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Phoenix Foot & Knee Injury Lawyer



The attorneys at our Phoenix, Arizona personal injury firm see the pain and disability that can result from a foot or knee injury. The knee is the most complex joint in the body, and the foot supports a person’s weight over the course of his or her life. When representing a client who has suffered a fractured knee, a complex fracture of the tibia or fibula, or ligament damage in the ankle, our lawyers will work to obtain the maximum compensation possible.

An active individual takes about 1,000 steps a day—between 20 and 30 million steps in a lifetime.* If you suffer a knee or foot injury, be sure that your injury is treated by a well-qualified orthopedist to ensure your recovery is as complete as possible.

Not every accident entitles the victim to a personal injury claim. However, if you were injured, there may be a variety of parties responsible for compensating you for your accident, including your health insurance, and in any car, motorcycle bike, or pedestrian accident, your auto insurance.

Other parties that may be responsible include the manufacturer of defective equipment on your motorcycle or ATV, or the motorist that caused your accident. It is important to work with a lawyer with the experience and the resources to see that you receive the maximum compensation you are entitled to under the law, and to be treated by a well-qualified orthopedic specialist.

Our attorneys at Alex & Saavedra have been representing clients in claims for over 37 years. We have the skill, commitment, and resources to provide our clients with exceptional legal representation and supportive personal service, including referrals to healthcare professionals. If you would like to speak with a member of the firm, please contact us and make arrangements for a free consultation and case evaluation.

Contact us to see that you are being treated fairly in your claims for compensation for a fractured knee or ankle, a serious sprain, or another ankle or knee injury.