Traumatic brain injuries and concussions are among the most serious of injuries sustained in accidents. Victims of brain injury could fall into a coma or vegetative state. Their altered levels of consciousness could be permanent or fatal. Other brain injuries may be subtle and have delayed symptoms. Brain injuries can affect your sense of sight, smell, taste, and touch. Memory loss and inability to concentrate can also occur.
These symptoms may not surface until weeks or months after the injury took place. This could be due to bleeding in the brain or scarring that has formed. Family members may notice the change in personality or behavior but not make the immediate connection between the head injury and symptoms. This damage could be life-threatening. For these reasons, brain injury cases can be among the most difficult to prove. We have the experience, expertise, and financial resources to prove your case and hold the negligent parties responsible. We understand the law surrounding these cases and have handled a significant number of brain injury cases with large settlement amounts. Our job is to obtain the financial compensation and justice you deserve.
You need to feel confident in selecting an attorney who is right for you. We will speak with you, listen to your concerns, and relieve some of the uncertainty and stress you are under. Our free consultation is an opportunity for you to discuss your case with us and obtain reliable information and advice. We will inform you of your rights and advise you on what is the best course of action relative to your claim, even if you decide to not retain our services. It is important that you contact an attorney as soon as possible to prevent evidence from being lost, witnesses disappearing, and deadlines for filing lawsuits expiring. Contact us today, so we can answer your questions.