Dealing with the Difficulties of a Brain Injury
For the victim, a brain injury can mean confusion. It is difficult to understand what is going on and why. For family and friends, it is heartbreaking to see physical and mental changes and not know how to help.
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At Snyder & Wenner, PC in Phoenix, Arizona, our lawyers focus all of our efforts on catastrophic injuries. Even a so-called "mild" brain injury can bring about mood swings, short-term memory loss and cognitive disabilities. Relationships and job performance often suffers.
Brain injuries can be difficult to diagnose and treat.
When someone suffers a closed head trauma, there is no blood, no obvious injury. Even an obvious open brain injury may not be fully diagnosed until some time has passed. Brain injury can cause nervous system damage, decreased mental capacity, temporary or permanent memory loss, coma, difficulty in speaking, calculating, reading or communicating.
If negligence caused a brain injury, contact an attorney.
If a loved one suffered a brain injury because of negligence, the victim may be able to collect compensation that will help provide the care and treatment necessary to cope with an injury that is most likely permanent.
Contact an Arizona Brain Injury Attorney
Our Phoenix personal injury lawyers have the resources and skills to investigate the accident that caused a brain injury. A car or truck accident, a fall at a construction site, an act of violence, a defective product, hypoxia from lack of oxygen — whatever caused the brain injury, we can determine who or what is responsible and prepare an effective case.
Contact us or call 602-714-1701 for a free consultation to discuss the process of obtaining compensation for your loved one's traumatic brain injury.