When someone else’s negligence has left you or a loved one with a life-changing, traumatic brain injury (TBI), you have the right to seek compensation. Victims of traumatic brain injuries are left with life-changing consequences. Even victims suffering from minor concussions can face long-term issues. When pursuing compensation for a brain injury, keep in mind that insurance companies will fight against your case; they understand that it will involve substantial damages and hope to limit liability for your claim. Seeking an experienced personal injury attorney in complex cases involving head injuries is in your best interest. It can increase the potential value of your claim. When you work with one of our expert attorneys at Schultz & Myers, they will determine the type of compensation you may be entitled to by examining all the areas you have been affected, including the severity of your brain injury.
Here are the types of damages available in a TBI Case:
- Medical expenses
- Loss of income
- Reduced earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of earning capacity
- Loss of general enjoyment of life
You need to seek medical attention as soon as possible after an accident. If you delay treatment or fail to follow the medical treatment plan you’re prescribed, the insurance company might argue that your actions contributed to the severity of your injury and reduce the value of your claim. Following doctor’s orders is the best way to protect your rights and receive the compensation you deserve after a traumatic brain injury.
Contact Schultz & Myers if You Need an Experienced Brain Injury Attorney
Meeting with one of our exceptional brain injury attorneys to discuss your case can help you recover the total compensation you deserve. Our lawyers have a wealth of knowledge and experience with complex brain injury accident cases and are prepared to hold any negligent parties accountable. Call us today at (314) 582-2389 or contact us online.
Brain Injury Claims FAQ
What kind of accidents lead to traumatic brain injury?
When delicate neuronal brain tissue is impacted with great force, it can lead to a traumatic brain injury (TBI)
What is the most common form of brain injury?
Mild concussions are the most common form of traumatic brain injury.
What is the average cost of caring for someone with a TBI?
The cost of caring for someone who has suffered a traumatic brain injury can vary substantially and often depends upon the injury’s severity. Costs may range from $600,000 to $1,875,000 over the patient’s lifetime.