If you've suffered a catastrophic injury that resulted in paralysis or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), your life will never be the same again. You may be bitter and angry about your disabilities, or frustrated about how your paralysis/ TBI will affect your family and your ability to provide for them. There is no question that Phoenix families suffer emotionally and financially when they have a loved one paralyzed because of an accident or act of violence.
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can happen at any time and to anyone. The problem with these types of injuries is that the severity of the injury may not be noticed until it is too late to prevent serious damage. TBIs can range in severity from a mild concussion or other minor head injuries to more serious intracranial injuries that cause pressure buildup, bleeding in the brain, skull fractures, tears in the brain caused by lodged objects and projectiles, coma, and death.
Our Arizona paralysis and brain injury attorneys are here to assist you in getting compensation for immediate and pressing medical bills and to cover any long-term care requirements. Our legal team is dedicated to providing exceptional client representation. Contact us today! The call is free, and we will review your case for free. Call Goldman Accident lawyers at 480-626-8483 today.
Paralysis affects individuals of all ages. Newborns, teenagers and adults are all subject to injuries that can lead to paralysis. Our experienced attorneys assist with the following types of paralysis injuries and closely related accidents:
When you or a loved one has been paralyzed due to the negligence of another, our personal injury law firm will fight to ensure that your future ongoing needs are provided for and protected. We also want to make the claim process as easy as possible, so if you are not able to come to us, we will come to you.
What Are Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury?
Symptoms of a TBI may be immediate or may can take days or weeks to appear. They can range in severity too from physical to psychological damage. That is why, even if there are no immediate signs of injury, we strongly recommend you seek medical attention immediately after you or a loved one were in an accident or physically attacked.
A few possible symptoms of moderate to severe brain damage may include:
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a brain injury after a traumatic event or accident, contact Goldman Accident Lawyers immediately to have your case evaluated.