Over one half of all traumatic brain injuries in the United States are the result of an automobile accident. Types of brain injuries can include concussion, loss of consciousness, and post-traumatic amnesia. Edema occurs when the brain swells, leading to a rise in intracranial pressure. A traumatic brain injury can have lasting effects on a person’s quality of life and ability to work.
All too often, traumatic brain injuries are misdiagnosed, extending recovery time and limiting the compensation a victim receives. Victims of head injuries and their families can make a personal injury claim and seek compensation from the at fault party in an accident.
Click "Contact Us” below to tell us a little about your injuries and the circumstances of your accident, and one of our experienced head injury attorneys will personally call you. We can help you obtain compensation to pay for things such as nursing care, loss of income, medical bills, and loss of benefits. Click the “Learn More” button to learn about us, the types of injuries we handle, and to see past results.