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Will I need expert witnesses for my Arizona brain injury case?

Posted by attorney Christopher Zachar

traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries face large medical bills and special accommodations for their injuries. Most spinal cord trauma results in permanent disability or paralysis. Accommodations for a wheel chair and other handicapped accessible modifications will need to be made. Pressure sores are common secondary problems that people with spinal cord injuries face. Traumatic brain injuries often result in fatigue, sleep disturbances, mood swings, and anomia (more commonly known as having a word on the “tip of the tongue"). These major changes to a person’s life are frustrating, expensive, and painful. We strive to ensure our injured clients are appropriately compensated for injuries sustained.

if you feel you've been a victim in an auto accident, please contact Zachar Law Firm at 602.494.4800 to schedule a free no obligation consultation. You may also live chat with our support staff 24/7 at Protect your rights.

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