Victims of traumatic brain injury often suffer long-term impairments that are not readily apparent or easily documented. You need a Schuylkill County injury attorney who will take the time to fully understand the impact and who will stand up to the insurance companies to recover full compensation. At Anthony Urban Law Offices, P.C., we represent people who have suffered lasting brain damage in accidents.
Traumatic brain injuries are hard to prove and tend to be big cases, so insurance companies will often resist paying fair damages. Our legal team is prepared to go to trial to make sure clients and their families are compensated for the related medical expenses, lost income, future needs, and disabling symptoms of brain injury.
We have handled brain injuries incurred in all types of motor vehicle collisions and other personal injury accidents, including slip-and-falls, construction site accidents or near-drowning. If your loved one has been in an accident, it is very important that they seek medical attention right away to document all injuries and symptoms.
Depending upon the degree of injury and the part of the brain affected, victims may experience a wide range of symptoms and impairments. Observations of family members can be very powerful evidence, especially when doctors do not have definite findings from MRIs, CT scans, and neurological testing. Family members and loved ones of accident victims often notice differences, even months after a brain injury was suffered.
Our Schuylkill County personal injury lawyer works with clients, family members, and neurologists to document:
Our Schuylkill County brain injury attorney helps ensure that clients get proper diagnosis and treatment, and that they are compensated for the comprehensive needs for the hard times ahead. We have the ability to prove liability for the accident and we work with medical professionals, vocational specialists, economists, and other professionals to determine full and fair compensation.
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