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Arizona Brain Injury Lawyer

Some of the most serious accidents end up causing very serious injuries. One of the worst types of injuries you can suffer is a traumatic brain injury. The only other injury that is more dangerous is a spinal cord injury. Keep in mind, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can still be life-changing. An Arizona brain injury lawyer knows how to handle these cases so they can get their clients’ as much money as possible.

People who sustain traumatic brain injuries usually require a lot of medical care. You’ll probably need surgery and physical therapy. This means you’ll be out of commission for a while. This is why it’s important that you retain an experienced brain injury attorney in Arizona. They know what it takes to prove your injuries. Attorney Nathaniel B. Preston at Warnock MacKinlay has years of experience with brain injury cases and has successfully recovered millions of dollars for clients.

Most traumatic brain injuries are caused by car accidents. Of course, some are caused by other sorts of accidents. However, the most common causes of a TBI include:

  • Head-on collision
  • Drunk driving
  • Tractor trailer accidents
  • Speeding
  • Motorcycle accidents

The more intense the impact, the greater the chance of sustaining a TBI. This doesn’t mean you can’t suffer a TBI from a minor accident. It just isn’t as likely. If you or a loved one have suffered a brain injury in Arizona, call our offices today at (602)600-6427 for a risk-free case review with one of our experts.

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury?

Traumatic brain injuries happen when you suffer a severe blow to the head. This can be from the impact on a car windshield. It can also come if you’re ejected from the car.

Some of the signs and symptoms of a TBI are:

  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Ringing in the ear
  • Blurred vision
  • Memory loss
  • Vertigo
  • Inability to speak
  • Fatigue or inability to sleep

When people get into a car crash, they tend to think they’re fine. Sometimes, it takes hours or days for your symptoms to settle in. That’s why you need to seek medical attention immediately. You have no idea how bad your injuries may be. The doctors can run the tests necessary to check to see if you’ve sustained a brain injury.

If you don’t go to the hospital, you could get much worse or even die. Traumatic brain injuries, if left untreated, can be fatal. They can also lead to lifelong medical issues. The quicker you get treatment, the better off you’ll be.

Your Arizona brain injury lawyer will also need proof of your injuries for your lawsuit. If the insurance company won’t settle your claim, you’ll have to prove your injuries in court. This is hard, if not impossible to do, without medical records.

This image shows a woman being treated by paramedics after a suffering a brain injury.
Signs of traumatic brain injury may not always show up immediately after an accident. When they do, seek medical attention and professional representation

An Arizona Brain Injury Attorney Can Help

The good news is that experienced Arizona brain injury lawyers know how to handle your case. They know how to prove your injuries. They also know how much damages you’re entitled to. They’ll negotiate with the defendant’s insurance company to try to settle your claim. If they’re unable to do so, they will file a lawsuit on your behalf.

Proving a brain injury isn’t easy. Even if your lawyer can prove that you have a brain injury, they also have to prove your accident caused the injury. This means they’ll have to show that you didn’t have the injury prior to getting into the accident.

The defendant’s lawyer is going to try to prove that something other than their defendant’s behavior caused your injuries. Or, they’ll claim you weren’t injured at all. This is when your lawyer comes into play. Your lawyer has the experience to know how to prove causation. They’ll fight to get you the money you deserve.

When you first meet with your attorney, you’ll want to bring certain information with you. This is the information your Arizona brain injury lawyer will use to prove your case. Remember to bring the following items with you to your free initial consultation:

  • Copy of accident or police report
  • Pictures of the scene
  • Contact information for eyewitnesses
  • Name and insurance info for the other driver
  • Medical documentation from hospital
  • Tax returns to show income
  • Any other relevant information

Your lawyer will review all of this information and decide the best way to proceed with your case. He may call the insurance adjuster and try to settle your case. If this doesn’t work, he’ll file a personal injury lawsuit on your behalf. He’ll name all possible parties responsible for your injuries.

Your Arizona Injury Attorney Will Demand Damages

If you suffer a brain injury, you may be entitled to certain damages. Your Arizona brain injury lawyer will demand that you be compensated for these damages. Depending on how you were injured your attorney will demand the following

  • Medical bills – past, present, and future
  • Lost wages
  • Personal property damage
  • Future loss of income
  • Permanent disability
  • Pain and suffering

Proving economic damages isn’t very difficult. Your lawyer will present documentation to show how much your medical bills were. He can also provide proof of lost wages. When it comes to pain and suffering, however, it’s a bit more complicated. Here are some of the factors that affect pain and suffering:

  • Lack of social interaction
  • Anxiety and fear related to the accident
  • Depression over how the TBI affects your life
  • Loss of family support
  • Loss of consortium
  • The amount of pain you are in and will be in for the rest of your life.

With so much at stake, you can see why you don’t want to handle your case yourself. You’re better off relying on an experienced brain injury lawyer.

Contact an Experienced Brain Injury Lawyer in Arizona Today

If you or a family member have suffered a brain injury, you need to contact Nathaniel B. Preston at Warnock MacKinlay Law. You need to focus on getting better while your lawyer handles the legal side of things. The defendant will have a team of lawyers working for him and you should too.

Call (602)600-6427 and schedule your initial consultation with an experienced brain injury lawyer in Arizona today. The consultation is free and you pay nothing until you win your case.

Nathaniel Preston
Nathaniel Preston

Arizona personal injury attorney Nathaniel B. Preston (“Nate”) has helped clients recover millions of dollars for injury and wrongful death claims.

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Jay MacKinlay
Jay MacKinlay

Jay is an attorney in the civil litigation department. He has been practicing law in Arizona since 1997 and has participated in hundreds of court proceedings.

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Eric Robinson
Eric Robinson

Eric has represented injured victims exclusively since becoming licensed in Arizona in 2012. His focus is on the litigation of claims.

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Richard Lundin
Richard Lundin

Richard represents people in auto accidents and personal injury cases in both state and federal courts.

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Quinton Riches
Quinton Riches

During his short tenure at Warnock MacKinlay Law, Quinton has already recovered millions of dollars for his clients.

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James D. Spark
James D. Spark

James has extensive experience in representing victims seriously injured in automobile or motorcycle accidents, dog bite and slip and fall accidents.

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Michael Grubbs
Michael Grubbs

Michael is a trial lawyer at Warnock MacKinlay handling both pre-suit and litigation cases including car accident, wrongful death, and nursing home abuse.

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Christian Pedersen
Christian Pedersen

Christian is licensed to practice law in both Arizona and California and has handled hundreds of personal injury cases.

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