Of particular note, if you were injured by someone working for a city or state agency in Arizona, you may only have 180 days following the incident to present and preserve your claim.

Acting quickly to retain a personal injury attorney and preserve your claims is critical. The Arizona personal injury attorneys at SG Law can provide further clarity if you have case-specific questions.

What Are Medical Liens? And Do They Affect My Claim?

In Arizona pursuant to A.R.S. § 33-931 medical liens are statutory liens that are enforceable against a third party settlement. What that means is a healthcare provider, such as a hospital or an ambulance, may be entitled to recover the difference between payments made by a health insurance company and the total charges billed by the healthcare provider.