Why Do You Need an Attorney If You Have Suffered a Brain Injury?
Serious brain injuries also known as Traumatic Brain Injuries ("TBI") - can change your life forever. People who have suffered TBI will need medical care and treatment for rest of their life.
With help of a brain injury lawyer, you can get money to pay for:
- Past and future medical care and treatment
- Loss of earnings
- Loss of earning capacity
- And other expenses or losses
Because You Need Experts on Your Side
Insurance companies hire career experts who claim that you did not get hurt or that your injury is not permanent.
Without help of an attorney who has experience and a proven track record of success in litigating brain injury cases, you are diminishing the true value of your case.
Because Brain Injury Cases are Complex
Brain injury cases are very complex and require detailed preparation including medical examination, scientific testing and expert testimony. You need a brain injury attorney who has a team of experts that can work on your case and help you get money for your injuries.
Because You Owe it to Yourself
The cost of treating brain injuries is enormous especially if you need medical care for the rest of your life. You owe it to yourself to hire an attorney who can get you the most money for your injuries.
If you have sustained a serious brain injury, the last thing you want to do is worry about the cost of medical care. Our attorneys can help.
We work with highly skilled experts in the field of neurology, neuropsychology, cognitive rehabilitation and psychiatry to fully evaluate the extent of your brain injuries and use experts to opine on the diagnosis, causation, prognosis and cost of medical care and treatment.
Do You Have a Case?
Our attorneys can help you determine how much you can get for your traumatic brain injury. Whether the brain injury resulted in a mild concussion or a permanent disability, our attorneys will litigate your case against all of the individuals and/or corporations that are responsible for your injury.
Our attorneys will help you:
- Prove that defendant was negligent and caused your serious brain injury.
- Secure expert opinions from a team of brain injury experts regarding your medical condition and cost of your future medical treatment.
We have helped many clients get money for their serious brain injuries. If you have a question about your brain injury case, we can answer them for you.
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What is a Traumatic Brain Injury?
Traumatic Brain Injuries are head injuries resulting from trauma to the head. They are also referred to as "closed head" injuries or, in rare cases, "open head" injuries. Most TBIs are caused by auto accidents involving cars, motorcycles and pedestrians. The rest are typically attributed to injuries to the head due to a slip and fall accident or an injury sustained while engaging in some form of a recreational activity such as sports.
- Cognitive defects such as memory loss or inability to concentrate or think
- Loss of motor skills or paralysis
- Sensory processing such as loss of smell or hearing
- Speech disorders
- Constant ringing in the ear
- Blindness or blurred vision
- Neurological disorders such as Parkinson's disease or dementia
- Behavioral Disorder such as depression, anxiety, personality changes
- Coma or epilepsy
Closed Brain Injury
The term "closed head" refers to a trauma to the head by an object that does not penetrate the skull. Symptoms range from mild lightheartedness to severe brain damage. Appearance of symptoms also varies in time; some appear immediately while others take days or weeks to surface.
Penetrating Brain Injury
This type of injury is often referred to as "open head" injury because the skull bone is penetrated upon impact. Penetrating brain injuries are quite obvious compared to closed.
No Fees Unless We Get You Money
We understand that sustaining a brain injury is a life altering event and the last thing you should be worrying about is attorney's fees. This is why we do not collect any fee unless we get money for our clients.
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TBI and Auto Accidents
TBI can result from a car accident. In a recent study conducted by National Association of State Head Injury Administrators (NASHIA), seventeen percent (17%) of all TBI cases resulted from some type of a motor vehicles accident. TBI can occur if the vehicle's occupant hits his or her head on the windshield or steering wheel during an accident.
Unfortunately, people who sustain TBI underestimate the severity of the injury and often delay seeking medical help.
Interestingly, twenty to twenty-four year olds have the highest rate of TBI in motor vehicle deaths. And elderly Americans are the second highest group of people who are more susceptible in experiencing TBI even from a minor fall. They also have the highest rate of hospitalization due to some form of TBI.
If you or your loved one has suffered a minor concussion or has a permanent disability due to serious brain injury, our experienced traumatic brain injury attorneys who have a proven track record of success can help you obtain the compensation you and your loved ones are entitled to.
TBI from Slipping and Falling
Traumatic brain injuries resulting from slipping and falling typically occur while playing sports. Young people and small children are most affected by TBI. Football, bicycling, soccer and basketball are common sports where falling and head injuries are common.
How to Prevent Traumatic Brain Injuries
By taking the following simple safety steps, you can significantly reduce your chances of getting a traumatic brain injury.
- Protect your head by wearing appropriate headwear. Use helmets when riding motorcycles, playing sports or cycling.
- Wear seat belts even if you are sitting in the back of a car. Seat belts along with headrests help your head from moving violently during an accident.
- Stay focused and always be aware of your surroundings. Put away your cell phones and other electronic devices while driving. Texting while driving is same as driving with a blindfold. For additional useful tips, visit Distraction.gov.
- Learn how to properly buckle in your child in a child safety seat. Unfortunately, there are far too many people who do not know how to properly secure a child seat. For additional useful tips, visit Safekids.org.
At the law offices of Fisher & Talwar, our Los Angeles brain injury lawyers have handled all types of brain injury cases. We believe that anyone who has been injured due to negligence should have access to the best Los Angeles brain injury lawyers who specialize in personal injury law.
Need help? Have a question? Give us a call at your convenience, it's FREE. We will answer your questions and set you on a path to financial recovery.
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