Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Let An Experienced Greenville/Spartanburg/Anderson Personal Injury Attorney Take Your Case

A traumatic brain injury can change your life forever. Such an injury can lead to disabilities and long recoveries. Some people never fully recover from a traumatic brain injury. A serious injury can not only affect the victim, but his or her family as well. If you or a loved one has suffered from a traumatic head injury that was caused by the negligence of someone else, you could be entitled to compensation. Let the personal injury law firm of David M. Yokel help you.

Common Causes Of Traumatic Brain Injuries

There are many types of accidents that can cause a traumatic brain injury, but some are more common than others. Not all traumatic brain injuries are the result of someone else's carelessness or neglect, but many are. Some of the most common causes include:

Falls: Some falls are accidents, such as falling out of bed or falling while stepping into the bath tub. Others may be caused by someone else's actions, such a slip and fall that was caused by a spill that was not properly cleaned up in a store or restaurant.

Car or Truck Accidents: Traumatic head injuries and other bodily injuries often occur as the result of a car or truck accident. If someone else's negligence caused an accident that resulted in a serious head injury, you may be entitled to compensation.

Violent Acts: Gunshots wounds, battery, domestic violence,and child abuse are all violent acts that can result in traumatic brain injuries.

Sports Injuries: Traumatic brain injuries can be caused by sports and rough play. Even if helmets and other protective gear are worn, injuries are still possible.

What Can I Expect From A Traumatic Brain Injury Case?

If you decide to pursue a traumatic brain injury case, there are a few things you can expect. The opposing counsel or the at fault party will try to prove innocence. You should hire an attorney who is experienced with personal injury cases. You will most likely need your doctor to provide a medical opinion that the injury was the result of the bad acts of the third person. If you win or settle your case, you may receive compensation for injuries, reimbursement for medical bills, lost wages, payment for known and expected future medical expenses, lost wages and any impact the injury has on your activities of daily living.

Personal Injury Attorney David M. Yokel Wants To Help You

If you or someone you love has suffered a traumatic brain injury and believe someone else may have caused it, you could be entitled to compensation. Let attorney David M. Yokel help you get the justice you deserve. Call 864-240-2066 today.