An accident that results in head trauma can leave a victim drastically impaired. It can also be mild, slowly revealing side effects with an altered personality and a decrease in the ability to think, make decisions, and talk. No matter what the situation may be, the expense of such an injury is substantial. Victims of head trauma are often unable to care for themselves, and also results in failure to make money because of the inability to work in the profession in which they are skilled in—or depending on the extent of the head trauma, it may be impossible for the victim to work in any field at all. When the head trauma was the result of another individual’s negligence, victims may be able to obtain financial damages.
If someone close to you has suffered from a head trauma injury, you can be assured that we will answer all of your questions and cover every angle of the case to fight for the best outcome possible. Our lawyers put a lot of work into these types of cases, including calculating the medical expenses for ongoing treatment or medical care, the age of the victim, the wages that are lost due to an ability to work or perform in their field, and so much more.
Did you know?
There are a lot of elements that are involved in building up a head trauma case, including the cause of the accident.
Our attorneys recognize recent settlements and verdicts in similar lawsuits, in addition to working with specialists and experts to determine the cost of the head trauma throughout the individual’s lifetime.