Prescott Catastrophic Injury Attorney

After a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury or other type of catastrophic injury, taking legal action may be the last thing on your mind. However, if the accident was caused by another’s carelessness, you may be eligible to seek compensation for physical, financial and emotional damages.

The experienced attorneys at Phillips Law Group have decades of experience helping tens of thousands of injury victims obtain compensation. This includes millions in compensation for victims of catastrophic injuries, including $7.65 million for a motorcycle crash victim who suffered a traumatic brain injury and $4 million for an auto accident victim who suffered paralysis.

Our founding partner Jeff Phillips is a Leaders Forum member of the American Association for Justice and a premiere member of the American Academy of Trial Attorneys.

We welcome the opportunity to discuss your claim during a free and confidential consultation. We work on a contingency fee basis, so there are no upfront costs or attorneys’ fees. We only get paid if we help you obtain compensation.

Have questions? Call our firm at 1-800-706-3000 or fill out a Free Case Evaluation form

Am I Eligible to File a Catastrophic Injury Case?

Determining if you are eligible to pursue compensation is difficult without knowing the specifics of your claim. When you contact our firm for your free consultation, you can discuss what happened with one of our licensed attorneys and whether you may be able to file a claim for compensation.

Generally, accident victims and their attorneys must prove the four elements of negligence to have a valid claim for compensation. These elements include: 

Duty of Care 

The at-fault party had a legal obligation to act in a reasonable manner to prevent harm to you and others. For example, a driver has an obligation to properly follow traffic signs and signals to keep others on the road safe. 

Breach of Duty of Care

The at-fault party failed to uphold his or her legal obligation by acting in a negligent or careless manner. Generally, another person in a similar situation would have acted differently to prevent harm to others. An example of the breach of duty of care could be running a red light or driving under the influence of alcohol.

Causation 

The breach of duty of care must be the reason you suffered an injury. Your attorney must provide evidence establishing a direct connection between your injury and the at-fault party’s negligence.  

Damages

The breach of duty of care must have resulted in an injury that created damages. These could include monetary losses like medical bills, lost wages or emotional/psychological damage, like pain and suffering. 

If our lawyers can prove the four elements of negligence were present in your accident, you may have a valid case. 

If you have any questions about whether you may have a case, our firm offers a free consultation with a Prescott catastrophic injury lawyer.

Contact us by phone or fill out the free online form at the top right-hand corner of this page.

Call Phillips Law Group at 1-800-706-3000.  

What is the Value of My Case?

Each catastrophic case is different, and the value of a potential case may vary based on the severity of the injuries, the circumstances that caused the accident, and how the injuries affect the victim, financially, emotionally and physically. 

If you have a case, you may be eligible to seek economic and noneconomic damages. 

Economic Damages

These are the financial losses you experienced as a result of the accident. These damages may be ongoing depending on the severity of your injury. They may include: 

  • Past, current and future medical expenses
  • Medical assistive equipment
  • Prescriptions for pain and other problems caused by your injury 
  • Cost of emergency care
  • Ambulance ride
  • Lost wages from the inability to work 
  • Loss of earning capacity 
  • Physical therapy 
  • Rehabilitation costs
  • Funeral and burial costs 

Noneconomic Damages

These types of losses are the emotional and psychological trauma you experienced in the aftermath of the accident: 

  • Pain and suffering 
  • Mental anguish 
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Disability 
  • Disfigurement 
  • Severe scarring
  • Loss of companionship
  • Loss of enjoyment of life 

At Phillips Law Group, we understand how devastating a catastrophic injury can be to your physical, financial and emotional well-being. We know the damages can last for the rest of your life.

We are committed to pursuing the full value of your damages, if we find you have a valid case and you hire us to represent you. We manage the entire legal process on behalf of our clients. This includes conducting a thorough investigation to gather strong evidence. We can communicate with insurance companies to protect the value of the claim.

Our Prescott catastrophic injury lawyers also understand that, although many cases settle, sometimes a settlement is not possible. We are prepared to go to trial to achieve the justice and compensation our clients deserve.

We are here to help Arizona injury victims.

What are the Common Causes of Catastrophic Injuries?

Catastrophic injuries result from many different situations and circumstances. Some common types of catastrophic injury accidents include:

  • Truck accidents
  • Car accidents
  • Surgical accidents
  • Dog attacks
  • Infections
  • Falling from scaffolding
  • Injuries caused by heavy machinery
  • Nursing home abuse and negligence

If you or a loved one is a victim of a catastrophic accident caused by the negligence of another person or entity, you may be eligible to pursue financial compensation.

Contact our firm for a free legal consultation at 1-800-706-3000.

Types of Injuries from Catastrophic Accidents

The accidents mentioned above can cause many severe injuries that can change the course of a victim’s life. Some common catastrophic injuries include:

  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Brain damage
  • Severe burn injuries
  • Disfigurement
  • Internal injuries
  • Loss of hearing
  • Blindness
  • Amputations

These injuries can make everyday life very difficult. Victims may need daily assistance to complete tasks they once took for granted. Caregivers may need to be hired and friends and family members may need to rearrange their lives to help accommodate the victim’s physical challenges.

Call a Prescott Catastrophic Injury Lawyer Today

At Phillips Law Group, we have been representing Arizona injury victims for more than 27 years and have a proven record of recovering compensation to help them in their recovery. We understand the many challenges faced by catastrophic injury victims and are dedicated to building strong cases against those responsible for their injuries.

Founding partner Jeffrey Phillips has obtained verdicts in several Arizona counties, including Yavapai, Pima, Pinal and Maricopa County.

Our firm can be contacted 24 hours a day, seven days a week by phone, live chat or online contact form. We do not charge for our services unless we are successful in getting you the compensation you need. 

Need help? Call our firm at 1-800-706-3000 or fill out our Free online form

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