The Skiver Law Firm, represents the legal rights and goals of injured victims of an auto accident or other personal injury accident or incident in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Central Arizona.
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Motor vehicle accidents often result in one or more of the following degrees and forms of injuries:
- Traumatic Injury: When people are involved in an auto accident, they may be subjected to injuries that are considered "traumatic injuries". Traumatic injuries are a degree of injury that leave the victim with short-term injuries that are repairable and heal over time. While the pain and suffering may still be substantial, traumatic injuries do not typically last for long-term periods of time or diminish the quality of life for the injury victim past the normal healing period for the specific injuries sustained.
- Serious Injury: When people are involved in an auto accident, they may be subjected to injuries that are considered "serious injuries". Serious injuries are a degree of injury that leave the victim with long-term physical, numerological, or psychological damage. This means the victim will have to live with this physical, numerological, or psychological condition or other directly resulting additional medical conditions for an extended period of time. Sometimes, Serious injuries or complications from those injuries have resulted in, or directly lead to the untimely loss of life of the victim as well.
- Catastrophic Injury: When people are involved in an auto accident, they may be subjected to injuries that are considered catastrophic. Catastrophic injuries are the highest degree of injury. Catastrophic injuries are types of injuries that leave the victim with permanent physical, numerological, or psychological damage.
- Brain Injury: There are currently 5.3 million Americans living with permanent disabilities resulting from a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). This alarming number does not include untimely deaths as a result of a brain injury. Many brain injuries are caused by careless conduct, or negligence of those behind the wheel of a car or other type of motor vehicle.
- Loss of Limb Injury: Being involved in an auto accident can be a stressful enough experience by itself. When the injuries sustained in an auto accident results in the victim losing a limb, the emotional and physical trauma can be extremely overwhelming.
- Paralysis Injury: Approximately 250,000 auto accidents occur on our Arizona roadways and highways each year. While many of these auto accidents result in only minor to moderate injuries, there are occasions which the injured is rendered paralyzed.
- Disability Injury: If an auto accident or motor vehicle accident victim is injured in a severe manner that the injured victim is deemed to be disabled, this is a significant factor in an auto accident injury liability claim. A victim that is rendered disabled as a result of an auto accident or other motor vehicle accident is considered to have a diminished quality of life. Even more significant is if the disability is considered permanent.
- Neck, Back, and Spinal Cord Injury: When you are injured in an auto accident, the law allows you to legally seek compensation for injuries, property damage, and other punitive damages in the form of a auto accident personal injury claim. Injured auto accident victims are sometimes subjected to injuries that involve neck, back, and spinal cord injuries.
If you require professional legal services regarding Auto Accident Personal Injury Liability issues, be proactive in protecting your legal rights by seeking the legal advice of an experienced Scottsdale and Central Arizona auto accident and injury attorney. Contact The Skiver Law Firm by calling 480-626-1667.