Traumatic brain injuries don’t just impact your physical health and ability to function. They also have a dramatic effect on what your day-to-day life looks like. Even once you are out of the hospital, you may need ongoing appointments, specialized medical equipment and additional time off work — or even a total career change.
Unfortunately, it’s quite common for the other party in one of these accidents to be less than cooperative. Insurance companies in particular can be incredibly difficult to deal with and may even try to get you to believe that you were the person at fault. It’s important to understand that these companies have dedicated legal teams on retainer specifically for these situations.
When you have suffered a traumatic injury after an accident, you already have so much to deal with. The recovery, financial aspect of taking time or work and the mounting medical bills add a tremendous amount of stress. It’s normal for both you and your family to feel overwhelmed at the idea of filing a lawsuit against the at-fault party.
This is where a personal injury attorney can help. With more than 25 years experience handling personal injury cases involving traumatic brain injuries, I understand how stressful and difficult this situation can be. I bring my experience and resources to your case, so you can focus on resting, recovering, and adjusting to life after your accident. If you or a loved one have suffered a traumatic brain injury because of another person’s negligence, I can help you understand your legal options and what the next steps may be.