Sustain a Traumatic Brain Injury?
Our Brain Injury Lawyer Helps Injured Clients
If you were involved in an accident, you may have sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) without realizing it. These types of injuries are some of the most difficult to recover from. Thus, our experienced Atlantic City brain injury lawyer works with accident victims and families of victims to help you get the full financial compensation you deserve. Furthermore, we will fight to recoup damages for you to cover your lost wages, medical costs and pain and suffering. We have won millions of dollars for victims of traumatic brain injuries. This includes a $2 million dollar settlement from a car accident caused by running a red light and a $3.5 million medical malpractice verdict resulting in infant brain damage. Below we explain the causes of TBI, the long-term effects and how our law firm can help you.
What Causes TBI?
Any accident which causes direct or indirect impact to the brain can cause a TBI. For example, whiplash experienced in a car accident could force the brain to strike the inside of the skull. This could result in a TBI even if there is no injury to the outside of the head or skull. Studies have shown that the percussive impact of being near an explosion can cause TBI, even when there is no outward sign of physical injuries. This has proven true in countless military personnel who show symptoms of TBI upon return from combat locations.
Some common traumatic brain injury causes are:
This is not an exhaustive list by any means. However, we listed some of the causes we see most often. If the cause of your injury is missing from this list, call us and we can then evaluate your claim.
Effects of TBI Can Be Life-long
The accident that causes a TBI may not seem serious at all on the surface, but our brains are very sensitive to any impact. Brain injury symptoms may include any combination of the following:
- Personality changes
- Difficulty paying attention or communicating
- Reoccurring tiredness with no obvious cause
- Memory problems
- Loss of sensation and/or muscle coordination
If you were involved in an accident and are now experiencing any of these problems, call Targan & Pender, P.C. today. Brain injuries can require a lifetime of physical and/or occupational therapy to get back to the life you led before your injury.
Our Experienced Attorneys Will Fight For You
First, we need to determine responsibility for your injury; let us start right away. Then, we can make a plan for how to proceed, whether we want to contact an insurance company to settle or go to court. Contact our firm today to discuss your case a brain injury lawyer during a free initial consultation. Our offices are conveniently located in Atlantic City and Cape May, New Jersey. We have won millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients. While no amount of money can ever erase the injury or the pain, knowing your expenses are covered can make recovery that much easier.