Anthony Jason Ramirez

Warnock Mackinlay Law
Warnock Mackinlay Law
7135 E Camelback Rd Ste F-240, Scotsdale, AZ 85251 United States
ScotsdaleAZ 85251
(602) 595-2545
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Anthony is a former police officer with the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, providing him with an uncanny knowledge and background to effectively understand the dynamics of motor vehicle collisions and investigations. This has proven to be invaluable in the evaluation of client accident cases and the methodology in which accidents occur.


Anthony understands more than anyone the “ins and outs” of insurance companies and their methodology of cheating the victim. Anthony is a licensed insurance adjuster, as well as a licensed private investigator. His skills developed in these areas are leveraged to benefit each of his client’s cases.


Anthony is incredibly engaged in the community and provides a tremendous amount of assistance to Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Sit down with Anthony and you will be mesmerized by his stories from his time with the Arizona Rangers and as a former police officer in our nation’s capitol, Washington, D.C.


A fun and interesting fact about Anthony is that he was a member of the Red Mountain Rugby Warthogs from Mesa, Arizona, who won the 2008 U.S. Rugby National Championship.


EDUCATION

Juris Doctorate Degree, Arizona Summit Law School

Bachelor of Arts Degree, Ottawa University


ADMISSIONS

State Bar of Arizona

State Bar of New Mexico

State Courts of Arizona

State Courts of New Mexico

United States District Court of Arizona and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

State Advisory Board Member of Mothers Against Drunk Driving


PERSONAL

Licensed Insurance Adjuster as well as Private Investigator in Arizona and Texas

Former Police Officer, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department

Former City Prosecutor, cities of Avondale, Tolleson and Buckeye, Arizona

Former member Arizona Rangers


CASE SUMMARIES

Man Cited And Found At Fault By Police, Ticket Dismissed, Policy Limit Offer After Claim Denial.

My client, Zachery Quiroz-Hoffman was driving home and traveling through an intersection on a yellow light. He was struck by a vehicle turning left at the intersection which failed to yield to the client resulting in a collision. The client was cited for speeding and was deemed responsible for the collision. Mr. Ramirez attended court with the client and got his speeding ticket dismissed. The insurance claim was initially denied by the insurance carrier but after Mr. Ramirez got the speeding ticket dismissed he was able to successfully make his argument to the insurance carrier and ensured the client was fully compensated with a policy limit offer.


Client Found At Fault, Victim Of DUI Driver, Victim Advocate, Received Policy Limit Offer After Insurance Denied Claim.

Another client, Heather Pfaff, was driving to the post office, making a left turn at an intersection on a yellow light. She was struck by a vehicle proceeding through the intersection in the opposite direction. The client was cited for making an illegal left turn. The other driver was arrested for driving while impaired so there was a question as to whether he had actually ran a red light. The claim was initially denied by the insurance carrier. Mr. Ramirez was able to successfully make his argument to the insurance carrier and ensured our client was fully compensated with a policy limit offer. Mr. Ramirez also represented the client as “victim counsel” in the impaired driver’s criminal matter ensuring that the client’s victim’s rights were recognized and protected.


Man Hit By Golf Cart And Received $130,000.

Our client Arthur Steele was preparing his equipment when he was severely injured by another golfer negligently operating a golf cart. After much negotiation, Mr. Ramirez was able to obtain a settlement of approximately $130,000.00 from the Golf Course insurance.

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