We Fight for Families of Fatal Car Accident Victims
Attorney Byron Browne can help you get justice
Unfortunately, some victims of car accidents don’t walk away. Families are left to mourn their loss, and may also suffer financial consequences. If a negligent driver was responsible for a crash that took the life of a loved one, you deserve justice. An experienced Arizona car accident lawyer can help you take legal action to hold that driver accountable.
Attorney Byron Browne of Browne Law Group represents family members of victims of fatal car accidents in Gilbert and throughout Maricopa County. He knows the obstacles families can face when dealing with insurance companies. He is dedicated to helping them recover the financial compensation they deserve.
A car accident lawyer who knows how to get results
The driver involved in your loved one’s fatal accident may have clearly been negligent. But the driver may deny doing anything wrong and refuse to accept responsibility for what happened. This puts you in the position of having to prove negligence.
Insurance companies are supposed to help. But the fact is, they are always looking for ways to save money. Their goal is not to do what’s best for your family. Their goal is to find a way to pay you as little as possible. They have the advantage after an accident, and they use many tactics to try to limit your compensation.
Attorney Byron Browne knows these tactics. They may argue your loved one was partially to blame for what happened. Under Arizona’s comparative negligence system, that means your compensation could be reduced. Or they’ll make a settlement offer. But their offer will fall far short of what it should be.
We think your family deserves better. Byron Browne is not afraid to fight back against insurance companies and is focused on getting the best results possible.
We take nothing for granted
Our legal team starts by investigating your loved one’s accident. We gather evidence that can prove negligence. For example, the other driver may have been:
- Talking on the phone
- Driving aggressively
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Too tired to be driving
We review accident reports, medical records, and other documentation. Our team will check for any video from nearby traffic or security cameras. We also identify and interview witnesses. And if necessary, we’ll consult accident reconstruction experts.
Our firm may also identify other potential negligent parties. For example, if the accident involved drunk driving, you may be able to file a claim against a restaurant, bar, or liquor store that sold alcohol to the other driver under Arizona’s dram shop law.
Surviving spouses, children, parents, or personal representatives can file a wrongful death suit after a fatal crash. We know this is a very difficult time for you and your family. Attorney Byron Browne can guide you through the legal process from start to finish.
Our law firm is on your side every step of the way
Attorney Browne will also determine the total damages you have suffered as a result of your loved one’s accident. The amount of compensation you can recover will depend on many factors. In general, you can seek compensation for your loved one’s final medical expenses, burial expenses, loss of financial support, and loss of companionship.
Many people wonder if they will have to go to court. Not necessarily. These types of cases are often resolved through a negotiated settlement. Attorney Byron Browne will handle all communications with the insurance company. You will also get regular updates on the progress of your case.
If you ever have any questions or concerns during the process, he is always available. If we handle your case, you will get Byron Browne’s cell phone number.
Contact us to schedule a free consultation
We know you probably have a lot of questions. You may be wondering if you should file a lawsuit or whether you even have a case. We can answer all of your questions and discuss your legal options for compensation during a free consultation. It costs you nothing and there is no obligation. We just want you to have the information you need.
We encourage you to get legal advice as soon as possible. The statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death lawsuit in Arizona is two years from the date of death. That seems like a long time. But it can take months to build a strong case, and it is best to start investigating what happened right away.