Car owners in Arizona are expected to have proper car insurance. According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, the law requires that minimum levels of liability insurance coverage be carried for every motor vehicle operated on Arizona roadways. This means bodily injury coverage of no less than $15,000 per person and $30,000 for two or more people. You must also carry property-damage liability of at least $10,000. These requirements extend to golf carts, motorcycles and mopeds as well.
J.G., Criminal Defense Client
Matt makes your problem his problem.
I would highly recommend Matthew Lopez Law. I was in a very tight spot and didn’t know what to do when I got a speeding ticket which was a felony. I called Matt and he was so patient and explained what can be done and what would be the possible outcome based on his experience. All this happened over the phone and was free.
When I met him, after talking to him, I felt like a big burden was taken off from me. Yes, he literally took it as his problem and attended to it. His entire system is so organized and his assistant (paralegal) is so helpful and on top of things every time.
Even after months of my case being dismissed, they remember me and are helpful. If anyone reading this is on the fence, I would just say, close your eyes and go for it. You will be in safe hands.