Fighting For Arizona's Victims And Consumers
Mick Levin, PLC - Law Firm in Phoenix, Arizona
We believe in victims rights. When the State of Arizona failed to fix a fatal flaw in their highway system causing severe injuries to trusting drivers; we were there. When a drunk driver plowed into a family of three; we were there. When a school bully caused a girl to commit suicide; we were there. When an elderly man was abused and neglected by a nursing home; we were there. We were there when drug manufacturers lied to patients about the harm their drugs could cause. We were there when insurance companies refused to pay claims to increase their profit margins, and again when consumers fought to keep the right to sue insurance agents that abuse consumers. We were there then and now, fighting for our clients.
The achievements of our law firm are the direct result of a deep personal commitment to those we serve. We are our clients' courtroom warriors – honor and duty bound to fight for our clients' rights. We've fought in county courts all across the State of Arizona, in the Arizona Court of Appeals, the Arizona Supreme Court, the Arizona State Legislature, Federal Court, and in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. We go wherever we need to, so we can fight for our client's rights.
Our lawyers live in Arizona. The loyalty we feel to the people who live here runs deep. We help victims obtain justice from their abusers. No government, corporation, or insurance company is too big for us to prosecute. If you cannot find justice anywhere else, we are here for you.
Personal Injury Lawyer - Practice Areas
Alcohol and motor vehicles are a dangerous combination, and the leading cause of fatal car crashes in Arizona.
Those who drink, and the bars that serve them, are liable for any property damage, injury, or death that they may cause.
Our children are our most precious resource. Their schools and caregivers owe them the highest duty of care.
Dangerous "all-natural" supplements may cause liver damage, heart problems, strokes, cancer, or even death.
Insurance companies legally owe you a duty of good faith and fair dealing when processing your claim.
Most medical malpractice cases involve medical errors in diagnosis, treatment, aftercare, or health management.
Automobile crash injury results in death and untold suffering to hundreds of people in Arizona each year.
If a drug manufacturer fails to warn of the dangerous propensities of their drugs, they may be liable for your injuries.
Victims of defective, dangerous, or unsafe products have legal rights. Product liability law protects those rights.
When professionals fail to provide you with a bare minimum of care, they become liable for professional negligence.
The State of Arizona has the responsibility to keep its streets and highways reasonably safe for its trusting citizens to travel.
Those with a duty to provide care for a vulnerable adult are legally required to act in a responsible manner.
Personal Injury Lawyer - Phoenix, Arizona
Choosing the right personal injury lawyer to protect your interests is the most important decision you will make when facing a crisis. Mick Levin is renown among his peers for the energy and passion he brings to each and every case. He takes on the toughest courtroom battles out of a sincere belief that justice for victims is sorely lacking.
Mr. Levin has gone head-to-head with governments, multi-billion dollar corporations and insurance companies and has emerged with extraordinary results. He is deeply committed to winning for you.
Our goal at Mick Levin, PLC is to help anyone in Arizona who has suffered at the hands of another through no fault of their own. When you need highly a skilled, personal and experienced personal injury lawyer, please contact us to discuss your case and how we may help you.
We will act as your advocates throughout your case and will passionately present your cause and ensure that your needs are met. There is never a charge for your initial consultation and no fee is due unless we get you justice.
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