Phoenix, nicknamed “Valley of the Sun” in the 1930’s, rests in the northeastern part of the Sonoran Desert and is the capital and largest city in Arizona. Halfway between Tucson and Flagstaff, Phoenix, Arizona, is part of the 6,300 square miles of the Salt River Valley. Although partially surrounded by mountains – Superstitions, Estrella, White Tank, McDowell –the city is fairly flat with a grid-style infrastructure making travel to neighboring communities and events simple and easy.
A rich, Native American history began with the ancient Hohokam Indians who are credited for making canals to irrigate the desert landscape of the Phoenix area… over 2,000 years ago! The Native American heritage continues today in Arizona within the 14 tribes and 23 Indian Reservations. The culture in and around Phoenix is diverse, not only Native Americans and a prominent Latin community, but all the “transplants” who came to visit, fell in love and followed the directive of Horace Greeley to “Go West!”. Lured to Phoenix by the it’s unique climate with 300 days of sunshine, sparse precipitation and only one day per year where the temperature is at or below freezing, it’s not surprising so many of the 13.3 million tourists who visit annually become residents.
Names like Goldwater, Heard, Herberger, Safford, Drachman and Lincoln along with a plethora of other current and “famous” residents bask in the active lifestyle Phoenix and the surrounding area provides. For the adventuresome and the athletic, jet skiing, off-roading, hiking and exploring the unusual flora and fauna is a blissful retreat right outside your door.
The Greater Phoenix region offers an incredible array of attractions and events for tourists and locals that include famous performing art venues, museums, the largest privately-owned zoo in the US, botanical gardens and so much more. Several professional sports franchises – Phoenix Suns, Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Cardinals and Arizona Coyotes National Hockey League. – call Phoenix area home. Arizona State students thrive on the active lifestyle, the multitude of available cuisine options and the overall dynamics of the city that feels like a village.
If you have been injured in an accident, have injuries and hired an attorney in the Phoenix area, Mayfield Settlement Funding can be your immediate solution to the mounting bills and worrisome calls from bill collectors. Mayfield specializes in lawsuit funding and personal injury case advances for folks in your area who need money right now and cannot wait for their lawsuit to settle. Pre-settlement funding is a way to live comfortably while you wait for your claim to resolve. By getting a portion of the money you expect to receive or win from your case, you can pay those annoying bills now and breathe a little easier while your attorney continues to fight for the most money possible from the offending side.
Personal injury “loans” or settlement advances are not like a traditional loan. There is no out-of-pocket cost to you. No credit checking. No employment history reviews. No collateral required. No difficult conversations regarding how you plan to use the money. It’s FAST, EASY and may be the answer to get some well-needed cash NOW! A Mayfield Settlement Funding advance is a non-recourse advance. That simply means, if you do not recover a settlement from your case or you do not win your case, you are NOT required to repay Mayfield.
How do you receive a pre-settlement advance?
If you are a victim of a personal injury case, have suffered injuries and have hired an attorney in the Phoenix or surrounding areas, simply:
Call us at (855)329-1503 or visit our immediate service page or email questions [email protected] where one of our Phoenix, Arizona, funding experts will walk you through the easy and quick process. Make the call and you’re on your way!