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Brain Injury Accidents

Accidents that cause serious brain injury can lead to a lifetime of assistive care. Our attorneys represent victims in cases that involve serious head injuries, helping them recover the compensation necessary to deal with high medical costs.personal injury lawyers

Causes of Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) refers to head injuries that occur when an external force causes a blow, jolt or penetration to the skull. When the force causes brain tissue to tear, bruise or bleed, the damage to the brain can be serious and long-term ― or even lead to death.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the leading causes of TBI are falls (35.2 percent), motor vehicle or traffic accidents (17.3 percent), colliding with an object (16.5 percent), and assaults (10 percent).

A brain injury lawyer can determine the underlying cause and evaluate the extent of your injury. Whether a car accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident or some other cause, our attorneys bring decades of experience to every case we handle and are recognized for our success in the field of personal injury.

Head Injury Symptoms

Getting medical treatment early on may be vital for your recovery from TBI. It is helpful for you and your loved ones to know the symptoms, so you can recognize the possibility of brain injury. Common symptoms include:

Loss of consciousness
Confusion
Slurred speech
Blurred vision
Weakness or numbness in fingers and toes
Coordination loss
Persistent headaches
Vomiting or nausea
Pupil dilation
Seizures or convulsions
Agitated behavior
Trouble awakening from sleep
Trouble sleeping
Clear drainage in nose or ears

Over the span of a lifetime, dealing with medical treatment for a serious brain injury can run into millions of dollars.

Contact our reputable and well-known law firm.

Having a competent law firm can make a considerable difference in the outcome of your case. We offer a free consultation to discuss your brain injury and how we can help you recover compensation. We take all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you owe no fees unless we recover on your behalf. Please contact our office to arrange a consultation.

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