Severe brain injury can have life-altering consequences for victims and their families. Long-term effects may include memory loss, attention and learning problems, mood swings, depression, anxiety, fatigue, and difficulty with language. It may require hospitalization and ongoing, costly treatment. If brain injury was caused by an accident or incident that was someone else’s fault, the sooner you speak with an attorney, the better.
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- Slip and fall accidents: Falls are the leading cause of traumatic brain injury overall, and particularly in older adults and children, according to the Mayo Clinic.
- Motor vehicle accidents: TBI is a common injury in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, and all types of vehicle-related collisions.
- Violent acts: Criminal assault, domestic violence, gunshot wounds and other violent acts can cause injury to the brain.
- Sports injuries: TBI is common in high-impact sports such as football, baseball, soccer, boxing, lacrosse, hockey, and skateboarding.
If you or your loved one suffered brain injury because of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, the at-fault party may be held liable. For example, if you suffered traumatic brain injury in a car accident caused by a drunk or distracted driver, or by someone who ran a red light, that driver may be responsible for your injuries.
At Ofelia Markarian Law Group, PLLC, we can thoroughly investigate your accident to determine who was at fault and who is liable. We can secure evidence to support your claim, assess the full extent of your losses, prepare your case for trial, and negotiate skillfully with insurance companies on your behalf.
Call us at (725) 999-4050 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation. We can tell you if you have a case and what damages you may be entitled to claim.