Brea Brain Injury Lawyers
Brea Brain Injury Lawyers
Traumatic brain injuries are lifechanging. While you can pursue monetary recovery for your medical expenses, lost income, and other financial setbacks, no figure can adequately compensate you for the intense pain and suffering you’ve endured. If another party was liable for your injuries, our Brea personal injury attorneys can help. Throughout the years, we have recovered more than $300 million in settlements and trial verdicts, a substantial portion of which was in traumatic brain injury cases. If you are facing the lingering effects of a brain injury, we encourage you to seek help sooner than later. To discuss your case with a member of our team, call 1-800-GO-HARRIS today.
Types of Brain Injury Claims Our Brea Personal Injury Attorneys Handle
The brain injury attorneys in our Brea office have represented clients in all types of brain injury claims. Brain injuries can generally be categorized as one of two primary types: traumatic brain injury (“TBI”) and acquired brain injury (“ABI”):
- ABI describes any type of head injury that is not the result of a birth injury or a hereditary or degenerative condition. This may include stroke, tumors, infectious disease, or a lack of oxygen supply to the brain.
- TBI is a specific type of ABI that results from external force or strain aimed at the brain or nervous system. Our attorneys are experienced in representing accident victims who have suffered from TBIs.
Our Brea brain injury lawyers also represent victims suffering from:
- Closed head injuries;
- Open head injuries;
- Brain hemorrhages;
- Anoxic/hypoxic brain injuries; and
- Diffuse brain injuries.
We will investigate the cause of your brain injury and prepare for settlement negotiations based on the specific facts of your case, the nature of your injury, and the cause of the injury. In particular, we are experienced in negotiating settlements in cases involving the following types of accidents:
- Car, truck, and bus accidents
- Rideshare vehicle accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Scooter accidents
- Train accidents
- Boating accidents
- Airplane accidents
- Slip and falls
- Sporting accidents
When to Seek Treatment for Your TBI
The particular danger of a TBI is that many symptoms may not present until days, weeks, or even months after your accident. These symptoms can be serious and even life-threatening. Common TBI symptoms include:
- Persistent headaches
- Loss of consciousness
- Confusion and disorientation
- Nausea or vomiting
- Blurred vision
- Ear ringing
- Mood swings
- Disrupted sleep patterns
The severity of your symptoms will likely depend on the seriousness of the trauma you sustained in the accident. Some symptoms may not manifest for days or even weeks, so any symptoms – no matter how minor – warrant immediate medical attention.
How A Personal Injury Attorney Can Help
If you have been injured, contact an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible to discuss your financial recovery options. A skilled personal injury attorney can:
- Work with medical professionals to evaluate the extent and severity of your injuries and to place a monetary value on your claim;
- Contact investigators and other professionals to establish the cause of the accident and to determine who should be held liable;
- Gather and evaluate evidence to present to an insurance company and, when necessary, a judge or jury;
- Correspond with insurance companies on your behalf to negotiate a settlement; and
- When needed, file a lawsuit against the at-fault party to seek a judgment or jury verdict in your favor.
Discuss Your Case with a Brain Injury Attorney in Brea
If you or a loved one has suffered TBI due to another person’s negligence or intentional actions, reach out to us. We will answer your questions, ensure you understand your rights, and devise a strategy to approach the claims process. We can handle each step of your case, from gathering evidence to negotiating with an insurance carrier on your behalf. If necessary, we will vigorously represent your interests in a court of law. Call our 24-hour phone line at 1-800-GO-HARRIS or send us a message to schedule a complimentary case review today. We look forward to serving you.