Traumatic Brain Injury

Alpharetta Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney

Suffered a Brain Injury in an Accident?

There are many types of injury accidents that result in traumatic brain injury. Auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip & fall accidents as well as pedestrian accidents often result in innocent victims facing a lifetime of serious medical problems if a traumatic brain injury has taken place. When another party, whether a negligent, reckless or dangerous driver, or property owner has liability in the case should be established as soon as possible after the incident takes place. An Alpharetta personal injury lawyer from The Williamson Law Firm can provide you with answers about claims for compensation in these very serious injury cases.

Traumatic Brain Injury and Compensation

The degree of injury is often hard to determine in any brain injury case. Some who it is hoped can recover will never recover, and those who were thought to be permanently damaged could recover fully. The brain, and injuries to the brain, continue to be a mystery to medical science in many cases. Although we all fervently hope that our loved one will recover, this is not always possible, and they will likely face daily challenges, even in the simplest of tasks.

Each case of traumatic brain injury must be fully evaluated to determine what should be sought in compensation. If the injured victim cannot hope to function in life as they did previously, the amount sought in a settlement will be a very high dollar value. The loss of potential future earning capacity must be calculated, as well as other losses, including pain and suffering and the loss of quality of life. Our legal team at the firm is prepared to relentlessly pursue compensation for our injured clients. We know how important the outcome will be to their quality of life, access to future possible treatments, and to their families.

Contact an Alpharetta Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer from our firm at one if your loved one has suffered such an injury through negligence or wrongful act.