A personal injury lawyer is a type of attorneys who offers legal support and legal guidance to clients who have suffered personal injury either because of the negligence or recklessness of another person or institution. In Arizona, lawyers are required to have a JD degree from an American Bar Association approved law school. They need to pass many bar exams including the Multistate Bar Examination. Once they are bar passed, they need to take a state bar exam and pass it with a perfect score of 90 or above. They are then entitled to sit for the state bar exam and be entitled to practice law in Arizona. The requirements and proceedings for becoming an Arizona personal injury lawyer vary from state to state.
There are various areas that a personal injury lawyer may practice. The most common area is that of a general law practice. They handle cases such as personal injury, or malpractice, divorce, adoption, property disputes, negligence claims, etc. They can also represent clients in criminal matters like drunk driving, murder, sexual abuse, etc. In some cases, lawyers even work as private investigators.
Apart from practicing in the courtrooms, personal injury attorneys can also work in private investigation or corporate law firms. Many corporate employers have their own personal injury attorneys on staff as a part of the company’s legal team. This ensures that employees’ rights are protected as well.
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