Some people walk away from an accident unharmed. Others suffer a broken bone or bruising that eventually heals. Still others find themselves in far worse condition, experiencing permanent and life-changing injuries including brain injuries.
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are typically suffered in accidents, falls or other time the blood flow or nerves of the brain are affected. Symptoms can develop within weeks or even months after the accident. They can range from fatigue and depression, to impaired memory loss, irritability, emotional outbursts, or a change in personality. Traumatic brain injuries and other injuries often have lasting effects on a victim’s personal relationships, job prospects, and emotional well-being.
At Hall Law Associates, we are a personal injury law firm committed to helping the victims of injuries recover the compensation they need to live life with dignity. Our experienced attorneys recognize the devastation closed head injuries can have on both victims and their families.
Traumatic Brain Injuries, PTSD and Psychological Injury – The injuries to the brain are often unseen but cause extreme emotional and sometimes physical pain. These invisible injuries require unique ways of presentation to the insurance company or jury.
- Expert Witnesses – Doctors, Psychologists and other health care workers can often explain how an injury is caused and how it effects the lives of our clients. We hand select experienced medical professionals to understand you and your condition. We then ask those professionals to share their findings in either a report or by talking about the injury.
- Minimize the harm – When you have already been injured, it is important to share the facts about your injury with the utmost care. At Hall Law & Associates, we respect your need for privacy and try our hardest to protect your records and to limit any sensitive issues surrounding your case.
- Proving the unseen through witnesses – You do not have to walk this journey alone. Experienced trial lawyers often use friends, family, co-workers or other witnesses to help you tell your story. If you can help us understand how you have changed due to the injury, we can develop a “before and after” presentation that proves how you have changed. The voices of others lend strength and credibility to this process.
Each traumatic brain injury case is different and often these cases effect entire families or friend circles. Through a confidential conversation about the case, the attorneys at Hall Law & Associates, can help you decide your best course of action.