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Traumatic Brain Injury and Accident Law – Part 2

The CDC estimates that 1.5 million people every year suffer traumatic brain injury (TBI) due to accident, injury, birth defect, or other less common causes. The legal aspect of brain injury statistics proves difficult for new, or inexperienced lawyers. It takes an experienced accident lawyer to take on a TBI case, one that has years of trying TBI cases to verdict with a very high success rate. ...

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Traumatic Brain Injury and Accident Law – Part 1

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When a Traumatic Brain Injury occurs and the case moves to the legal phase, after the victim is medically stable, a Personal Injury lawyer will be entrusted with protecting their rights. In fact, Personal Injury lawyers see their clients during the worst, and most fragile time in their lives (TBI injuries have long recovery periods that may overlap with the legal side of the accident). ...

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Brain Injury Awareness Month: Further Exploring the Legal Side of TBI

With an injury that can be proven such as broken bones, herniated disks, Spinal Cord Injury, or any number of other injuries visible either from the victim or through their diagnostic imaging, the road to recovering damages has fewer twists and turns. With these injuries, the judge and the insurance company can more readily see these often catastrophic outcomes (amputations, broken bones, disfigurement, burns, the need for a wheelchair or cain) and can rule on damages to be awarded accordingly.

The Personal Injury Perspective on Traumatic Brain Injury

When it comes to the nuanced specialty of Personal Injury law, most lawyers are prepared to try any and all orthopedic injuries; this is because they’re visible, thus able to be proven to the insurance company or a judge during trial. However, the same can’t be said for Traumatic Brain Injury cases. Many lawyers, while experienced in the standard practice of Personal Injury law, are not equipped to handle the complexities of a TBI case. This article will seek to provide our readers with an in-depth look at why only the most experienced lawyers should represent brain injury cases.