Traumatic brain injuries are serious injuries that vary in extent and severity. You may hear some brain injuries referred to as mild, such as a mild concussion, but the truth is that there is no such thing as a mild or minor brain injury. When brain function is limited or impaired in any manner, all of your bodily functions can be impacted as well.
If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury as a result of someone’s negligent or reckless conduct, you may have a personal injury claim for your injuries and damages. The attorneys at Abuershaid Lee and Le, Trial Lawyers, APC, represent clients in personal injury cases, and we understand the complexities involved in brain injury cases. Contact our office to discuss your injuries and potential legal remedies.
Our Personal Injury Practice
Our attorneys have experience representing clients in traumatic brain injury cases. We understand that these injuries can turn your life upside down and that it is critical to have a strong legal advocate on your side. We will aggressively fight to maximize your compensation to help with your physical, financial, and emotional recovery.
We work with insurance companies in almost every injury case that we take on, and we know the strategies and tactics they use to reduce the value of their claims. When we represent your case, you will never have to field calls from pushy insurance adjusters who want to undercompensate you. All insurance communications and settlement negotiations will go through our attorneys.
When we provide legal representation, we do not get paid until we have helped you secure compensation for your injuries. Our attorneys take brain injury cases on a contingency fee basis so that you will not pay any out-of-pocket legal fees.
Valuing a Traumatic Brain Injury Claim
To ensure full compensation for a brain injury, it is critical to understand how that injury has impacted you and how it will impact you in the future. A medical evaluation will help diagnose, establish causation, and understand the extent of your brain injury. Medical experts can make injury evaluations and provide opinions to be used as evidence that demonstrates the value of your injuries and damages.
Depending on your particular losses, you may be entitled to compensation for economic and noneconomic damages. Economic damages have an assigned monetary value, which makes them relatively easy to prove. Recoverable economic damages may include lost income (present and future), medical and rehabilitation expenses, pharmacy costs, and other monetary losses that you have experienced due to your injuries.
Noneconomic damages are more subjective than economic damages because there is no established monetary value. Typically, the more severe your injuries are, the higher your noneconomic damages will be valued. Pain and suffering, disability, mental anguish, and diminished quality of life are examples of noneconomic damages you may recover for your brain injury.
Contact a Anaheim Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer Today
At Abuershaid Lee and Le, Trial Lawyers, APC, our Anaheim personal injury attorneys take pride in the experience we have with brain injury cases and the high-quality legal services that we provide. We view you as a person, not a case, and that is how you will be treated by our personal injury team. Contact our office to schedule a free consultation. We know how stressful and disruptive brain injuries can be, and we want to help. Contact our office today at (866) 222-1255 to schedule a no-obligation consultation to review your claim.
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