Gilbert Personal Injury Attorneys
Protecting the Rights of Injury Victims throughout Arizona
McPhie Law, P.C., our compassionate legal team represents individuals who have been injured
because of the negligent or reckless actions of another party or individual.
For example, we have assisted victims who have been in injured in auto
accidents, dog bite attacks, or premises liability incidents where negligence
played a role. If you have recently sustained a negligence-related injury,
we can help you file a compensation-seeking claim against the responsible
party’s insurance carrier.
With our help, your injury claim can help you pay for costs such as:
- Income loss
- Property damage
- Medical care
- Rehabilitative care
- Pain and Suffering
Get started by calling us at (480) 568-2778 or requesting a free case evaluation
Gilbert Personal Injury Attorneys Dedicated to Obtaining Maximum Compensation
When handling personal injury cases, our tean is dedicated and committed
to securing maximum compensation for our clients. If we cannot secure
a fair outcome for you in negotiations, we are ready to take your case
to court if necessary. Our firm’s founder is a former prosecutor with
solid trial experience who can protect your interests inside the courtroom.
Attorney Ryan McPhie also has a
10.0 Superb Avvo Rating, which says a great deal about our firm’s high-quality services. Ryan
McPhie has secured well over a million dollars in compensation for his
clients in personal injury claims and can help resolve your personal injury
case with the same passion and determination.
Have questions? Contact McPhie Law, P.C. as soon as possible.
Our legal team understands that filing an injury claim can seem a bit daunting at first,
but we will guide you through the whole process. If you cannot meet with
us in our office due to your injury or schedule, we would be happy to
come visit you in your own home. It is no wonder that our firm received
the Avvo Clients’ Choice Award!
Please contact our office
to allow us to begin protecting your rights as an injured victim.