Zanes Law is an Arizona based personal injury law firm. We have offices staffed with brain injury lawyers in both Tucson and Phoenix. We also have attorneys handling brain injury cases in our Seattle office. The brain injury lawyers at Zanes Law want you to know that if you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury due to someone else’s negligence in Arizona, you probably have more questions than answers. Neurological damage can be hard for physicians to accurately diagnose and then treat. And if your loved one passed away due to their brain injury – legally referred to as wrongful death – your family is struggling to recover and make sense of a very difficult time.
Zanes Law has spent more than a decade helping accident victims in Arizona recover nearly $140 million from reckless individuals and careless companies that cause harm to those around them. We hold negligent parties accountable in order to ensure our clients can afford expensive medical care and other expenses, as well as help encourage bad actors to change the way they operate – reducing the likelihood of future brain injury accidents in Arizona.
We encourage you to give us a call. Our brain injury lawyers will give you a free brain injury consultation and will answer any legal questions you may have. It’s important that you call sooner, rather than later. If you wait too long to file a brain injury claim in the state of Arizona, you may lose the right to seek damages. That would mean that your family loses access to the financial resources you need to recover and reduce the financial stress you’re experiencing.
You are welcome to meet with us in-person to discuss your brain injury claim at one of our law offices in Phoenix or Tucson. If you need us to, we can come to you. We understand how important it is to be able to look someone in the eye and know that you’re getting the best legal help possible.
Head injuries can be caused by a variety of situations, including a head-on collision while playing football, or a violent car accident. We’ve also seen quite a few brain injuries related to construction accidents.
Brain injuries in Arizona are more common than you might think. When the brain sustains a traumatic injury, it can permanently change the victim’s life. Cognitive problems, loss of motor function, memory loss, speech impairments, permanent disability, and death can all result from a traumatic brain injury (TBI). In the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that each your 275,000 people are hospitalized for traumatic brain injuries and 52,000 people die from traumatic brain injuries.
1,233 people died in Arizona as a result of a head injury in 2014. Firearms and falls caused the majority of wrongful deaths due to brain injuries in Arizona. There were 6,581 non-fatal hospitalizations due to traumatic-brain injuries (TBI) in Arizona. And more than 54,000 hospital visits were related to a head injury in Arizona.
If a ladder is poorly secured at work, workers have an increased chance of falling and hitting their head at work. Even a simple slip-and-fall can lead to a traumatic brain injury (TBI), which can prove life-threatening.
If you and your family are struggling to recover from an accident that led to a brain injury, you’re not alone. It’s important to contact an the experienced brain injury lawyers at Zanes Law who have a deep understanding of how these specialized cases are handled in Arizona. You have a limited amount of time to file your claim – due to limitations set by Arizona law, and the unique requirements of different insurers.
Our brain injury lawyers in either our Tucson or Phoenix offices can help answer your legal questions and reduce the stress you’re feeling. Getting reliable answers to your complex brain injury claim questions will help you responsibly plan for the future.
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While the statistics on traumatic brain injuries plaguing Arizona’s citizens are staggering, it’s important to understand what’s causing these life-changing head injuries. As Arizona’s citizens increase in age, they are far more likely to suffer a head injury. This could be due to loss of balance, as well as other compounding medical conditions.
From construction site accidents to mistakes during childbirth, brain injuries can happen in numerous circumstances.
• Car crashes
• Sports injuries
• Acts of violence
• Struck-by objects
• Surgical errors
All these accidents are all common causes of TBIs. In basic terms, anything that causes the brain to strike the inside of the skull, lose oxygen supply, or bleed and swell can result in a traumatic brain injury.
The brain can sustain damage in a number of ways. A blunt impact to the head, such the head striking the roadway in a car accident or another player in a football game, can cause a concussion and subsequent brain injury. Penetration injuries, such as gunshot or stab wound, can also affect the brain. If something cuts off oxygen to the brain (e.g., accidental drowning, anesthesia error, or birth injury), it can cause brain damage. Finally, something shaking the head too roughly, especially the head of a child, can cause swelling or bleeding in the brain.
No two brain injuries are alike. Each patient will experience different symptoms and effects. Some injuries inflict temporary damage from which the patient can eventually recover, such as dizziness or confusion. Others are permanent, and will always affect the victim’s life. If you or a loved one has permanent brain damage from a recent injury, retain an attorney. You may be eligible for significant compensation if negligence played a role in your accident.
Brain injuries are often “catastrophic” in the eyes of the law, or an injury that causes disability. Catastrophic injuries qualify for the greatest amounts of compensation because they cost the victim the most. You may be able to recover for your financial losses as well as non-economic damages such as loss of quality and enjoyment of life. Lost capacity to earn, home and vehicle modifications, live-in care, mental anguish – all these are compensable damages in the state of Arizona. Speak to the brain injury lawyers at Zanes Law to learn the potential value of your case.
Anytime you’re in an accident that affects your head, see a doctor. You may not notice symptoms of a serious TBI right away, but medical scans can diagnose this issue. Quick diagnosis and prompt treatment can make a big difference in how much the brain injury ultimately affects the individual’s life. Surgery, therapy, and other methods can potentially limit symptoms of a TBI. Once you’re on the mend, contact our brain injury lawyers in our Tucson and Phoenix offices.
You can count on our brain injury lawyers at Zanes Law to dive into the specifics of your case and provide you with the answers you need in order to move forward. Give us a call for a free consultation right now. You’ll feel better knowing you have someone in your corner with the experience to seek justice on your behalf.
After I was hit by a drunk driver last year, Zanes Law handled my case and my experience was a positive one. Even though the guy was never given a sobriety test (due to a lot of inconvenient and frustrating circumstances including police incompetence and other thinKayley Self Personal Injury
Good people to work with.Greg King Personal Injury
I never though of myself as a person that would ever file a lawsuit, but sometimes you have to do what you don't want to do to get what you need/deserve this was one of those times i didn't know a thing about the process they we very helpful in answering all of myNate Ash Showers Personal Injury
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