Wrongful Death - Gambetta - Chino Valley, AZ

A Life-Crushing Tragedy Finds Justice.
How a community’s compassion, a law firm’s commitment to justice, and one greatly harmed man’s perseverance turned a life shattering tragedy (that killed the victim's wife and turned him into a paraplegic) into a recovery many times more than "maximum coverage limits.
Case Background: 

Legal representation for fatal motorcycle accidentsOn July 13, 2000, Steve Gambetta and his wife Debby were enjoying one of their favorite hobbies, riding their motorcycle. While stopping for a red light at the intersection of Highway 89 and Willow Creek near the airport in Prescott, Steve and Debby were struck from behind by a Sport Utility vehicle. Debby Gambetta died instantly from the massive trauma of the crash, while Steve suffered a severed spinal cord.

Moving Forward: 

After settling on a Phoenix advertising lawyer, Steve received the legal opinion that his recovery was only worth $60,000, the "maximum coverage limit," and that the medical and legal expenses would wipe out this recovery, leaving Steve nothing. Unsatisfied with this answer, Steve sought a different attorney with more experience and a reputation for success in personal injury and wrongful death claims. After evaluating his options, he chose Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C. as his primary legal counsel for the remainder of his case.

Going the “Extra Mile” After Steve’s Recovery.

The Results: 

In the end, Chris Jensen and the Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C. team were successful in recovering many times the $60,000 of "maximum coverage limits" insurance money, the specific amount of which is agreed to be "confidential."