Take The First Steps After A Brain Or Head Injury
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can occur even when there is no visible trauma to the head, skull or brain. Symptoms of a TBI include changes in personality, difficulty concentrating, headaches and vision changes. Even a mild brain injury can lead to lifelong medical care and physical therapy.
If you have been in a car accident or suffered a sports-related injury, it is important to immediately seek medical attention to rule out or treat brain injuries. Getting a diagnosis of TBI or a concussion will also help you protect your legal rights if the insurance company tries to disprove that you suffered the injury.
At Connell & Foresta, we take brain injuries seriously. Our lawyer has handled numerous brain injury cases, and we know how to build a strong case for you. To discuss your case with us in a free consultation, call 978-794-7900.
Compensation To Meet Your Needs Now And In The Future
Following an accident, many people do not even realize that they have a brain injury. If you hit your head and you are having trouble concentrating, are suffering from headaches or have experienced a change in personality, you may have a brain injury.
Recovery from a brain injury is not an overnight process. You or your loved one may need months, years or even a lifetime of medical treatment, therapies and surgeries. Our Andover brain injury attorney relies on leading medical experts to properly diagnose and treat our clients. We also use their findings to support our brain injury claims.
While the insurance company will pressure you to take its first offer, we will spend time calculating the complete cost of your future medical care and lost wages. This will ensure that you receive a settlement that meets your current and future needs.