Ken of “Greater Phoenix Attorney at Law Magazine” interviews Phoenix personal injury lawyer Chris Zachar on being selected Solo Practitioner Of The Month, November 2010:
Ken: I am aware of what Personal Injury practice is, but you just catch me up on Wrongful Death, I am not sure I understand what that exactly is.
Chris Zachar: Wrongful death is just simply when a loved one dies as a result of someone else’s negligence. It could be a a car accident, it could be a medical mistake, it could be a product that fails, it could be a dangerous condition on somebody’s premises. Any type of circumstance or incident whereby somebody dies as a result of their injuries is considered a Wrongful Death case. In Arizona, there are very few select people who are, by statute, who are entitled to bring a Wrongful Death claim. Parents can bring a wrongful death claim, a spouse can bring a wrongful death claim and children can bring a wrongful death claim. There are limited number of circumstances where someone additional can bring one, but it is not very common and we don’t see if happen very often.
“Chris was very helpful and quick to respond. Whenever I had issues getting in touch with anyone else, he was the first to contact me. He really made sure I understood the process and made it so easy for me. I was and am happy to have Chris in my corner. Thank you for all you’ve done for me!”
“I can’t begin to thank you enough for taking my case. After being turned away from several firms, I had lost hope. The day I walked into your office I knew I had found a winning team. Thank you for taking the time to listen to me on that day. You worked my case with an exemplary level of professionalism, compassion, commitment and efficiency. I will never forget you.”
“Chris provided my husband Tommy with aggressive representation. Chris was reliable and did what he said he would do. Plus he returned our phone calls. I would be happy to refer friends to Chris.”