Violent Injury & Assault Victims
Assault Victims due to Acts of Violence
Acts of assault or violence are often committed with deadly weapons such as knives, guns, blunt objects or even cars. Assault victim injuries from these types of criminal acts can lead to death, permanent disfigurement, brain damage, and irreversible spinal cord damage. Also, it’s important to recognize that emotional trauma occurs to most victims in these types of cases as well.
Over the years, Traumatic Brain Injury has become a hot topic for debate. Many athletes suffer from TBI at some point in their careers. However, unlike professional athletes, most people cannot afford to get the proper care. Luckily, Cantor Injury Lawyers prides itself in giving free consultations to our clients. If you are suffering from Traumatic Brain Injury, do not wait any longer to meet with our professionals. It’s important to realize that the symptoms of TBI may not show up for weeks or months after an injury.
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If you or someone you know is suffering from a brain injury, it’s imperative that you receive the proper care before it’s too late. The experts at the National Center of Injury Prevention have put together a list of the most common symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury.
- Nauseous or Upset Stomach
- Trouble Remembering Things
- Mood Changes
- Loss of Senses
In most cases, paralysis and spinal injuries will occur during a violent attack. The human nervous system is made up of two different types of motor neurons. The motor neurons send signals from our brains to our muscles in order to activate them. The upper and lower neurons are responsible for controlling different muscles. When the spinal cord or brain is damaged from a violent act of assault, the upper and lower neurons may become damaged and not function correctly. In worst case scenarios, quadriplegia and paraplegia will occur. Serious spinal or brain injury can lead to the loss of all bodily functions. These types of injuries are very difficult to cope with. However, the assault victim attorneys of the Cantor team are trained professionals who deal with these types of injuries on a regular basis.
Dealing with paralysis is incredibly hard for many people, but Cantor Injury Lawyers will fight for your rights in the court of law. We may not be able to turn back the hands of time, but we can win you a large settlement. Our attorneys will attempt to right the wrong, and make the responsible parties pay. A positive result in court will allow you to pay for medical treatment that you may or may not need. You deserve to receive compensation for the physical and mental pain that you have gone through.
You need to have someone on your side that will fight and take an aggressive stance for your well-being.
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The cost of medical procedures are expensive in this day and age. Other debilitating injuries that we often see which are linked to violent acts of assault are:
- Loss of Vision
- Speech or Hearing Impairment
- Fractured Bones
- Deep Scarring
- Inability To Reproduce
The violent acts committed against you and the physical pain and emotional stress you have gone through should be met with significant compensation. The offices of Cantor Injury Lawyers are here to help you. Give our offices a call at (602) 254-2701 or fill out our Online Consultation Schedule Form and we will provide you with a free case evaluation.