Injured By An Out-Of-State Driver
If a car accident occurs in Arizona, driving laws and personal injury laws of the state of Arizona will apply. However, if the driver is from out of state, his or her insurance policy — based in the state that driver is from — may also have an impact on the case. Furthermore, if the out-of-state driver is difficult to track down after an accident, the case may become more complicated.
Many of our Arizona communities are common destinations for tourists, winter “snowbirds” from northern states and business travelers. Newcomers moving to Arizona may be using their car insurance issued in the states they have moved away from. We are available to advise and represent you after a car accident caused by a tourist, business traveler or newcomer to our state.
Let us explain how we can help protect your interests after a crash involving an out-of-state driver. The sooner you contact us, the more quickly we will be able to get a start on your case. We will help:
- track down the negligent driver
- determine how the accident occurred
- get a handle on your injuries
- gather other necessary information
We have experience collaborating with attorneys in other states if needed as we work on your claim. If we represent you, we will do so on a contingency basis. This mean you will generally not owe attorneys’ fees until and unless your case is completed.
Free Consultation For Those Injured By An Out-Of-State Driver
Harris Powers & Cunningham represents people injured in motor vehicle accidents involving out-of-state drivers, government employee drivers and other special factors. To talk with our lawyers about your car or truck accident involving a driver from outside Arizona, please call Harris Powers & Cunningham at 602-910-6779 or contact us online.