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Unlike many other catastrophic injuries caused by some accidents, the effects of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) are not as obvious to the average observer. This does not mean that the symptoms or prognosis for a person who has suffered a TBI are not severe. There are several types of accidents that can cause a TBI, including but not limited to:
A person who suffers a TBI will face significant costs for medical care, rehabilitation, and physical therapy for the remainder of his or her life. Victims also undergo physical, behavioral, and cognitive changes that make it difficult or impossible for them to return to work or possibly even care for themselves. Worse yet, there is no hope for recovery from these types of injuries.
If you or your loved one sustained a TBI as the result of another party’s negligence, the individual or business at fault may be liable to you for the damages you suffered. You could be able to file a lawsuit to recover financial compensation, but the insurance company representing any negligent party will have attorneys prepared to challenge the validity of your injury claim and seek any ways possible to reduce the amount you would be paid. Because TBIs are difficult to detect, insurance companies frequently refuse to pay for certain treatment and often deny claims altogether.
The symptoms of TBIs are not always immediately apparent, it is critical to take legal action as soon as possible if you or your loved one suffered a TBI because of the negligence of another party. The Chester County brain injury lawyers at Ciccarelli Law Offices represent clients on a contingency fee basis, meaning that we do not charge you anything for our services unless you receive monetary damages.
Our brain injury attorneys work as a team and will provide a complete evaluation of your case as soon as you call (610) 719-3190 to schedule a free consultation. Our firm serves the greater West Chester area, but we also have office locations in King of Prussia, Lancaster, Kennett Square, Malvern, Philadelphia, Plymouth Square, and Radnor.