The symptoms of a brain injury often take time to develop and when they do, they may be very subtle at first. As a result, it may be difficult to tell whether you’ve sustained a brain injury after suffering a blow to the head. It’s common to feel fine for several days or weeks before you start showing any warning signs. This can make knowing what to do tricky immediately after a blow to the head.
Motorcycle accidents can be stressful events, but it’s important to think clearly and decisively following the collision. Taking the right actions is crucial to protecting your rights and your ability to recover compensation in a future motorcycle accident claim.
In the following video, Chris Jensen discusses the important steps to take after a motorcycle accident.
If you’ve suffered an injury caused by the negligent actions of another, you may be entitled to file a personal injury lawsuit to recover compensation for your damages. After an injury, costly medical bills and time missed from work can be financially crippling to you and your family. It’s crucial that you work with an experienced personal injury lawyer who can help ensure your compensation reflects the true value of your damages.
If you’ve been injured in a bicycle accident caused by the negligence of another, you may be entitled to compensation for your damages. In the following video, Sean Phelan discusses the potential damages you may be able to recover as part of your personal injury lawsuit.
If you’ve been injured on the job, you may be able to file a workers’ compensation claim to recover the costs associated with your injury. In the following video, Chris Jensen discusses the situations in which you may be eligible to file for workers’ compensation benefits.
Each year, roughly 3,000 people are involved in motorcycle accidents in Arizona. These collisions occur for many different reasons. The infographic below highlights the most common types of motorcycle accidents in Arizona, as well as the most common types of fatal motorcycle accidents.