Traumatic Brain Injuries
A Concussion Can Have Long-Term Consequences
- cognitive function (attention and memory)
- motor function (weakness, coordination, balance)
- sensation (hearing, vision, perception, function), and
- emotion (depression, anxiety, aggression, personality changes)
It is important to find an attorney who knows how to obtain the financial compensation you or your loved one need to recover.
How To Prove Fault
Proving fault in a brain injury case is not always easy. A TBI is not usually visible to the naked eye because injury to the brain frequently happens inside the skull, so the injury isn’t obvious like there may be with a fracture. TBIs are also not always visible with objective testing, such as an MRI or X-rays. The nature and extent of a TBI may not be fully appreciated until the injured person has been evaluated and tested by a neuropsychiatrist or neuropsychologist.
Insurance companies frequently challenge people who suffer TBI’s, and many times argue that the person’s complaints are subjective, the person is magnifying their symptoms, or that the person is faking.
Nugent Law Firm has been representing injured people who have suffered TBI for more than 30 years, and helped obtain monetary compensation for brain injuries ranging from mild to severe.
Obtaining The Legal Support You Need
Whether you are concerned about the payment of medical bills, pain and suffering, disability, impairment, or loss of the enjoyment or quality of life, let the Nugent Law Firm help you get the compensation you deserve. There is no fee for the consultation, and if the Nugent Law Firm takes your case, it will advance all of the costs of litigation.
Call us today at 856-596-9770 or arrange your appointment online.