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Mr. Wade received Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with distinction, from the University of Kansas in 1988 with an emphasis on Finance and Accounting. Mr. Wade thereafter received a Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University in 1991. Mr. Wade was admitted to the Arizona Bar in 1991 and the Colorado Bar in 1992.
Attorney, Michael Wade is admitted to practice in Federal Courts, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as Bankruptcy Court. In 1995, he and Michael Nysather partnered to combine what is now one of the highest regarded consumer and personal injury law practices in Arizona.
Mr. Wade exclusively practices wrongful death and serious personal injury cases. Due to his extensive experience in these areas, Mr. Wade is often in depositions, court, mediations, and trials on his cases. Mr. Wade devotes his legal knowledge and experience to the representation of general negligence and motor vehicle accidents (including trucking and motorcycle) in Arizona and across the country.
No matter how minor you believe the auto accident is, you always need to report it to the authorities. Write down names, addresses and phone numbers of any witnesses, and be sure the police officer provides you with a duplicate of the Motorist Exchange Info form. Phone your auto insurance broker as well as your auto insurance business immediately for additional directions.
In the event you don't report the auto crash, the insurance carrier may refuse payment of any claims you file afterwards. Your insurance carrier must notify you within 30 (thirty) days of receiving appropriate notice of the auto accident claim whether it'll pay or refuse your injury claim or that it's investigating the claim.
Yes, you must notify your insurance provider of the auto crash. Maricopa County is regulated by the laws of Arizona, a no-fault car accident state.
That means any insurance company doing business in Maricopa County is required to pay for your medical expenses up to a specific sum, based on the coverage you bought.
That depends. In case the auto accident wasn't entirely your fault, it is still possible to recover damages from the driver of the other automobile for the part of the injury that was his or her fault.
Arizona permits injured parties in Maricopa County to bring claims against the driver of the other automobile even if they were partly to blame.
What should I do if I'm in an automobile crash in Maricopa County?
In case the auto accident isn't my fault, do I need to let the insurance company of my automobile know about it, and, if I do, will they increase my insurance premiums?
If I received a traffic citation saying I was the reason for the auto crash? Do I still have a case?
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