Ahwatukee Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers
Ahwatukee Foothills is a wonderful place to live. There are a lot of fun places for the whole family to enjoy, including Urban Air Adventure Park and Club West Golf Club. If you’ve suffered a traumatic brain injury, The Husband & Wife Law Team is here to help you on the road to recovery so that you can get back to enjoying all the great activities and places Ahwatukee has to offer.
The human brain is really marvelous. It regulates your body’s internal functions, physical movements, and sensations in addition to providing all your thoughts. That’s why a severe brain injury can have a devastating impact on your life. It’s likely that you won’t be able to pursue many of the activities or places you enjoyed before the accident, and you may require a lifetime of medical treatment and nursing care.
If you or a loved one is suffering from traumatic brain injury, your family will be facing astronomical medical expenses. The Husband & Wife Law Team has been helping people in Ahwatukee for over 25 years. Our Ahwatukee brain injury attorneys will file a claim to help you get the resources you need to cover your medical bills and other expenses, such as lost wages and occupational therapy.
Mark and Alexis Breyer, The Husband & Wife Law Team, have been recognized for their dedication and commitment to excellence by Super Lawyers, Avvo, and the Better Business Bureau. We also belong to the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and Mark Breyer holds an “AV” rating by Martindale-Hubbell.
To learn more, call (480) 588-8508 and schedule a FREE consultation today.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when there’s a strong blow to the head or body or when an object penetrates the skull, causing severe damage to brain tissue.
Frequent TBI symptoms include:
- Memory loss
- Vision loss
- Disordered sleep
- Slurred speed
- Loss of balance
- Blurred vision
- Loss of motor control
- Reduced intellectual capacity
- Aggressive behavior
- Hearing loss
There are two major types of TBIs: penetrating and non-penetrating. A penetrating TBI, also known as open TBI, occurs when an object penetrates the brain, causing tissue damage and bleeding. This may include bullets, a weapon, or a fragment of the patient’s fractured skull.
A non-penetrating brain injury, also referred to as a closed injury, happens when a sudden jolt causes the brain to crash against the side of the skull. Both types of TBI have a dramatic impact on the patient’s health by triggering chemical and metabolic changes in brain cells.
Events that frequently cause TBI include:
- Car crashes
- Motorcycle crashes
- Truck collisions
- Construction accidents
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Bicycle crashes
- Pedestrians who are struck by a vehicle
After an accident, finding the right Ahwatukee personal injury lawyer makes a huge difference. The Husband & Wife Law Team will investigate the injury and file a claim against anyone whose negligent actions contributed to your injury.
Pursuing a successful TBI claim may include the following steps:
- Gathering evidence. Whatever kind of accident you have suffered, your attorney will interview witnesses, review the police or incident report, collect available surveillance video, and review forensic evidence from the accident scene.
- Expert witnesses. At The Husband & Wife Law Team, we rely on vocational experts, including mechanics, medical experts, traffic engineers, economists, accountants, and others, to determine the cause of your accident and calculate the monetary value of your damages.
- Filing a claim against the defendant’s insurance company.
- Negotiating a fair resolution of your case.
- Representing you in court. If the other side refuses to make a reasonable offer, the experienced trial lawyers at HWLT are always prepared to go to court.
Treatment for TBI may include surgery to stop the brain from bleeding, medication, rest, and occupational therapy. Unfortunately, damaged brain tissue may never fully heal, and a patient suffering from severe TBI is likely to require long-term medical and therapeutic assistance.
A TBI personal injury claim can include the following types of damages:
- Current and future medical expenses
- Reduced earning potential
- Medical devices
- Pain and suffering
- Lost wages
- Psychological counseling
- Reduced quality of life
- In-home nursing care
- Wheelchair access for home and auto
If you or someone you love has suffered a traumatic brain injury, contact The Husband & Wife Law Team. We have a 98 percent success rate and are fully prepared to fight for the justice and compensation you deserve. We’ll sit down with you and your family and come up with the best strategy for moving forward with your case.
Call us at (480) 588-8508 to learn more today.
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