Tucson Personal Injury Attorneys
If you are hurt in an accident, or if a loved one has been seriously injured or killed, you deserve and need the help of a trusted personal injury lawyer. The financial consequences of a personal injury accident are significant and can range from medical expenses, lost wages, long-term care and even losses associated with a loved one’s wrongful death. That is why it is important that you accept nothing less than the finest the Southwest has to offer. Let our highly experienced personal injury attorneys guide you through the difficult process, and help shield you from insurance companies and insurance defense law firms.
The Lamber Goodnow legal team is part of Fennemore Craig, P.C., which has over 450 employees, including 200 attorneys. Founded in 1885, Fennemore Craig is the oldest law firm in Arizona. Our extensive experience and aggressive personal injury litigators will help successfully resolve your case through informed representation, compassion for our clients specific needs, and strong strategies with a personal touch.
Through innovation and experience the Lamber Goodnow team has assisted our clients in recovering tens of millions of dollars in their personal injury or wrongful death claims. We are made up of skilled personal injury attorneys, many of whom have graduated from the country’s most prestigious law schools, are active community members, former defense attorneys, and leaders in the legal field. Attorneys James Goodnow and Marc Lamber lead the practice and have both tremendous legal experience and true dedication to their clients. Both attorneys are AV Preeminent* rated by the Martindale-Hubbell peer-reviewed legal rating facilitator (the highest possible rating) which is the most respected legal rating facilitator in the United States.
With offices in Tucson, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Nogales, Denver and Reno, we have personal injury attorneys that span the Southwest to provide clients with customized solutions on a case-by-case basis. We are dedicated to our clients’ needs and offer 24/7 service.
National Award Winning Innovative Personal Injury Leaders
For our continued achievements inside and outside of the courtroom The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Forbes, ABC News, NBC News and Fox News have recognized Lamber-Goodnow in the field of personal injury. Additionally, U.S. News & World Report has given our firm “Best Lawyers” and “Best Law Firm” designations, and Newsweek showcased our accident injury lawyers in its list of 20 leading injury law groups in the U.S.
At Lamber Goodnow we set ourselves apart from other Tucson personal injury firms by using technology such as Fitbit, Google Glass, Apple Watch and a 3-D printer in order to communicate with our clients remotely and guide them through each phase of their specific case.
By using Apple iPads, which are sent to opposing firms in metal briefcases with Boise noise-canceling headphones, we can create video settlement demands in order to make opposing parties fully understand our position. In large and demanding cases, our clients are lent Apple IPads so that we keep an open digital connection, edit documents and share photos and videos in order to keep our clients fully informed. Through this use of technology Apple selected Lamber-Goodnow to be the first legal team featured on their website. In the cover story, the American Bar Association (ABA) Journal identified Lamber and Goodnow as two of the “Techiest Lawyers in America.”
Free Consultation: Contact Our Tucson Personal Injury Attorneys Today
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident Contact us online or call our firm now at 775-386-6155 or 800-ATEAM-LAW (283-2652) toll free. It is important that you contact a Tucson personal injury attorney capable of getting the compensation that you deserve.
*AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories: legal ability and general ethical standards.