Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Life-Changing Injuries Deserve Fair Compensation
Many accidents involving personal injury can cause serious and long-lasting
injury to the victim.
Catastrophic injuries, as they've come to be known, can turn a person's life upside-down
in the blink of an eye. One such devastating injury is called traumatic
brain injury (TBI) and can occur in almost any kind of accident. Common cases include
motorcycle accidents, and trucking accidents, as well as slips and falls and
construction site accidents.
Traumatic brain injury occurs when a person suffers a blow to the head
that jars their brain and causes bruising, swelling, and restricted blood
flow. Some cases can be classified as minor concussions, but serious cases
can cause severe dizziness, blurred vision, nausea, seizures, unconsciousness,
memory loss, and even a coma. In both situations, the effects to an individual
and their families can be life changing. A victim might suffer from a
reduced mental capacity for the rest of their life and require ongoing
personal assistance. The expenses involved with such an injury can be
astronomical. If you or someone you know has been in an accident and has
suffered from TBI, do not hesitate to speak with a Brevard County personal
injury attorney from Alpizar Law, LLC and learn what a lawyer can do to
recover any current and ongoing damages.
Contact a Brevard County Brain Injury Lawyer!
Our attorneys are dedicated to providing each client with attentive counsel
and aggressive representation, as well as to obtaining fair compensation
for each case. As members of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®,
we have successfully recovered millions of dollars in damages over the
years. Our firm also holds memberships with the National Trial Lawyers
Association and the American Association for Justice. Contact our offices
at your earliest convenience to set up a free consultation with an experienced
attorney who can win the results you need. We represent clients in
Melbourne, and the rest of Brevard County.