Children’s Injuries Lawyer Phoenix, AZ
Providing Dedicated Legal Counsel for Injured Children
When your child is in day care or at school, you expect the best care possible. In an instant, children are susceptible to serious injuries when adults fail to supervise, neglect to pay attention or fail to follow through with their jobs.
Phoenix child injury lawyer Paul Englander has practiced exclusively in personal injury and wrongful death for more than 40 years. At the Law Office of Paul Englander, PLC, we are compassionate, yet aggressive as we represent families whose children suffer serious injuries caused by someone else’s negligence. Contact our Arizona law firm to schedule a free initial consultation with a caring lawyer.
The Experience to Handle Personal Injury Cases Involving Children
Personal injury cases involving injuries to children are complicated and emotionally sensitive. They often involve negligence by people we trust to keep our kids safe — drivers, day care providers and even other parents.
It takes an insightful and experienced personal injury attorney to handle a case involving an injured child. Attorney Paul Englander is certified as a specialist in injury and wrongful death litigation by the State Bar of Arizona Board of Legal Specialization. Only 1 percent of all Arizona lawyers have earned this designation.
Attorney Englander will carefully review all of the evidence to determine if negligence caused the injuries and if safety measures should have been taken.
Seeking Maximum, Just Compensation for Your Injured Child
Childhood injuries can be serious and permanent, and are often preventable. We will aggressively seek maximum compensation for medical bills, future medical or physical therapy needs, any necessary psychological counseling and any other costs you have incurred as a result of the injury to your child. We can help your child recover from any type of playground injury, day care injury or other type of harm, including:
- Scars and disfigurement
- Broken bones
- Neck and back injuries
- Head and traumatic brain injuries
- Dog bites
Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injuries
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a serious public health concern that can result in disability for thousands of people each year. TBI is a disruption in the normal function of the brain that can be caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head, or a penetrating head injury, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Everyone is at risk for a TBI, especially children and older adults. Most TBIs are mild and are commonly caused by falls and motor vehicle accidents involving cars, trucks, motorcycles and pedestrians. A mild TBI is commonly referred to as a concussion. Symptoms of TBI typically fit into the following categories:
- Thinking/remembering: difficulty thinking clearly, feeling slowed down, difficulty concentrating, difficulty remembering new information
- Physical: headache, fuzzy or blurry vision, nausea or vomiting, dizziness, sensitivity to light or noise, balance problems, feeling tired, having no energy
- Emotional/mood: irritability, sadness, more emotional, nervousness or anxiety
- Sleep: sleeping more or less than usual, trouble falling asleep
Signs of TBI may appear right away, or days or months after the injury. Victims may not notice changes until they resume their everyday life. Sometimes people do not recognize or want to admit that they are having problems. People who suffer concussions may look fine even though they are acting or feeling differently. After a collision, a personal injury lawyer can assess fault, investigate insurance coverage and evaluate claims for serious injuries and damages.
Schedule a Free Initial Consultation Today
The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can begin to gather evidence and build your case. Talk to us now, while your child’s memory of the event and the memory of any witnesses involved is still fresh.
Contact our Arizona child injury law firm today to schedule a free, confidential consultation. Home and hospital visits are available, as well as weekend and evening appointments. To reach us by phone, please call 602-266-7986.