Brain Injuries

Helping Victims of Brain Injuries in Arizona

Some head injuries, particularly concussions, can go undetected. Without proper care and treatment, any brain injury can lead to serious complications and permanent damage. If you or a loved one has suffered a concussive injury or brain injury, seek medical help immediately.

If the brain injury was the result of an accident or medical malpractice, turn to the Erlichman Law Firm. For more than 30 years, Phoenix brain injury lawyer Joseph Erlichman has focused his practice on helping injured victims seek compensation for their medical expenses, lost wages as well as their pain and suffering.

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Types of Brain Injuries

You do not need to crack your skull open to suffer a serious brain injury. At our firm, we have helped clients who have suffered a wide range of different head injuries, including:

  • Post-concussive and concussion injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
  • Closed head injuries
  • Anoxia and hypoxia

If you or a loved one suspects they have suffered a brain injury, it is important to seek experienced medical help immediately. A neurologist, neurosurgeon or other medical professional may be able to prevent further injury and help you begin your recovery.

Helping Injured Victims of Brain Injuries

At our firm, we help clients who have brain injuries stemming from a wide variety of accidents. We have helped people with concussive injuries from sports, clients with TBI from a car accident and small children who have suffered birth injuries because of medical malpractice. We can help you understand your options, investigate the cause of your injuries and get the compensation you need to recover and care for your loved ones.

Free Initial Consultation With a Scottsdale Brain Damage Lawyer

To learn more about how we can assist you with your personal injury claim, please call 602-224-0062 or e-mail the firm.

Attorney fees are deducted from the recovered compensation after reimbursement of costs and expenses. In the event that no compensation is recovered, clients may be responsible for some court costs and expenses.