Traumatic Brain Injury
Brain Injury Attorney Miami Gets Results in TBI Cases
Traumatic brain injury cases arise from many different types of accidents, such as car crashes, sports injuries, and slip and fall accidents. At Friedman & Friedman PA, we know that most accidents are actually caused by negligent, reckless, or intentional conduct of others. When wrongful conduct is the cause of traumatic brain injuries, victims and their families deserve compensation for their physical and emotional suffering. Brain injuries can be life changing. Victims of TBI may require assistance performing daily tasks for the rest of their lives.
People who engage in contact sports, such as football, hockey, or rugby, are at a greater risk of developing a traumatic brain injury. Athletes are more likely than any other segment of society to get a second concussion before an existing concussion has fully healed. This can lead to permanent, irreversible brain injury that can diminish your quality of life forever. What's worse, your injury may prevent you from engaging in once-loved sports and activities in the future. If you have received any type of brain trauma, you should seek medical attention immediately. A doctor can order a CAT scan to fully assess the extent of your injuries. Symptoms of brain injury may include brief loss of consciousness, clouded thinking, dizziness, and headaches. But even if you aren't experiencing any symptoms, it is a good idea to visit your doctor just to be safe.
If someone you love has suffered a brain injury, you deserve compensation for your medical bills, lost current and future wages, reduced earning potential, emotional trauma, and diminished quality of life after the accident. The experienced brain injury attorneys at Friedman & Friedman have successfully handled traumatic brain injury cases in Miami, South Florida and throughout the state of Florida. Call 800-446-6482 today for a free consultation with Miami traumatic brain injury attorneys dedicated to getting you full compensation for your injuries.
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