Over half a million head injuries each year require hospitalization. Injuries to the head are so common that almost everyone will sustain some form of trauma to the head in their lifetime. You are not alone.
Physical symptoms of traumatic brain injury include dizziness, blurred vision, headaches and loss of vision. Cognitive symptoms of traumatic brain injury include amnesia, short-term memory loss, disorientation and poor concentration. Emotional symptoms include agitation, depression, irritability, and depression.
Our brain injury attorneys are able to represent victims who have suffered brain injuries as the result of a car accident, motorcycle accident, medical malpractice, birth injury, slip and fall, workplace injury and more.
Children present a special concern when it comes to head injuries because they are prone to falling, are unaware of many of the everyday dangers around them and are dependent on others to care for them. They are also exposed to brain injury at birth because of medical mistakes that can deprive them of oxygen. The result may be cerebral palsy and other types of brain injuries
We offer honest answers and dedicated advocacy for victims of brain and spinal cord injuries and their families throughout the region and statewide. We can help you seek the care of medical specialists and rehabilitation therapists who can provide excellent care. We will fight to obtain the maximum compensation for the cost of vocational rehabilitation, speech therapy, physical rehabilitation and the impact on your life and your family’s future.