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Brain Injury Attorney in Phoenix
A brain injury can have a devasting effect on your life. The injury can turn your life upside down. Even a concussion can have a negative impact, leaving you with constant headaches and even an aversion to bright light. If an accident caused by someone else’s negligence is the reason for your brain injury, you may be eligible to receive compensation. However, ensuring you receive fair compensation is a little more difficult than requesting a check from the insurance provider. You need an experienced brain injury attorney in Phoenix from Morgan & Morgan.
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When to See a Physician for Your Brain Injury in Phoenix
Whether it’s a hard hit to your head or a bump from a slip and fall, you always want to seek immediate medical attention. Even if you aren’t experiencing any symptoms, you still want to make an appointment with a physician. Some brain injuries may not exhibit immediate symptoms; it can take a few days. However, waiting until symptoms appear can make the injury worse.
Your physician will perform diagnostic tests to determine the severity of your brain injury. Be prepared to hear terms like mild, moderate, and severe. Each of these terms is used to describe the severity of your injury. You’ll also want to remember the terms since they can affect your personal injury lawsuit.
How Brain Injury Severity Affects Compensation
The extent of your injuries is a primary factor in your brain injury lawsuit. If your injury is considered mild, your treatment is usually less involved than if you suffer a traumatic brain injury. Some types of compensation in a lawsuit for a mild brain injury often include:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
If your brain injury in Phoenix is more severe, you may also be eligible for compensation that includes lost future earnings, long-term care, and rehabilitation. You may also be able to claim a loss of life enjoyment. However, every case is unique, which is why it’s a good idea to schedule a consultation with a specialist from Morgan & Morgan.
Why Choose Morgan & Morgan for Your Brain Injury Lawsuit
Morgan & Morgan has been fighting for their clients’ rights for over 35 years and has recovered over $20 billion for our clients. We are the largest personal injury law firm in the nation and have a proven track record of success. Contact Morgan & Morgan for a free case evaluation to learn more.
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