Thomas Hogle

Attorney Thomas Hogle’s proficiency for solving challenging problems and his passion for helping others make him the attorney you want on your side. Thomas is known for his honesty, compassion and dedication to a fair legal system.

law school: Arizona State University

favorite tv show: Flight of the Concords

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Nathan Hogle

Attorney Nathan prides himself on his ability to empathize with and really listen to and understand clients’ circumstances and concerns. Once he understands his client, Nathan is focused on finding the right solution to the problems and helping his client heal after facing difficult challenges.

law school: Western State University

favorite sport: Football

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Jacqueline Parker

Jacqueline is an attorney that excels at explaining the law to her clients in a way they understand, communicating their options to them and guiding them through today’s legal system. When clients meet with Jacqueline, they receive her full attention. She listens, understands and assists clients in solving their legal problems during difficult circumstances in their lives.

law school: University of San Francisco

in my spare time: Read or oil paint

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Robert Moon

Attorney Robert Moon sees that too often clients think they need a lawyer who will fight no matter the cost, but more often they need a lawyer who can balance legal issues with practicality. He finds the leverage to achieve what’s right for his clients and creates an amicable result while staying above the fray of the emotional components of each case.

law school: University of Utah

favorite vacation spot: Italy

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Dana Hogle

Attorney Dana Hogle has years of experience in motorcycle accident litigation. He has helped clients who were hurt on the job, seriously injured in an automobile accident, or otherwise hurt by another’s negligence. He knows how to handle these cases from a legal perspective, and he also understands the personal element of motorcycle accident work.

law school: California Western School of Law

favorite song: "Mama Tried" by Merle Haggard

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Queen Creek motorcycle accident Resources

Hospitals & Urgent Care

Banner Ironwood Medical Center

37000 N. Gantzel Road
San Tan Valley, AZ 85140
(480) 394-4000

Banner Ironwood Medical Center features 47 private rooms, and focuses on emergency services, surgery and general medical care.

Alliance Urgent Care

21582 S. Ellsworth Loop
Suite #100
Queen Creek, AZ 85142
(480) 339-5599

Alliance Urgent Care provides medical care for injuries of all kinds.

Insurance Agencies

State Farm Insurance

22711 S. Ellsworth Road
Suite #105
Queen Creek, AZ 85142
(480) 988-6800

State Farm Agent Brandon Walsh provides auto home and other insurances.

Motorcycle Repair

World Famous Mike’s Bikes

20907 E. Ocotillo Road
Queen Creek, AZ 85142
(480) 659-1255

Mike’s Bikes provides motorcycle collision repair.

Vehicle Repair

San Tan Auto Body

18415 E. San Tan Boulevard
Queen Creek, Arizona 85242
(480) 988-1598

Jerry at San Tan Auto Body serve the repair needs of customers who have experience auto collisions.

Painters Auto Body

22080 S. Scotland Court
Queen Creek, AZ 85242
(480) 987-7968

The Painter Family at Painters Auto Body provides auto collision repair.

Arizona Motorcycle Accidents

Do I have a claim/when to contact an attorney?

Yes, you are entitled for a claim. Accident claims like these are governed by Personal Injuries laws meaning that when a person has been emotionally or physically injured or killed by another person's wrongful acts. A personal injury lawsuit is filed when the victim seeks to get compensation for the harm caused by wrongful acts of another person(at fault). These claims are generally for negligence as the injured party has been harmed by the wrongdoer's carelessness. Usually personal injury claims can be filed by the individual himself. If the client is the wrongdoer, he/she must contact an attorney. Irrespective of who is at fault for the accident, the insurance company is responsible for paying the initial medical expenses as per the insurance policies. If the insurance company REFUSES to pay the expenses, the client must contact an attorney afterwards.

What kind of claims are there in regards to motorcyle accidents?

1. First party motorcycle accident insurance claim is made against the insurance company based on:

§ uninsured motorist - If the client is involved in a motorcycle crash with another driver who does not have insurance or in case of single bike accident.

§ underinsured motorist coverage - If the client is involved in a motorcycle crash with another driver who has insurance but the insurance limit does not cover the compensation for the injuries.

2. Third party motorcycle accident insurance claim is made against the insurance company of another driver, motor vehicle rental company, government entity or other third party.

The Process

If an individual is unable to recover damage on his own, he must file a lawsuit. According to Arizona's statute of limitation, personal injury lawsuit must be filed within two years from the date of injury.

The process involves filing and serving summons to the defendant and complaint describing the incident and its circumstances followed with the causes of action showing clear negligence of the wrongdoer. After the summons is served, the defendant (wrongdoer) has to file an answer to the complaint. The process includes discoveries such as an array of interrogatories served by defendant's attorney to the plaintiff (client) and requires written response. The plaintiff is also required to attend deposition in which the defence attorney can ask a number of questions about the accident, injuries, health history and employment under oath. The court may also ask the plaintiff to submit medical records. Finally, judgement is pronounced either by a judge or a jury. The judgement includes the case winner and the amount of money the client is entitled to get for the damages and suffering.

What kind of attorneys can handle a motorcycle accident case?

Personal Injury lawyer is an expert in handling motorcycle accident cases.

How much does it cost me to hire an attorney for my case?

For some attorneys, it depends on the number of hours an attorney is spending on this case and some charges a pre defined amount for handling particular type of case. Usually, most attorneys receive a contingency fee which is a percentage of the money as part of settlement or trial. In personal injury cases, the lawyer in the beginning agrees to bring a satisfactory settlement claim by doing his/her best. Initially the client agrees to pay the lawyer from the money claimed at the end of a settlement. However, the payment is agreed upon percentage of the amount claimed.

Even the litigation cost which includes fee for filing the case at the court of law, money paid to investigators, expert witnesses and for obtaining the medical records is paid by the client after the money has been claimed. It is different from the money paid to an attorney based on his/her efficient work and efforts. Furthermore, upon mutual understanding, both the client and the lawyer agrees not to charge any money if the lawyer does not succeed in the case. The client does not owe money to the lawyer in that case. Usually in personal injury cases, the fee entirely is dependent on the lawyer's hardwork and him/her being successful in obtaining money from the wrongdoer. The client still may have to repay the lawyer for the cost related to the personal injury claim.

What is involved?

The civil lawsuit involves, issuing of summons, filing of a complaint, written response by the defendant, discoveries, interrogations, cross examination and judgement.

How long does it take?

Usually it takes 3-4 months to settle a personal injury case. However, it can take 1-2 years if there is a lack of evidence and other supporting documents.

What type of compensation can I expect?

In Arizona, there is no certain amount the client can recover for the damages and suffering. The client is entitled for compensation for damages, pain and suffering caused by another person's negligence.

Should I get an attorney even if the accident is my fault?

Yes, the client must contact a motorcycle accident attorney even if the accident is your fault. The specialized attorney will review your case and provide appropriate action to be taken. Since Arizona is a comparative fault state, if a jury decides that you had any degree of fault in causing the accident, the compensation awarded will be reduced in proportion to the relative degree of the client's fault.

Arizona is a pure comparative fault state, meaning that if a jury concludes that you had any degree of fault in causing the accident, any damages awarded are reduced in proportion to the relative degree of your fault. For example, if you were responsible for 70 percent of the accident, you can still be awarded 30 percent of your damages. is a service of The Hogle Firm, an Arizona Personal Injury Law Firm. © 2018 All Rights Reserved.