Arizona Police Chase Accident Lawyers

Voted Best Lawyer | 99% Success Rate* | No Fees Until You Win*

Have you or a loved one been injured by a police chase?

In Arizona, some police agencies have a policy to pursue police chases at almost any cost.

Law enforcement brass knows that almost 50 percent of all police chases end in accidents, and that a high percentage involve death of injury. Yet police often pursue people with no criminal history just because they fail to pull over for a traffic violation.

People are killed and maimed by this thoughtless law enforcement policy, many times innocent bystanders who get caught in the crossfire of a high speed police chase.

If you have suffered a loss because of a police chase, we would love to help you pursue a claim against the police.

Keep in mind that in Arizona, a law suit must be noted within 180 days of the date of the injury when suing a government agency such as the police.

Call us or fill out the form to your right to arrange a free consultation today.


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We have recovered over $100 million on behalf on injured clients. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.

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    14747 N. Northsight Blvd, Suite 111-280
    Scottsdale, Arizona 85260

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    * IMPORTANT: Our “99% success rate” is based on personal injury cases that resulted in a settlement (in any amount) or a trial/arbitration result in favor of our clients. Matters where the lawyer or client terminated representation before the conclusion of the matter are excluded from this calculation. “No fees until you win” means that we take injury cases on a contingency fee basis. Past results cannot predict or guarantee future outcomes. Every case is unique, and every case involves risk including the risk of loss. If there is a loss, you may have to pay opposing parties’ attorney fees and costs.

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