A sudden deceleration movement by a car accident or a “slip and fall” incident where there is an impact to the head can cause severe damage to the brain. It has been called “the invisible injury” because it is hard to detect despite the advances in modern medicine. For that reason, you need a seasoned legal team to succeed and be fairly comensated. A person can be severely affected by this type of injury even if there is no skull fracture and no external signs of trauma (i.e. there are no bruises, cuts or skin redness). There can be significant damage to the brain but the person is still able to talk, walk and perform the routine tasks of daily living. Brain injury victims might suffer a significant impact on the quality of life affecting their work performance, their social life and their family interactions.
We represent these victims with the assistance of neurologists, neuropsychologists and neuro-surgeons, all of them renowned medical experts, who work with us as a team to prove your case. According to a recent statistic 1 in 10 adults living in the United States know a person with brain damage. If you suspect that a member of your family, a friend or one of your acquaintances might have a brain injury caused by an accident or a “slip and fall” incident, encourage them to call us today. We do not charge for a legal consultation. We will represent you on a contingency basis, which means that we will not charge attorney’s fees unless we win your case.
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