wrongful death
- Medical malpractice
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Government Liability Requires Skilled Legal Representation
For government liability cases, it is critical that you have an experienced law firm with a history of these types of claims. There are special nuances to government entity-involved lawsuits, such as the requirement of a Notice of Claim letter being submitted within 180 days of the injury. That letter must be provided to the involved municipality’s risk management division. Failure to do this voids your rights to sue the government entity involved in your matter. That means you may never see restitution for pain and suffering. There are exceptions to this rule, such as when you do not know your injury was caused by a government entity until beyond the 180 days.
This is just one example of why it is so important that you have a skilled law firm on your side. You need competent handling of your case and smooth guidance through these complex legal procedures.
The Cantor Team has completed over 200 combined jury trials of various types. This experience and the firm’s aggressive stance mean Cantor Injury Lawyers does everything they can to secure the highest possible settlement for your damages. The firm even assists injured victims in gaining a doctor’s treatment and medical liens to gain necessary care without up front or out-of-pocket costs. This means you do not experience additional hardships due to your injury while you wait for your case to resolve.
When you are ready to gain professional legal help for your government liability claim, contact Cantor Injury Lawyers at 602.254.2701. Or you can click on the “Schedule a Free Consultation” button and send us a direct email.