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Did you suffer from a traumatic brain injury?

You may be entitled to significant compensation.

Brain injuries, particularly from the hands of another, can be highly traumatizing, and the path to recovery can be lengthy and costly. Our injury attorneys have achieved an enviable record of success in helping brain trauma victims pursue allegations against reckless drivers, medical professionals, and freight businesses to obtain the compensation needed to cover their medical expenses and lost wages. Our network of lawyers is proud to include brain injury law among their many practice areas, helping those in need. Our attorneys understand that a brain injury affects the victim’s economic stability, but it can also affect their quality of life.

Suppose you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury due to another’s negligence. In that case, we can help you obtain compensation for your financial damages and any intangible losses, such as the loss of life enjoyment. To learn more about how we can assist with your case, For a free, thorough case analysis, get in touch with our brain injury attorneys right away. The brain-injured person must have suffered an injury to bring a lawsuit due to the other person’s negligence.

Duty of care: This refers to the legal obligation requiring a person to take reasonable action to avoid endangering others. For example, a physician must practice at a standard of care established by the medical community. Breach of duty: An individual or organization can be considered negligent when it violates its duty of care. For example, if a physician operated in an unacceptably manner according to the standards of the medical community, he or she may have violated his professional duties. Causation: The defendant’s neglect must be directly liable for any injuries or damages he caused.    

Damages: For the plaintiff to bring suit, the injury must have caused economic or noneconomic damages. Our attorneys’ skillful use of expert testimony has led us to our many multi-million-dollar settlements. Our brain injury attorneys partner with medical experts who assist in demonstrating causality, which is one of the most essential yet complex elements to show in successful liability claims. 

To demonstrate the connection between a defendant’s negligence and our client’s injuries, these experts review the medical records, concluding if the healthcare provider failed to meet the standards of care required of their profession. They will also collect evidence demonstrating failure, such as creating a computer simulation of the incident. Our expert testimony helps to explain to the jury – the jury does not have the medical knowledge to come to its conclusions – that there is a correlation between negligence by the at-fault party and the brain injuries suffered by our clients. While previous successes cannot guarantee a future result, our attorney’s ability to use expert witness testimony has resulted in numerous successful verdicts and settlements.

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What types of brain injury cases are handled by our attorneys? Car, Truck, & Motorcycle Accidents: In a brain injury case involving a motor vehicle accident, the defendant is typically a motorist who failed to operate their motor vehicle responsibly. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control, motor vehicle crashes are one of the leading causes of hospitalizations related to brain injuries in persons aged 15-44 years. Medical Malpractice/Birth Injuries: Medical negligence occurs when a physician, hospital, or other healthcare provider departs from the expected standard of care within the medical community, leading to harm to a patient.

Workplace Accident: When employees sustain brain injuries, they can seek compensation under workers’ compensation benefits. They may also recover more compensation if a third party was negligent in inflicting their injuries. Medical bills: In brain injury litigation, victims can seek damages for any medical bills related to their injuries. An individual might, for instance, bring a suit to obtain compensation for costs associated with physician visits, hospitalization, rehabilitation, and occupational therapy. Pain and suffering: Brain trauma victims may be entitled to seek monetary damages for prolonged physical or emotional pain, such as brain damage or amnesia.

Loss of Enjoyment of Life: In successful cases of brain trauma, the plaintiff may also be entitled to damages for their inability to engage in activities they once enjoyed. Lost Wages: Individuals suffering from a brain injury may lose significant work.

By filing a brain injury claim, victims can seek damages for any lost wages caused by brain trauma. Victims may also receive compensation for any impairments in future earning capacity. Wrongful Death: When brain injuries are fatal, The surviving family of a victim may bring a wrongful death claim. In such cases, a family can seek damages for any financial losses, such as funeral costs or lost wages, due to their loved ones’ death.

Members of the family can also file suit for their unique losses, including pain and suffering and the loss of companionship. For example, suppose you or a loved one has suffered brain injuries. In that case, our litigation attorneys can help you understand your legal options, and they may be able to assist in filing a lawsuit to obtain compensation for your losses. The statute of limitations allows prospective plaintiffs only to bring their case within a specific time, so do not hesitate to contact our office to get a free, no-obligation case assessment.

Call (888) 491-0444 today for a free consultation with an experienced brain injury lawyer.

The Law May Limit The Time You Have To File Traumatic Brain Injury Claim

Under the legal rule known as “the statute of limitations,” any claim stemming from a traumatic brain injury must be filed within a specific period of time, otherwise, the injured person’s legal claims are barred, and their right to bring suit is lost for all time.

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