Arizona Personal Injury-Insurance companies not playing moneyball. We have noticed a recent trend in Arizona Personal Injury Law. A quite illogical and wholly unfair practice by the insurance companies that ultimately is against the best interest of the insurance company and of the Arizona injury client . You do not have to be a Phoenix Arizona Personal Injury Lawyer to understand this dilemma. Quite honestly, a 3rd grader could tell you that the recent trend is completely illogical. In the past insurance companies would offer fair settlements for Arizona Personal Injury cases, covering not only the medical bills and costs of the client, but also give the injured a little something extra for their pain and suffering/loss of enjoyment of life. Those who have unfortunately been involved in an injury case understand that along with the pain and medical bills comes time off work/school, trips to the physical therapist, insomnia, and emotional distress that can negatively impact interpersonal relationships. These fair settlements saved all parties involved time and money, by foregoing the need to litigate. Recently, insurance companies have been far more aggressive, often offering Arizona Personal Injury Clients less their total medical bills. This means that the injured would not get all their bills paid and get nothing for pain and suffering/loss of enjoyment of life. This forces the Arizona Personal Injury Lawyer to file a lawsuit and litigate. This increases costs for the insurance company, and often times results in an ultimate fair settlement. Why the insurance companies would rather litigate than make a fair offer up front, that they would settle for in litigation anyway, is beyond me. If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident you will likely get a call from the insurance company offering you a very low settlement. DO NOT ACCEPT IT!! Call and Experienced Arizona Personal Injury Lawyer at Mostafavi Marco & Wimmer today for a free consultation. We work hard to ensure you get a fair settlement, whether it be through negotiation or litigation. Call us today at (480) 540-3815 or visit www.mmwazlaw.com.