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Considering Filing a Brain Injury Lawsuit?

June 9, 2021 in Personal Injury Articles | MARTIN WREN, P.C. | LEAVE A COMMENT

Brain Injury Lawyer

Brain Injury Lawyer

Most people understand that any kind of brain injury, even if it is mild, can cause damage that is long-lasting. You may experience symptoms for a few days, such as memory loss, headaches, or confusion or you may have symptoms that last longer and prohibit you from continuing on with your normal routine. When this is the case and your brain injury is caused because someone else was acting negligently, you want to make sure you do everything you can to avoid paying for medical costs and any other costs relating to your brain injury out of pocket. If you file a claim against the responsible person’s insurance or choose to take the responsible party to court, you may be able to get compensation for the injury you are suffering from. 

How do brain injuries happen? 

Brain injuries can happen when your head hits another object, when it whips back and forth, or when another object comes in contact with your head. In any case, this usually causes your brain to either hit the inside wall of your head or something can penetrate your brain. 

What kinds of treatment options are available? 

There are different treatment options available with varying rates of success. As a lawyer, like a brain injury lawyer from a law firm like Hall Justice Law Firm understands, the different brain injury treatments can range in costs, with some treatments putting many people into debt. You should not have to shoulder the burden of paying for treatment out of pocket when someone else caused an accident that gave you a brain injury. 

Filing a Personal Injury Claim vs. a Lawsuit 

You may be wondering whether you should work with a lawyer to file a personal injury claim or a lawsuit. Speaking with a lawyer can help you to determine which route is best. For example, if your injury is minor and you have symptoms that only last a few days, filing a personal injury claim may be the right course of action. If you have more substantial injuries and must undergo long-term treatment, filing a personal injury lawsuit may be your best bet for helping with much larger expenses. 

When you have suffered from a brain injury at the hands of someone else, you want to make sure you are getting the legal representation that is best for your case. Find a lawyer who can help you with your brain injury case now. 

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Our Virginia personal injury lawyers at MartinWren, P.C. also have a statewide practice and offer free consultations at a time and location that is convenient for you.  We will gladly meet with you at your home or at the hospital, even on nights and weekends.

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