Mark Breyer

Breyer Law Offices
3840 East Ray Road
Phoenix, AZ 85044
(480) 588-8508

Mark Breyer has achieved his status as a renowned Arizona trial lawyer through hard work and a dedication to his clients. His success and commitment to fighting for the rights of those who have suffered life changing injury or the loss of a loved one due to the neglect of another has earned him the highest possible rating as a personal injury trial lawyer from multiple sources across the United States. Mark Breyer has earned an rating from Martindale Hubbell, demonstrating the highest level ranking awarded by that institution. Mark Breyer has also achieved a perfect rating from AVVO, a rating of superb. Moreover, while any lawyer can claim to be a personal injury attorney that represents the injured, less than 2% of all Arizona lawyers have been certified as injury and wrongful death specialists by the State Bar of Arizona. Mark Breyer has earned that distinction, as well.

However, what Mark Breyer is probably best known for throughout the State of Arizona is being part of The Husband and Wife Law Team since Alexis and Mark Breyer founded the firm in 1996. The couple decided they could serve the community with a premium of commitment and communication to clients. While many lawyers put all of their energy in a variety of places outside of their client's needs, often without ever communicating with the clients, Mark and Alexis understood from the outset that client communication and education were of the utmost importance.

Due to a commitment to being selective in the clients and cases they handle, The Husband and Wife Law Team has been able to provide clients all of the care and attention their case deserves. Helping those who have suffered any serious injury as the result of another person or company's neglect whether due to auto collision, motorcycle crash, tractor-trailer/big rig trucking accident, or other source Mark Breyer remains most proud as a lawyer of working with Alexis Breyer focused on achieving the results our clients deserve.