Los Angeles Brain Injury Attorney
Brain Injury Cases in Los Angeles: Injury Claims
Approximately two hundred thousand individuals are hospitalized annually
with a brain injury. Approximately one-quarter of this number die and
almost 50% of will be left with a disability. Regardless of movie plots
and TV shows, most brain injuries do not result in a coma or vegetative
state. A brain injury may cause frequent or chronic headaches, dizziness,
memory difficulties, impaired coordination or balance, personality changes,
insomnia, blurred vision, loss of cognitive ability and other serious
symptoms. Most brain injuries result from an external blow to the head
but can also result from a powerful shaking motion which can cause the
brain to move inside the skull which can occur in a
bike accident or pedestrian accident. If you have suffered a brain injury it is important
to have the assistance of a
Los Angeles personal injury attorney to determine what compensation might be owed to you.
Brain Injury Lawyer in Los Angeles
When a person has been severely injured as a result of the negligence of
another, it is only fair according to the law that the victim be reimbursed
for any related expenses past and future and compensated for other losses
including wages, enjoyment of life and pain and suffering. Insurance company
representatives may seem concerned and even sympathetic but their duty
to their employer is to keep compensation to an absolute minimum. Don't
be fooled into signing any settlement agreement without first consulting
a skilled brain injury lawyer from our firm who can fully advise you on
the settlement you are owed.
We will investigate the circumstances of your accident, consult medical
and other experts concerning future care you may need and the full extent
of any disability. Call Okabe & Haushalter to consult with a skilled
personal injury lawyer who is prepared to help.
Contact a Los Angeles Brain Injury Attorney
at our firm is determined to obtain the maximum in compensation which is
owed to an injured client.