Have you recently been the victim of an assault or domestic violence in Arizona? If so, it is imperative that you hire an experienced Phoenix Personal Injury Lawyer to get you what you deserve to recover from the responsible parties for your injury and suffering.
Check out the possible list of Damages for assault or domestic violence in Arizona.
Legal Help for an Assault Victim of Domestic Violence
If you have been victimized through acts of violence, you may have suffered physical or emotional injuries from physical aggression, knives, guns, blunt objects or vehicles. These injuries may be permanently traumatic, disfiguring, irreversible, life altering and even fatal. After being injured from an act of violence or assault, you may find yourself unable to cope with the issues that can follow. Being a domestic violence survivor is not easy. One issue in particular could be medical bills. After such an inexcusable event, the least of your worries should be a financial burden. This is where your aggressive domestic violence lawyer will fight on your behalf to make sure you receive the best compensation for your pain and suffering.
If you are a victim of domestic violence, speak with us today. We can help.
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A Civil Lawsuit for Violent Assault Victims
Violent assault victims have the right to file lawsuits against their offenders and others who may have played a role in the crimes committed against them. A civil case is not about the offender’s guilt or innocence and prison is not a result of such a lawsuit. Instead, civil lawsuits provide violent assault victims with a way for holding the offender financially responsible for injuries and damages suffered due to the violent crime.
When a defendant is found civilly liable for the injuries and damages sustained by a violent assault victim, the court may require them to compensate the victim for suffered damages. While this money may not change many of the effects of the victimization, it can provided resources to help the victim rebuild their life. For others held accountable through civil action, such as property owners, business people or others, penalties of civil actions work to ensure no one else is victimized in the same manner on their property, or at their place of business, in the future.
In addition to filing a lawsuit against to person that caused injury, there are other possible negligence involved such as premises liability and negligent security. These two areas can play a significant role in your suit.
Questions Asked by a Violent Crime Assault and Domestic Violence Lawyer
While we completely understand that discussing the incident may be difficult, during our initial consultation we will evaluate your case from top to bottom. Our top priorities are to make sure that you are fully compensated for the tremendous impact that this violent act has cause.
Below are examples of what your assault lawyer may ask during the consultation:
- When the violent assault occurred
- Event locations
- Description of the crime scene
- Witness information, names and contact details
- Identification of known physical evidence
- Police report location, officer names, report or complaint number and statements made
- Criminal case information, if a case was brought
- Identification of the prosecutor, case stage, information about the case investigation
- Perpetrator identity
- Relationship to the perpetrator
- Perpetrator date of birth and social security number
- Perpetrator’s employment
- Any information about the perpetrator’s assets and insurances
- Third parties who may hold liability for the crime
- Damages suffered by the victim
Use Civil Law to Your Advantage: Cantor Injury Lawyers Helps Violent Assault Victims
Experienced representation and attorney willingness to fight for your rights will help you gain compensation for the damages you have suffered from the perpetrator and other responsible parties. The assault attorneys of the Cantor team will use civil law to your advantage. Call Cantor Injury Lawyers now for a free, no-obligation consultation at 602-254-2701.