Victim of a brain injury?

Brain injuries occur in two forms: severe traumatic brain injuries and concussions (TBI's) and acquired brain injuries (ABI's). TBI's are caused from direct trauma such as in an automobile crash or electrocution. ABI's develop over time from such events as exposure to chemicals or from loss of oxygenation. Either can drastically change the lives of the victim and their loved ones. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) there were over 60,000 reported brain injury deaths in 2019. Brain injuries contribute to 30% of all deaths in the U.S.

Brain injuries are commonly caused in falls (40.%), blows (15.5%), automobile crashes (14.3%), assaults (10.7%), electrocutions, oxygen deprivation, heart attacks or strokes, and even exposure to toxins.  

Brain injuries can cause paralysis, severe memory impairment, mental disorders like depression and anxiety, and forms of dementia. Even a concussion can cause impairments and difficulties both short and long term. Treatment and care of severe brain injuries can cost millions of dollars over the course of a lifetime.

Brain injuries are often missed altogether due to a lack of specialized testing. Medical science and technology can now detect the micro-injuries within the brain if properly tested. Often this requires the patient to travel to a facility with the diagnostic imaging equipment capable of "seeing" what ordinary MRI and CT scans cannot. In addition, specialized cognitive testing by qualified neuropsychologists is usually required to document the effects of the brain injury.

A brain injury case is highly technical from the medical evidence side, very difficult to litigate, and exorbitantly expensive. I have personal and professional relationships with some of the best brain injury attorneys in the nation to bring their expertise and experience to Shelby County, the Birmingham metro area, Panama City, Destin, Fort Walton, Pensacola and across the Panhandle and Alabama. You deserve no less than the best.

If you have suffered a brain injury you need to act now. I am here to assist you with your needs of medical diagnosis and treatment, family support, and legal representation. The longer you wait the worse the outcome both physically and legally.  Call me today in Florida at (850) 640-2030 and in Alabama at (250) 358-7867 or contact me online for a FREE CASE EVALUATION! There is NO FEE unless we collect compensation for you!

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