On July 31, 2013, I was stopped at the intersection of Fain Road and SR 69 in Prescott Valley, when an out-of-control pickup with a 5th wheel trailer and a trailer of Harleys overturned. My vehicle was instantly crushed and forced under a fuel tanker. I was knocked unconscious and rescued from the vehicle while gas poured onto the street. The scene was truly horrific and my life was forever changed.
I was taken by helicopter to Phoenix and diagnosed with numerous injuries, including neck, back, ribs, wrist, and head injuries. I am a 61-year-old veteran, still working, but without health insurance, because I generally obtained my medical treatment at the Prescott VA. I amassed nearly $90,000 in medical bills on the date of the crash alone.
I have very little recollection of the days after the crash. What I do remember is talking with a local lawyer who told us that I should seek out the services of Sean Phelan at Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C. From the first meeting, I knew that Sean was a straight shooter who would do all he could do to help me. First and foremost, Sean made sure that I was getting the medical treatment that I needed. Frankly, almost to the very end, I was scared that when all was said and done, I would still owe thousands of dollars for treatments of injuries that I did not cause.
It is now nearly one year since the crash and I cannot really put into words how thankful and impressed I am by Sean and his staff at Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C. I have nearly fully recovered from my injuries, all my medical bills are paid (after lengthy negotiations), and I received a very generous settlement. Sean handled everything; all I needed to do was follow my doctor’s instructions and focus on healing. Sean Phelan was honest, readily available, aggressive when needed, but also caring and understanding. I highly recommend Sean Phelan as an attorney that will fight for a fair and just resolution of your personal injury claim. Hiring Sean Phelan and Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C. is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made because I can move on with my life knowing that justice was served.