Santa Rosa Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney
WE STAND UP FOR BRAIN INJURY VICTIMS
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a permanent condition that can change a victim’s life in many ways. A TBI victim may be unable to work, have a meaningful relationship with a spouse, or take care of children, among other hardships.
If you or someone you love has sustained a TBI due to someone else’s negligence, contact a Santa Rosa personal injury lawyer from our firm. At The Law Offices of Freeman & Freeman, a serious injury lawyer can stand up for you and protect right to fair compensation. The insurance company is not likely to pay you the amount you deserve without a fight, but by hiring our firm you can level the playing field and give yourself a dedicated advocate to fight for you.
SYMPTOMS OF A TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Symptoms of traumatic brain injury include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Significant headaches
- Personality changes
- Partial loss of vision
- Loss of memory
We understand what a tremendous impact a TBI can have on the life of an accident victim. Not only do you have to cope with the pain and suffering of your symptoms, but you are most likely also facing significant costs for medical treatment along with an extended period of lost income. Our goal is to help you recover fair compensation for all of your losses so that you can get your affairs back in order and move forward in your life. You should not be forced to pay the price for another person’s negligence.
COMMON CAUSES OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Accident victims are at risk of suffering a severe concussion in nearly any type of incident, from motorcycle accidents and slip and falls to construction accidents and sporting accidents. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lists the most commonly reported causes of traumatic brain injury as being falls (35.2%), motor vehicle collisions (17.3%), being struck by or against an object (16.5%) and assault (10%). Whatever the cause of your injury, do not hesitate to contact us for a free consultation to learn whether you have grounds for legal action.