Bailey Law Firm accepts cases on a contingency fee basis. That means that unless and until the case is successfully resolved, either by settlement or court award, you pay no attorney’s fees. We handle cases in the following practice areas:
In Arizona, wrongful death statutes allow certain family members to recover damages for their grief due to the loss of a loved one. In these cases, a jury awards money damages as it deems fair and just to spouses, parents and children for the impact of the loss of their loved one. The impact of the loss includes the loss of love, care, affection and companionship.
Founded by a former prosecutor, representation of crime victims is an important part of Bailey Law Firm’s practice. Victim representation can come about in two ways: 1) Representation of a crime victim as a plaintiff in a civil lawsuit that arises out of a criminal act; and 2) Representation of a crime victim as a party with important constitutional rights in the criminal proceedings against the wrongdoer.
Unfortunately, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a very real and prevalent health problem in the U.S. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), there are nearly 3 billion hospital visits for TBI annually. Children account for about 25% of this statistic. A TBI is caused by contact to the head, such as a bump or blow, that disrupts normal brain function.
Patients rely on doctors for medical care precisely because we don’t have the knowledge or expertise to perform surgery, diagnose disease or provide emergency services. So how can we possibly know if something went wrong? The answer: ask attorneys who confer with other doctors. Medical malpractice litigation is a classic battle-of-the-experts situation. As attorneys, we evaluate your case and consult with expert witnesses before even filing a lawsuit.
Our elderly population should be respected and cared for. As the needs of the elderly become too much for themselves or loved ones to handle, families rely on the care of professionals. Families trust nursing homes, assisted living and skilled nursing facilities with their most treasured possession: a loved one. Upon admission, residents and their families envision a place to improve quality of life, engage in enjoyable actives, and meet new friends.
Licensed establishments that serve alcohol in Arizona have a duty to do so safely and responsibly. Bars, restaurants and other establishments are not allowed to serve alcohol to a patron who is obviously intoxicated or who the seller knew or should have known posed a danger to the public.