Traumatic brain injuries can have far-reaching impacts in many different areas of your life. While prompt treatment is crucial to the recovery process, there is no guarantee that early detection and medical treatment will result in a full recovery. Your ability to recover will vary based on the specifics of your injury.
Brain injuries are often referred to as catastrophic injuries as they can have a profound impact on you and your family members. March is Brain Injury Awareness Month.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the most severe and permanent injuries you can face after an accident. Brain injuries are not always immediately evident either, which makes it all the more important to seek medical attention after a blow to the head.
Medical error or negligence is the third leading cause of death in the U.S. and an estimated 200,000 people are killed each year. Yet, up to 75 percent of these cases are never filed.
Filing a personal injury lawsuit can be a daunting process. Arizona law has specific rules and regulations you must follow in order to successfully receive damages for your injuries. The first step should always be to call a lawyer.