Hallinan & Killpack Law Firm

Hallinan & Killpack Law Firm


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Our firm is a close-knit legal practice with bred-in-the-bone in the Tucson community. We’ve served Arizonans since 2004 and we pride ourselves on demonstrating compassion and courtesy through each and every interaction with our clients. Above all, we’ll treat you as we would like to be treated, and we’re committed to building long-lasting relationships that last well beyond the completion of your case.

At Hallinan & Killpack Law Firm our experienced attorneys practice in areas of the law that have been historically under-served, including prisoner civil rights and railroad disability annuities. Furthermore, our attorneys also help individuals obtain Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. In addition, we provide aggressive representation in personal injury cases, including motor vehicle accidents and wrongful deaths. Also, we work with victims of motor vehicle collisions to obtain compensation for injuries sustained due to a negligent driver or worker who failed to properly maintain their vehicles. Along with that, we also have experience representing parents whose children have been seriously injured or killed in automobile accidents.

We have been aggressively advocating for just compensation from the insurance companies who care only about their bottom line. To demonstrate, when there is an accident and injury, most of the time the other side’s insurance company handles the entire matter and ultimately pays the claim. However, it appears that Insurance companies do not care about you or even their own insured because they will try to negotiate with you outside the court.

At Hallinan & Killpack Law Firm, we don’t measure our success in the amount of your compensation. We measure our success in the real differences we’ve made in the lives of our clients. And, our mission is to empower each individual to make positive and life-changing changes for themselves and their communities – personally, and as an advocate for other

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