Brain injuries are some of the most complex severe injuries and often the victim has cognitive loss or memory lapses. The victim may not recognize his or her family; have a personality change; or lose motor and speech functions. Some may eventually die as a result of brain damage. Some brain injury can be subtle and less noticeable often leading to frustration, anger or depression. We consult and retain some of the best medical and financial experts from across the country to better understand the extent of the injury and the medical costs associated with it.
We use this knowledge to gauge future needs and lifestyle changes associated with your brain injury and to effectively represent your interests. Our extensive litigation experience allows us to think creatively and use the laws to help ensure our clients' rights are protected.
We have successfully represented clients suffering from concussions, mild brain injuries, catastrophic brain injuries, fractured skulls, subdural hematomas and seizure activity.
See our partial list of Verdicts and Settlements for the value of some of these cases.