Is someone liable for your traumatic brain injuries?

| Oct 25, 2019 | Brain Injuries |

We see clients at all phases of their recovery from traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Regardless of the severity of their initial injuries, all face a long road to recovery. Some will sadly never fully return to the lives they once led prior to the accident that caused their brain injuries.

Whether your traumatic brain injuries were from a workplace accident, a slip-and-fall in a store or a catastrophic car accident, the consequences can be the same. Long months of speech, physical and/or occupational therapy where you may have to relearn how to walk, talk and perform all your activities of daily life (ADL) once again.

If that prospect sounds unappealing, consider, too, that you might never again be able to be gainfully employed. If your family loses you as the breadwinner, your circumstances can indeed be dire.

Holding the person(s) or entities who caused your accident liable for the damages that you suffered and the losses you face in the future can provide you with the financial assistance you need to rebound from this setback.

Not only can an insurance settlement or court judgment ease your dire financial circumstances, but it can also cover the exorbitant medical bills that are typically generated by those suffering from TBIs. We can also seek costs for future medical expenses that you might incur as a result of your disabling injuries.

Don’t wait too long after your traumatic brain injury to pursue compensation. Otherwise, your case could proscribe. That means that you won’t be able to seek recovery for your damages and other losses. Call us today to learn how we can help you get the compensation that you deserve.