Brain Injury

Doctor with brain cat scan

Traumatic brain injuries often have life altering consequences for victims and their families.  Many brain injury victims require a long-term medical care plan to give them the best opportunity for recovery.  We help our clients obtain the financial resources that are often needed to implement long-term care plans for brain injury survivors.

Common Problems Triggered By Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)

Traumatic brain injuries range from mild to moderate to severe.  Mild TBIs are the most common and often occur from whiplash in a motor vehicle accident.  The symptoms from such injuries can include headaches, dizziness, confusion, and loss of memory and concentration.  Although these symptoms can improve over time, victims of TBI often endure a difficult journey to recovery.

Our firm has handled cases at both ends of the brain injury spectrum–from mild cases to the most severe.  In all such cases, we develop the evidence that is necessary for proving the severity of our clients’ brain injuries and the impact it has had on their lives and the lives of their loved ones. This evidence includes a complete review of our clients’ medical records and x-rays, as well as interviews with their family, friends and co-workers.  We make it our job to understand what part of the brain is injured and how it affects the daily lives of our clients.  With this knowledge in hand, we have been able to recover substantial compensation on behalf of our clients who have suffered traumatic brain injury.

Determining Negligence Is Important For Preparing Your Injury Claim

Proving that someone else — a motorist, a property owner or a surgeon, for example — was negligent and caused the brain injury is an essential part of a successful injury claim. Attorneys at Abramson & O’Connell, LLC, are prepared to investigate your case. We scour through documents and do the hard work that is needed to determine if someone else’s negligence caused you harm.

Proving the extent of your injuries is also essential. If our lawyers represent you, we will evaluate medical records, obtain testimony from witnesses and gather all information needed to present a compelling case on your behalf.