We understand one simple truth: You have suffered a life-changing physical injury, or the tragic loss of a loved one, and need a highly competent yet compassionate legal team that will successfully litigate your serious injury or wrongful death case, and help you get your life back.
DeFusco Law, P.L.C. represents people seriously injured or the families of people who have suffered fatal injuries because of the wrongful conduct of others. Our clients have suffered physical, emotional and economic harm often during the most difficult times in their lives. As your Arizona personal injury lawyers, we pride ourselves on providing personal service and attention to each of our clients, and strive to make the legal process as comfortable as possible while our clients recover from the harms that others have inflicted upon them.
We also represent those who have been victimized by a crime and those who have been treated unreasonably by an insurance company. We understand the physical, emotional and financial challenges that you face. We will assist you by working within the civil and criminal justice systems (helping assert your victim rights, if applicable) and holding wrongdoers accountable. And in the process, we will pursue your claims for money damages to compensate you for your losses.
At DeFusco Law, we measure success by the results we obtain for our clients, as well as by the enduring relationships we enjoy with our clients long after their case is concluded.
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