Mild, Moderate and Severe Traumatic Brain Injuries
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are classified as mild, moderate or severe. Having helped more than 5,000 accident victims in New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania, many of them brain injury victims, we know that the term mild traumatic brain injury is not particularly accurate. Victims are often left with life-changing cognitive difficulties, memory loss, personality shifts, headaches and other symptoms that do not simply go away.
The severity of the injury will not stop the insurance company from arguing that the injury is minor, and that your case does not merit much compensation. We prove the insurer wrong, using clear medical evidence to demonstrate the damage that has been done to the brain. We know how to argue to get the insurance company to provide full and fair compensation.
What Caused the Brain Injury?
Our lawyers have represented head injury victims since 1972, handling cases involving accidents and acts of negligence of all types, including:
- Automobile accidents: Car accidents, motorcycle accidents and motor vehicle accidents of all types can result in head and brain injuries.
- Trucking accidents: The sheer size of a truck against the limited protection of a smaller vehicle means that these accidents often end in brain injuries.
- Construction accidents: Construction sites are often considered among the most dangerous workplaces, and the accidents that occur on them often lead to brain damage.
Free Case Evaluation With a South New Jersey Brain Injury Attorney
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