a full service legal team DEDICATED to personal injury
we earned the trust of thousands by doing everything we can to get what they deserve
Even “mild” traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are considered catastrophic injuries in most cases because they have the potential to change the victim’s life forever. Our attorneys can sit down with you to discuss how your life has changed because of your brain injury or that of a loved one. We can also work with medical professionals when building your case to get an expert’s testimony about the extent of your brain injury and its many consequences.
Brain injuries often cause the following, sometimes in an instant:
Damage to the brain can cause a variety of different mental disabilities and cognitive impairments. For example, it is common for TBI survivors to have memory loss, new speech impediments, and other conditions.
You might lose different physical abilities due to brain damage, depending on where that damage occurs. Many TBI survivors struggle with coordination and balance, and others even lose their basic senses.
The aftermath of a TBI can leave you reeling emotionally. It might even make you more susceptible to mental health difficulties. The outcome could be anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and so on.
How did your brain injury happen? We can investigate your accident to pinpoint the cause and which party is owed liability for it. For example, if you were hit by a reckless driver, then we can investigate the crash to find out what the other driver did exactly. The goal is to make sure that your liability stays as low as possible, so you can have a chance to get the most compensation possible.
Common causes of traumatic brain injuries include: