Serving Oro Valley, Catalina, Saddlebrooke,
Sun City Tucson, and Oracle

If you or a loved one has been attacked by a dog, or have suffered from a dog bite injury, call us. For decades, we have helped injured clients, their families, and those who have lost a loved one in seeking full compensations for injuries, damages, and loss from those responsible for dog bites animal attacks.  We offer tenacious, dedicated representation, and the experience required.

Convenient Oro Valley Location

We are conveniently located in the Vistoso Commerce Loop (just off of Oracle Road, in between Rancho Vistoso Blvd. on the North, and Tangerine Road on the South, near Oro Valley Hospital).


Client Review

Frances has always treated me like family and whenever I hear of someone in need of legal representation I always refer them to her without hesitation. Her knowledge of the law coupled with her caring attitude and ability to make anyone feel comfortable is the perfect combination for a personal injuries attorney. The last thing anyone wants to deal with after a traumatic accident is an insurance company and with Frances, you never have to worry. She is the best and more importantly, she truly cares about her clients well being.

Avvo 5 Star Review – Maria

How We Help

  • Dedicated Representation
  • Limited Caseload to Give Each Client The Attention They Deserve
  • We Offer a Free Consultation.
  • No Fee Unless Compensation is Recovered.
  • Litigation Costs Advanced.

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