About Warnock MacKinlay Law

Arizona personal injury attorney Nathaniel B. Preston (“Nate”) has helped clients recover millions of dollars for injury and wrongful death claims. He is an aggressive attorney who helps injured victims get the results they deserve. Your initial case evaluation is absolutely free and you don’t have to pay a dime in attorney’s fees unless Nate recovers money for you first.

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PERSONAL
INJURY

Let us bring you the comfort and peace of mind you deserve at a time like this in your life. Regardless if you incurred your injuries at the hands of a reckless driver, defective product, medical malpractice, dog bite, construction or some other cause, we can help.

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CATASTROPHIC
INJURY

Catastrophic injuries are any injuries that inflict serious, long-term effects upon the victim. They typically occur suddenly, without warning, and leave an individual with permanent disability and disfigurement.

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DOG BITE
INJURIES

All too often people suffer attacks by animals for which owners do not take proper precautions to restrain. Animals cannot always be controlled and thus it is up to their owner to do what they can to prevent accidents. 

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BURN
INJURY

Burn injuries can take an unexpected and traumatic toll on loved ones. The American Burn Association reports that over one million burn injuries are reported each year; 450,000 patients are hospitalized and roughly 3,400 burn injury deaths occur. 

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CONSTRUCTION
ACCIDENTS

Construction work is one of the most physically taxing and dangerous occupations in the United States. Those who work in construction face life-threatening situations on a daily basis, which leads to a high rate of injury and fatality on construction sites.

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WRONGFUL
DEATH

The purpose of the wrongful death statute is to protect the interests of those who bear the financial and emotional burden of the death of a family member, due to no fault of their own. A wrongful death claim is proven in much of the same way as any other personal injury case.