Brain Injury

Brain Injury

Brain Injury Attorney Of all the different types of injuries that can occur as a result of accidents, one of the most serious is certainly brain injury. This can be caused by virtually any kind of accident, from auto accident to a slip and fall accident. No matter the cause, the fact remains that brain injury can come with serious financial costs that can include:

  • Lost wages, including long term disability and loss of employment
  • Current and future long term medical costs including rehabilitation
  • Pain and suffering, which are determined by the courts

In short, brain injury can leave a family struggling not only physically but financially, and recovering from those damages can be incredibly difficult to do.

This is made even worse when you consider that today’s insurance companies aren’t working for your best interests – they’re focused solely on their bottom line. In other words, it can be incredibly difficult to receive the kind of financial compensation that you really deserve. Insurance companies may try to stall payments, could make lowball settlement offers that aren’t what you really need to stabilize your finances, and more.

Having a personal injury lawyer on your side that can handle brain injury cases is important. Our team not only has years of experience helping those who have suffered brain injuries, but we also understand every aspect of personal injury law. We’ll review your case and offer you the kind of guidance that is needed to get the compensation you deserve.

There is more to personal injury law than many realize, and this applies to brain injury in an even larger way. As such, it’s important to contact our team to help you stand up to the insurance companies and argue for the compensation you deserve. Doing so will help you move past your financial burden and start focusing on healing physically.

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A property owner must be shown to have known about a potentially unsafe condition and that they chose to ignore it completely, failing to fix it or to warn others about it.
While insurance policies in Florida could help offset some of the cost, the fact is that you still have a lot of costs that are likely not included in a settlement