I am a personal injury lawyer dedicated to helping you. Whether you have been injured in a car accident or have suffered a fall, I can help you make the insurance company pay you what you are entitled to. As a former insurance defense attorney, I know how the insurance companies work.
Unfortunately, any number of unexpected mishaps can result in brain injuries such as a slip and fall, a car accident, or a sports injury. The CDC reminds us that an average of 1.4 million Americans will suffer a brain injury every year.
Whether one has experienced a mild concussion or irreversible brain damage due to any type of head trauma, it is important to realize that only a seasoned personal-injury attorney can successfully bring a brain-injury lawsuit to a successful conclusion. As expected, the legal complexities are enormous.
Insurance companies will do their best to reduce payments to clients or their families in order to minimize their own losses. I am a former insurance company defense attorney, so I am well aware of their underhanded tactics.
Below you will find some basic, yet very crucial, information regarding brain-injury lawsuits.
The importance of speaking with a seasoned personal-injury attorney cannot be overstated. Due to medical issues that must be addressed with brain-injury cases, the legalities involved are immense.
There are several overarching elements that are required to be proven in brain-injury cases. Here are a few:
An experienced personal-injury attorney will help uncover crucial information to address and clarify all these legal prerequisites. You want financial restitution, and fully achieving that will be directly due to the dedication and litigation experience of a personal-injury lawyer.
Providing evidence to satisfy the three prerequisites listed above is of prime importance. Also, since the nuances of brain-injury lawsuits are so detailed, it is imperative any and all evidence be gathered immediately after the accident in addition to any details that might emerge days or weeks later. Whether evidence-gathering involves taking pictures and videos from the accident scene or gathering personal testimonies from witnesses, the bottom line is to be able to provide as much relevant information as possible to support your brain-injury case.
Additionally, documenting how the brain injury has altered the victim’s life is vitally important. Examples might include missed work, permanent loss of employment, and types of emotional pain and suffering.
Obviously, The Kashar Law Firm does not have the ability to minimize brain injuries, but we do have the ability to maximize the financial payout you deserve. Help is only a phone call away. Give us a call now at 972-888-6018 for a free consultation.
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