Georgia Traumatic Brain Injury Case Attorneys
Trauma to the brain, whether it’s from a physical blow, a bump or some other serious event in which the brain is deprived of oxygen, impacts 1.7 million people in the United States annually. This may come as a surprise, but traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are more common than you think. Our Atlanta traumatic brain injury (TBI) lawyers at Moraitakis & Kushel, LLP, understand that every minute after a serious injury can be filled with struggle. In addition to a lengthy recovery process, you and your family may be faced with mounting medical bills, rehabilitation costs, and an extended period of time out of work.
Although the insurance company may have offered you a settlement, our attorneys often advise people to be wary of the initial settlement which may not provide you with the compensation you need.
Expenses Related To Brain Injuries
The insurance company of the party or parties that played a role in your traumatic brain or spinal cord injury may try to avoid accepting legal liability. Regardless of how clear it may seem that a party is responsible for your accident, you’ll need experienced legal counsel to get the settlement or jury award you may deserve. The damages in a brain injury case can range from mild to significant. Signs of mild TBIs include headaches, vomiting and nausea, ringing in the ears, difficulty balancing and dizziness. In some cases, these symptoms do not appear for weeks after the blow to the head.
During your free initial consultation, our lawyers will tell you if the settlement offers are fair by taking into account the following:
- Future reconstructive surgeries
- Current and ongoing hospital bills
- Treatments and therapy
- Medical equipment
- Loss of wages and/or earning potential
- Loss of quality of life
- Pain and suffering
Meet With Our Brain Injury Lawyers
If you or a loved one is suffering from a serious brain or spinal cord injury, don’t wait to seek legal representation. Contact us online or call us at 404-973-0341 to schedule your consultation with one of our seasoned TBI lawyers. You pay no attorney fees unless they collect for you.