Waco Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney
If you or a family member have suffered a traumatic brain injury, you may be facing a permanent change in your lifestyle. Your ability to earn a living may be impacted. You may lose the ability to contribute to your family life. But most of all, you may be facing huge costly medical expenses and rehabilitation to have some semblance of a normal life again. If your brain injury is the result of another person or entity’s negligence, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your damages.
To find out how the law protects you and how you can get the compensation that is due to you, you should speak with a brain injury lawyer as soon as possible. Craft Law Firm can help you.
- Craft Law Firm is a Texas trial law firm delivering life-changing results to clients who have suffered life-altering injuries.
- We have taken on some of the largest companies in the world and obtained positive, life-changing results for our clients.
- Craft Law Firm has successfully handled cases across the United States and around the world, securing recognition within VerdictSearch’s Top Verdicts in Texas and Top Verdicts in the United States.
We understand the physical pain and mental anguish that victims and their families go through after suffering a traumatic brain injury. We know how much adequate financial compensation can change their situation and secure their future. If you or a family member have suffered a brain injury due to the negligence of another, call us today at 254-212-4107 to speak with one of our experienced Waco personal injury attorneys for free. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, so we never charge a fee unless we win.
Common Traumatic Brain Injury Symptoms
After an accident, a brain injury may not be immediately apparent. If you have suffered head trauma, you should see a medical doctor as a matter of urgency. Some of the symptoms to look out for that may indicate a traumatic brain injury include:
- Nausea or vomiting
- Sensitivity to light or noise
- Difficulty concentrating
- Mood swings
- Blurred vision
- Changes in behavior
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms after an accident, you should seek medical attention immediately.
Common Causes of Traumatic Brain Injury
The Centers for Diseases Control (CDC) reports that almost half of traumatic brain injury-related hospitalizations are the result of falls. Motor vehicle crashes, assaults and firearm-related suicides make up the other half.
Depending on the severity, traumatic brain injuries can result in either short-term or long-term health problems.
Getting Compensation for Your Brain Injury
If your brain injury was the result of another’s negligence or wrongdoing, you will have to prove your case to get financial compensation for your brain injury. To succeed in a case based on negligence, the victim must prove that the defendant owed them a duty of care, which was breached. For example, in a car accident, every driver owes other road users a duty of care and must operate their vehicle safely to avoid causing harm to others. Speeding, driving while intoxicated, or reckless driving are a breach of the duty of care owed to other road users. The victim must also prove that the defendant’s breach of their duty of care was the proximate cause of their injury. And, finally the victim must prove that they suffered actual damages because of their injury.
Proving your case requires legal skill and expert evidence. At Craft Law Firm in Waco, we have the resources to provide the skill and evidence required to support your claim and get you full compensation for the damages you have suffered. Putting together a winning case requires time, which is why you must act quickly after your injury. Under Texas law, you must file your case within two years from the day of the incident that caused your injury.
Contact a Waco Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer
If you or a loved one have suffered a brain injury, do not let time run out in your case. Contact the winning Waco traumatic brain injury team at Craft Law Firm today to schedule your free consultation. Call 254-212-4107 today.