Traumatic Brain Injury
Our firm has represented numerous individuals and loved ones of those who've suffered traumatic brain injuries. Our attorneys have handled numerous brain injury cases and understand the profound consequences a brain injury can have on individuals and their families. We have successfully handled brain injury cases resulting from car accidents, truck collisions, railroad grade crossing collisions, toxic exposure, lead paint, bacteria induced meningitis, and medication errors that resulted in hypoxic/anoxic brain injury (loss of oxygen to the brain). We have worked closely with family members and medical providers and retained experts to make sure brain injury clients are fully compensated so the best recovery and future care can be provided.
Unlike other serious injuries, traumatic brain injuries can rarely be seen with the naked eye. To effectively handle a brain injury, case lawyers need to fully understand the mechanism, the long-term consequences, and the recovery and treatment of traumatic brain injuries. While certain general principles apply to brain injury cases, every case is different. It is important for any lawyer handling a brain injury case to get to know their client. A real understanding of the consequences of traumatic brain injury only comes through the stories of the people who have known the victim before and after the head injury.
We personally handle all of our brain injury cases. If you are a loved one has suffered a brain injury and you would like to discuss what legal options are available contact us today. There are no fees associated with an initial consultation. We handle brain injury cases on a contingency fee basis, there is no fee unless you successfully conclude your case.
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) occurs as a result of trauma to the head causing damage to the brain. When the skull and brain are subjected to excessive or violent force, resulting injuries may range from mild to severe. Even brain injuries categorized as mild sometimes have serious lifelong consequences.
The leading causes of brain injuries in the United States are vehicle collisions. Over fifty percent of TBI's are the result of collisions involving automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, and pedestrians. For those 75 and older, falls cause the majority of TBIs.
Can we help?
If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury, even a mild one, you may no longer be able to do everything you used to do. TBIs can affect your memory and cause emotional upsets, confusion and difficulty thinking straight.
Our attorneys understand the challenges faced by people with brain injuries.
We will help you find the care you need. After establishing the full extent of your damages, we will aggressively pursue full and fair monetary compensation. We have achieved many successful outcomes for clients in complex brain injury cases.