Wisconsin Brain Injury Lawyers
According to the Brain Injury Association of America, over 1.5 million people in the United States suffer from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) every year. Even more unsettling, at least 50,000 of these patients will die from their brain injury, while another 80,000 will have to face long-term, life-altering disabilities.
Brain Injury Causes
Traumatic brain injury is often the result of accidents such as:
When a person’s negligence results in your injury or illness, that person can and should be held responsible for your losses. Brain injury radically changes the lives of its victims. Patients with TBI often require advanced treatment and specialized therapy in order to recover from the consequences of their accident, all of which comes at a high cost. Even after significant therapy, some people will never fully recover from TBI.
Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury
Depending upon the severity and extent of a patient’s brain damage, TBI can result in:
- Memory loss
- Language disorders
- Vision problems
- Psychiatric problems
- Changes in personality
- Difficulty multi-tasking
Every brain injury is unique, affecting people in personal ways. Even a mild brain injury can cause significant disabilities. The cognitive, behavioral, and emotional consequences of traumatic brain injury can not only affect the injured person, but also cause loved ones to suffer emotional distress.
The consequences of a brain injury are not always immediately obvious. An injured person might not show any visible signs of TBI until weeks or even months after the accident, and even those who show symptoms of TBI may have difficulty proving their case in court.
Boller & Vaughan LLC: A Personal Approach to Brain Injury Litigation
The experienced Wisconsin brain injury lawyers at Boller & Vaughan, LLC have a unique approach to pursuing brain injury cases. We are dedicated to getting to know you and your family on a personal level in order to learn precisely how TBI has changed your lives. This enables us to present a strong case to the jury, portraying you as real people with problems they can relate to. Additionally, our attorneys are skilled at bringing important medical evidence to light into order to link your injuries to the third party that caused them.
If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury because of another person’s negligence, make sure you are getting the compensation you need to afford the best and most advanced TBI treatments available.
Please contact our Wisconsin brain injury lawyers today for a free initial consultation. Because we work on a contingency fee basis, you do not need to pay us legal fees unless we recover money in your case.
It won’t cost you anything to see if we can help. Call us today at 608-807-0078, or submit an online questionnaire for a free case review.