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Seizures as a Personal Injury

A seizure can occur virtually anywhere and at any moment. You or a loved one can be the victim of this unexpected occurrence, and can experience the life changing consequences because of it.



    PHOENIX, AZ, November 18, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ -- A seizure can occur virtually anywhere and at any moment. You or a loved one can be the victim of this unexpected occurrence, and can experience the life changing consequences because of it. When you or a loved one experiences a seizure it can be traumatic and emotionally difficult to deal with. If the seizure was the direct result of another's negligence, you may be eligible for compensation for your injuries. Contacting an Arizona personal injury attorney can help you find the right course of action and can help establish if another person was responsible for you or a loved one's seizure. A seizure can result in thousands of dollars in medical care, and the aftermath can also cost you a considerable amount of money in physical therapy or other treatments that may be necessary. In the Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, Scottsdale and surrounding areas many individuals have been stuck with the consequences of a seizure when they were not the ones at fault. Do not let the responsible parties get away with this negligence.

There are a variety of scenarios that can cause a seizure to occur. In some cases the seizure was not reacted to properly or was the result of a neglected hazard causing a head injury. These scenarios can be the fault of a manufacturer, employer, supervisor, a company or store owner, and even a physician. Some examples of the type of scenarios that can cause a seizure include:

Types of Trauma

Car accident
Bicycle accident
• Slip and fall
Construction site accident
• Motorcycle accident
• Assault
• Physical Abuse

When a seizure occurs there are many things you should note in order to help establish the possible causes and severity of your case. Some examples include:

Things to note after a seizure

• How long the seizure lasted
• What the victim was doing at the time of the seizure
• How the people around the victim responded
• What body parts were affected and hurt
• the possible causes of the seizure
• how the person behaved after the seizure
• note the list of witnesses to the seizure and if possible collect contact information

The aftermath of a seizure can range in severity and the length of time it takes to recover. In a few cases the consequences can take years to recover, in other cases only a few weeks. No matter the amount of time, the effects of your seizure can have an impact on your time away from work and your financial situation. Some examples of what can occur in the aftermath of a seizure include:

The Aftermath of a Seizure

• Brain damage
• Head trauma
• Spinal cord injury
• Broken bones/ fractures/ bruising
• Neck injury

Contact an Arizona Personal Injury Attorney

In the United States, 300,000 people have their first seizure in a year. Many of these cases are the fault of the victim and are caused by a head injury or the negligence of another people. If you suspect that there has been obvious neglect from another person that could have caused the seizure, then you should contact an Arizona Personal Injury Attorney. A seizure can occur virtually anywhere and at any moment. You or a loved one can be the victim of this unexpected occurrence, and can experience the life changing consequences because of it. When you or a loved one experiences a seizure it can be traumatic and emotionally difficult to deal with. If the seizure was the direct result of another's negligence, you may be eligible for compensation for your injuries. Contacting an Arizona personal injury attorney can help you find the right course of action and can help establish if another person was responsible for you or a loved one's seizure. A seizure can result in thousands of dollars in medical care, and the aftermath can also cost you a considerable amount of money in physical therapy or other treatments that may be necessary. In the Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, Scottsdale and surrounding areas many individuals have been stuck with the consequences of a seizure when they were not the ones at fault. Do not let the responsible parties get away with this negligence.

There are a variety of scenarios that can cause a seizure to occur. In some cases the seizure was not reacted to properly or was the result of a neglected hazard causing a head injury. These scenarios can be the fault of a manufacturer, employer, supervisor, a company or store owner, and even a physician. Some examples of the type of scenarios that can cause a seizure include:

Types of Trauma

• Car accident
• Bicycle accident
• Slip and fall
• Construction site accident
• Motorcycle accident
• Assault
• Physical Abuse

When a seizure occurs there are many things you should note in order to help establish the possible causes and severity of your case. Some examples include:

Things to note after a seizure

• How long the seizure lasted
• What the victim was doing at the time of the seizure
• How the people around the victim responded
• What body parts were affected and hurt
• the possible causes of the seizure
• how the person behaved after the seizure
• note the list of witnesses to the seizure and if possible collect contact information

The aftermath of a seizure can range in severity and the length of time it takes to recover. In a few cases the consequences can take years to recover, in other cases only a few weeks. No matter the amount of time, the effects of your seizure can have an impact on your time away from work and your financial situation. Some examples of what can occur in the aftermath of a seizure include:

The Aftermath of a Seizure

• Brain damage
• Head trauma
• Spinal cord injury
• Broken bones/ fractures/ bruising
• Neck injury

Contact an Arizona Personal Injury Attorney

In the United States, 300,000 people have their first seizure in a year. Many of these cases are the fault of the victim and are caused by a head injury or the negligence of another people. If you suspect that there has been obvious neglect from another person that could have caused the seizure, then you should contact an Arizona personal injury lawyer to discuss your options. It is important to contact a professional as soon as possible, the longer you wait the harder it will be to develop a strong case against those responsible. For more information: www.solomonrelihan.com

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Solomon & Relihan
Phoenix, AZ
USA
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