Brain Injury Attorneys in Celebration, FL
Get Help Filing Your Personal Injury Claim
Suffering a brain injury can be traumatizing and, in some cases, debilitating.
While the physical and emotional damage unfortunately cannot be undone,
you can seek compensation for your distress. If you have suffered a brain
injury, our experienced legal team can help you file a claim and guide
you through the legal process in order to obtain your due reparation.
Our lawyers at Florida Injury Law Firm understand the financial, medical,
and emotional difficulties that follow a brain injury, which is why we
are determined to fight for your rights. A brain injury has the ability
to significantly impact the way you lead an independent life, and can
have lasting or permanent effects. If you or someone you love has suffered
a brain injury because of the negligence or disregard of another person,
reach to Florida Injury Law Firm for legal representation.
Understanding a Brain Injury Lawsuit
In order to file a lawsuit, you must have cause to do so. If the injury
was caused because of another’s negligence or carelessness, (the
most common type of claim), you must be able to prove your case with the
Care of Duty: The defendant was required to be reasonable careful
Failed Duty of Care: The defendant breached their duty of care, or was found negligent and
failed to act with reasonable care
Causation: The actions or inactions of the defendant caused the injury
Measurable Damage: The victim suffered an injury or measurable damages
Types of Brain Injuries
Brain injuries are complex, and can manifest in a variety of ways. If someone
were to suffer a physical blow, it could cause a closed brain injury.
In a closed head injury the brain swells, but has nowhere to expand because
there is no skull fracture, causing pressure in the skill that adds more
damage to the existing injury.
Conversely, traumatic brain injury involves some sort of severe injury
directly to the head. Traumatic brain injuries can include concussions,
skull fractures, Shaken Baby Syndrome, or a penetration injury, where
something hits and enters the head.
Common Causes of Brain Injuries
While a brain injury can theoretically be sustained from anything, there
are a few situations where brain injuries occur more commonly. A few examples
of common causes of brain injuries are as follows:
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Birth injury
- Work-related accidents
Unfortunately, brain injuries often have lasting issues that linger and
affect quality of life.
Brain injury victims often suffer from insomnia, chronic headaches, decreased
metal capacity, speech and hearing impairments, visual deficiencies, or
amnesia. In the worse-case scenario, brain injuries can put victims in
a coma or cause death. If you or someone you love has suffered a brain injury at the fault of
someone else, seek legal help without delay.
Compassionate Legal Guidance from a Firm You Can Trust
Do not wait to seek fair compensation for the emotional, financial, and
physical damage you have suffered because of your brain injury. At Florida
Injury Law Firm we will help you every step of the way, from filing your
claim to seeking professional medical advice and appearing in court. Our
practiced attorneys know how to represent your case in the best possible
light so that you can access repayment for your suffering. Get started
on your personal injury claim, today.
Contact Florida Injury Law Firm
to discuss your brain injury case.