Potential brain injury should be a very real concern for anyone who has been involved in a car crash, slip and fall, construction or sporting accident. Yet there can also be causes of brain injury that do not involve physical blows or other types of head trauma. A medical patient deprived of oxygen might be at risk of anoxic brain injury. Pharmacy errors or adverse medication interactions might also be culprits.
Unfortunately, the prognosis of many brain injuries is permanent damage. Consequently, a patient whose brain injury resulted from another's negligence needs to seek the full amount of compensation that he or she deserves.
Our head injury lawyers have the experience and resources to protect our clients' rights. From estimating long-term care needs to working with medical expert testimony, we can build a strong case for trial.