Tiffany & Bosco, P.A., has provided high-quality representation in wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury cases in Arizona, Nevada and California for approximately 50 years. Our accomplished trial attorneys use a proven approach to injury and wrongful death litigation to help our clients maximize compensation and hold negligent parties accountable for the harm they have caused.
We recognize that the time following an injury is especially difficult for those who have been injured, families of injured parties, and those who have lost a loved one as a result of someone else’s negligence. As such, we do everything in our power to make the legal process move as efficiently and stress-free as possible, including ensuring you receive full insurance benefits and full compensation to the extent practicable.
We have the experience and resources necessary to handle any matter where the reckless actions of another person have caused serious injury or led to the loss of a loved one. This includes situations where injury or death is the result of:
If you or a loved one have been involved in an accident or wrongful death, and you are thinking about pursuing legal action, you’re invited to meet with a member of our team. Our team has many years of experience and can help you understand if you have a case worth pursuing.
Before you hire an attorney for your personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit, review with them their contingency fee policy. Some legal firms will accept a case on contingency, meaning they’ll be paid a percentage of your financial award. Each state has its own laws and ethical standards for charging and collecting attorney fees, including contingencies.
State Bar of Arizona Rules of Professional Conduct, Section ER 1.5 Fees
California Business and Professional Code Article 8.5 Fee Agreements [6146-6149.5]
How Lawyers Charge, State Bar of Nevada
Each state has its own limits for criminal, personal injury and wrongful death cases. For example, many states allow a two-year limit between the time an event occurs and the time legal action arises. Your attorney will help you evaluate the statute of limitations, as there may be exceptions in cases that involve product liability.
Arizona Statute of Limitations