Help For Victims Of Serious Personal Injuries
Serious injuries can take a major toll on all areas of your life. You may be struggling to make ends meet financially, especially if you can’t work and are faced with a mountain of medical bills. The emotional and psychological effects of an injury can also be extreme.
You deserve trusted legal guidance on your legal options for moving forward. The lawyers at The Gill Law Firm in Buckeye, Arizona, can help.
Work with a legal team that has a proven track record of success in the personal injury field. Our attorneys have secured millions of dollars on behalf of injury victims and their families across the Northland.
Types Of Cases We Handle
Medical malpractice suits, too, are personal injury cases involving harm caused by a doctor or dentist’s negligence. Our firm handles all of these cases with a high degree of skill, care and compassion.
You can trust that we know how to approach catastrophic injuries such as:
- Lost limbs (amputations)
- Broken bones
- Severe burns, often resulting in skin grafts
- Back and spine injuries, including paralysis
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs)
- Other serious injuries
You can also turn to us for compassionate guidance on wrongful death claims stemming from fatal injuries.
What Damages Are Available For A Serious Injury In Arizona?
Personal injury damages are categorized in two ways:
- Special damages are damages that can be specifically measured such as medical expenses, lost wages or property damages.
- General damages are less specific and include generalities such as pain and suffering and emotional anguish.
Compensation amounts for personal injury cases depend on the injury itself, and the affect it has on your life and well-being. Serious injuries from broken bones to brain injuries usually receive the highest settlements considering the extreme impact they can have on your livelihood. Personal injury claims may include both special and general damages due to loss of property, and loss of amenity or lifestyle prior to the accident.
How We Can Help You Prove Damages
Personal injury cases may require forensic accounting to prove damages. Forensic accountants research and consider a variety of scenarios and base their findings on the best estimate they can provide based on all available, objective data.
Pursuing damages can be a long and arduous process. However, the investment of time and resources are well worth it, considering the impact of the injuries and the lifelong toll it will take on your family. Additionally, because our firm offers contingency fee representation, you won’t pay anything unless (and until) we recover compensation for you.