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Traumatic Brain Injuries

New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys

A traumatic brain injury (also referred to as a “TBI” or “Closed Head Injury”) is the type of injury that not only affects the victim but also family members and friends. It is hard to watch a severely injured adult or child suffer and know that the individual may never return to their prior healthy state. It takes a lot emotionally and physically to help an individual slowly recover from an injury as serious as a traumatic brain injury. Extensive medical care and long-term rehabilitation are usually required following such injuries.

A traumatic brain injury victim may be temporarily disabled or permanently disabled. However, you do not need to go through this alone. Victims or family members of a traumatic brain injury victim should contact a New Jersey personal injury attorney for legal assistance through all steps of a personal injury case. Our law firm has represented many clients who suffered traumatic brain injuries and we have a vast network of medical professionals that may be able to assist you.

Traumatic Brain Injury Lawsuits in New Jersey

A blunt force injury or piercing injury to the head can cause traumatic brain injury. An object that enters the skull and pierces the brain can cause temporary or permanent brain damage depending on the severity of the injury. Often brain injuries cause the brain to swell which cuts off the vital oxygen flow and results in brain damage. Types of accidents that cause traumatic brain injuries can involve:

An accident caused by the carelessness or negligence of another may make the responsible party liable to the victim. Damages for loss of earnings, medical bills, and pain and suffering paid by those responsible for an accident may help to compensate for the injuries suffered. It is important to speak with an attorney before settling an insurance claim, especially a claim for a major injury.

NJ Traumatic Brain Injury Law Firm

We will review your case for free and pursue the case on a contingent basis, which you means if you do not recover anything, we don’t get paid.
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