Among the most devastating and debilitating of all injuries, brain injuries are involved in nearly a third of all injury-related deaths. Brain injuries are often life changing and effect the lives of both the victims and the families who care for them. Brain injuries can result from a variety of trauma, including car, truck, and motorcycle accidents, slip and fall accidents, and medical malpractice. What, exactly, is considered a brain injury? A blow to the head that is severe enough to cause disruption to brain function is considered a traumatic brain injury. Traumatic brain injury symptoms can range from bad headaches to coma and death. Unfortunately, each year traumatic brain injuries kill over 50,000 Americans and cause another 250,000 to be hospitalized.
Our experienced Media Brain Injury Lawyers have represented injured parties who have suffered brain injuries in falls, motor vehicle accidents, and construction site trauma. We have the skill and expertise to obtain significant compensation for those who have sustained these types of devastating injuries.
In cases involving brain injuries, we will exhaustively investigate to determine the entity that is responsible for the injury. We will then rely on medical experts we have used in prior such cases, including neurologists and neuropsychologists, to determine the extent of the injuries, issue reports and, where necessary, testify on your behalf.
Our Media Brain Injury Lawyers promise to tenaciously help you to get all of the compensation to which you are entitled, including compensation for pain and suffering, medical bills, lost wages, loss of future earnings and emotional trauma.
If you or a loved one has been injured and suffered a brain injury, the Media Brain Injury Lawyers at Noel & Bonebrake are committed to obtaining all the results you need and deserve. To learn how we can help, contact Scott Bonebrake today at 215-600-3189 or email Scott at [email protected] for a free, no obligation initial consultation.
All of our brain injury cases are handled on a contingent fee basis, meaning that there will be no fee, or cost, to you unless we achieve a recovery, through settlement or verdict.