Traumatic brain injuries typically result from a blow to the head or a skull-penetrating injury that disrupts brain function. The consequences of such injuries can be temporary or permanent, but they always involve some level of pain and suffering, not to mention high medical expenses, lost wages, and other losses.
Although an experienced Hartford injury lawyer cannot undo the trauma you have endured, the team at Carlson & Dumeer, LLC will strive to recover compensation from any responsible parties to seek justice for catastrophic injuries. After an accident that resulted in a brain injury, consult with our dedicated and compassionate Hartford personal injury lawyer who will fight for justice and compensation for all damages, both economic and non-economic. We are committed to seeing your medical and financial needs met so the best possible quality of life is possible, under the circumstances.
A brain injury may be mild, severe, or cause permanent disability or in the worst cases, a vegetative state. A mild injury will only cause a brief loss of consciousness and weeks or months of recovery time, whereas a severe traumatic brain injury can result in long-term or permanent memory loss or brain dysfunction. Brain injuries are often caused by one of the following:
Injuries caused by these or other sudden impact can lead to changes in or loss of memory, sensation, language, emotion, and judgment. Even mild head injuries if repeated multiple times over months and years can cause collective damage to brain tissue, and permanent disability.
After a serious brain injury, it is imperative that your right to full compensation is protected. Our Hartford brain injury lawyer team wants to help you recover the compensation you deserve, and we are available around the clock to discuss any aspect of your case and to address your concerns. We promise to provide quality legal representation and compassionate, professional counsel. We make the process easy for you, and offer a free case evaluation to explore your options. Contact us today for more information on how we can help you.