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Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury

TBI Cases


A traumatic brain injury, or TBI, can result from a large variety of events, including car accidents, falls, workplace accidents, being struck by an object, or other instances of a blow or jolt to the head. TBI injuries present in a large range of severity as well, from a mild concussion to injuries with more severe and long-lasting neurological effects. At The Rezvani Law Firm, The Accident Duo will avidly advocate for the compensation of victims of traumatic brain injuries that are due to the negligence or misconduct of another party.

Brain injuries can often be serious and very costly, while also at times being difficult to prove in court as their effects are not always readily apparent. In some cases symptoms may not appear immediately, but may present hours or even days after the incident, and may remain mild for some time before developing into more serious, long-term issues.

Symptoms of a traumatic brain injury can include but are not limited to:
-Slurred speech
-Balance issues
-Difficulty conveying thoughts
-Difficulty focusing, or excessive focus on one thought or idea
-Partial paralysis
-Persistent fatigue
-Irregular mood swings
-Prolonged Weakness

Should you experience any symptoms or believe you may have an injury to your brain, you should immediately receive a medical examination for brain damage, and then subsequently reach out to us. It cannot be overstated how important it is to work with an experienced TBI lawyer to help determine the damages you may be entitled to following this type of injury.

You may be entitled to damages that include:

-Medical care and ongoing treatment
-Home care if assistance is needed for daily needs or tasks
-Loss of wages or earning capacity because of the injury’s effect on your ability to work in the short or long-term
-Pain and suffering from physical or cognitive effects of the injury
-Lifestyle changes if the injury impedes your ability to continue normal daily functions
-Future damages, which include the possible issues that may arise in time as a result of the incidence
-Punitive damages, which can be pursued if it can be proven the party at fault acted with malice, intent, or recklessness

The Accident Duo understand the potentially devastating effects that a brain injury can have on not just you, but also your family. We will passionately fight for you to receive the highest possible settlement for your case, ensuring you receive maximum compensation.

Brain injury cases can be some of the most challenging and complicated to handle. It is important to note that they are also very time sensitive. It is greatly recommended that you move forward with legal representation as quickly as possible following the incidence to allow the evidence and facts of the case to be established quickly and accurately. Waiting too long can affect the strength of your claim in a significant way. Let us help you navigate this stressful ordeal. Call us for a free evaluation of your case and we will work diligently to protect your interests and future.

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