Brain Injury FAQs
- What Are Traumatic Brain Injuries?
- Who Can Be Held Liable?
- How Can a Boston Brain Injury Lawyer Help Me?
TBI’s are disruptions to the normal operations of the brain that can result from any blow, force, or impact to the head. They do not require significant trauma as even a seemingly minor, mild impact to the head can bring on a TBI.
If you suspect you may have sustained this type of injury, seek immediate medical attention. These injuries are only discovered and accurately diagnosed through specific neurological examinations, as well as through MRI testing.
Victims often don’t know what their rights are, or what they are entitled to. Getting legal help sooner rather than later is vital. Preserving necessary evidence and witnesses can make or break these types of cases.
The reason is because these claims unquestionably can be very complex. They involve not only specialized areas of law, but specialized areas of medicine as well.
They also frequently involve many different possible parties (defendants) that may potentially be held liable for your head injury.
Some parties and companies that can be held liable for negligently caused brain injuries are:
- Motor vehicle operators
- Property owners
- Product manufacturers
- Medical service providers
Given the impact a brain injury can have on one’s life, hiring legal representation is critical. An attorney can advocate and litigate your claim against an insurance company in order to maximize your financial recovery.
Oftentimes insurance companies, when presented with a valid and serious brain injury claim, will deny the case or present a less than reasonable offer. When that happens, a lawsuit is often required in order to get a full cup of justice.
We are lawyers for brain injury victims in Boston that will present your case in court to a jury if an insurance company does not offer full compensation for your case.