Have you or someone you know suffered a head injury due to someone else’s negligence?
If so, contact our Bay Area head injury lawyers at (415) 721-1200 or toll free at (888) 529-0909.
People who suffer a head injury that leads to a traumatic brain injury (TBI) will most likely have to endure a life full of pain and complications. Reports show that head injuries and TBIs severely disable or kill more people aged 1-44 than any other cause. In fact, there are currently 5.3 million people in the United States that have suffered a severe head injury that caused permanent brain damage.
There are 3 types of TBI that can affect a person’s life:
- A mild TBI can cause headaches and periods of decreased information processing, attention, memory, organization execution, and task execution.
- A moderate TBI can cause life-long disabilities or impairments of visual, motor, emotional, cognitive, social, sexual, or vocational functioning.
- A severe TBI is very serious and can lead to a coma, permanent vegetative state, seizures, paralysis ,apathy, dementia, psychosis, and even death.
A head injury can occur for a number of reasons including:
- auto accidents
- slip and fall accidents
- acts of violence
- construction accidents
- workplace accidents
- sports injuries
In California, when a serious head injury is suffered due to a careless or negligent act of another person, the victim can file for compensation to cover medical bills, time off work, prescription drug costs, physical therapy costs, and vocational therapy costs. In addition, depending on the severity of the case, the injured person may even be able to file for compensation for pain and suffering and lost quality of life.
Since a head injury or TBI can negatively affect the rest of your life, it is very important to have qualified California head injury attorneys at your side to protect your rights and help you win the compensation you rightfully deserve for your injuries.
Our Bay area head injury lawyers work on a contingency fee basis. It won’t cost you anything to find out if we can help you right your wrong.