At the Sacramento Law Center, we understand the long-term effects of traumatic brain injury, including the long-term extended care required by individuals who have suffered brain injury. This insight allows us to maximize recovery for victims and their families, and we routinely take traumatic brain injury cases that other head injury attorneys will not. We can help if you or a loved one has suffered a permanent injury due to another party’s negligence. We handle cases in State and Federal Court, statewide, and work tirelessly on behalf of our clients.
In nearly all cases, individuals who suffer traumatic brain injury become depending on others for care or require extended healthcare; in all cases, their lives become irrevocably changed. Because many brain damage injury victims are unable to file suit on their own, the family of the victim can usually file suit on his or her behalf for damages. If it can be shown that the victim suffered injury as a result of another party’s negligence, as a result of medical malpractice, or due to a dangerous premises or product, we can assist the victim’s family in filing a claim to recover damages.
Though each case is unique, our personal injury attorneys working with a traumatic brain damage case try to obtain compensation for medical bills, future long-term extended care expenses, loss of wages, loss of future long-term income, and pain and suffering, both on behalf of the victim and his or her family. Our Personal Injury Lawyers will work vigorously on your behalf to help ensure we obtain the very best possible recovery.
To successfully recover damages, there must first be an establishment of fault. At our Sacramento Law firm, we represent experts in the business of medicine, engineering, and forensics to approach fault from an analytic and scientific perspective. This allows us to determine fault beyond doubt and establish the liable party or parties.
Our experience with brain injury cases makes our firm uniquely capable of taking on such claims. There are many different causes of traumatic brain damage and defendants in cases involving brain injury can vary widely, from individuals to corporations.
To arrange a free consultation, please contact our law firm today.