Brain injuries are life changing, devastating and are normally not readily apparent to the casual observer. That’s why traumatic brain injuries (TBI’s) are at times described as a “silent epidemic” or “invisible injuries.” If you suspect that you or your loved one has suffered a brain injury, you should visit a doctor immediately. Prompt access to medical treatment and tests like MRIs can make a critical difference in the long term quality of life of you or your loved one.
If you’ve already obtained medical treatment and know a brain injury exists, it’s important that you create a medical plan and look for a highly skilled and professional personal injury lawyer. Depending on the severity of the brain injury, the liable party may be responsible for compensating, pain and suffering, medical expenses, and lost wages – future and past. Estimating the ongoing medical expenses requires a comprehensive review by skilled health care experts and an experienced and highly professional brain injury attorney.
The experienced and highly professional attorneys of Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley, LLP understand the medical aspects of brain injuries and how to make the legal connection to the dangerous condition or wrongdoing. They have the medical knowledge, courtroom track record, experience and financial resources to obtain full compensation for all kinds of brain injury cases.