Traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases are complex, requiring compassion and nuanced understanding of both medical and legal issues. At Frekhtman and Associates, our attorneys have decades of experience securing justice for TBI victims in New York. We provide relentless advocacy to hold negligent parties accountable and obtain the maximum compensation you deserve.
Understanding Traumatic Brain Injuries
Before diving into litigation specifics, it’s important to understand these devastating injuries, their impacts, and medical aspects.
What are the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury?
TBI can produce a diverse range of physical, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral effects:
Physical symptoms: Headaches, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, sensitivity to light or sound, balance issues, motor problems.
Case Results: Record-Setting Verdicts and Settlements for TBI Victims
While no amount of money can undo a traumatic brain injury, financial compensation enables access to lifetime care and improves quality of life. Our track record includes:
$69 Million Settlement for Motor Vehicle Accident…
$46 Million Verdict for construction worker TBI…
$30 Million Verdict for Medical Malpractice…
While past results do not guarantee future outcomes, our proven ability to secure record-setting compensation shows we will fight relentlessly on your behalf. Every TBI case involving negligence deserves justice. To discuss your situation in a free consultation with our top-rated traumatic brain injury lawyers, contact us today.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are some common causes of traumatic brain injuries?
Common causes include vehicle collisions, slip/trip and falls, assaults, sports impacts, and blast injuries from explosive devices.
What are the first steps after sustaining a TBI?
Seek prompt emergency medical care, follow doctor recommendations, connect with an experienced brain injury attorney to explore legal options, and focus on your health and recovery process.
How much is my TBI case worth?
Valuing traumatic brain injury cases involves a nuanced assessment of medical expenses, lost income, pain/suffering, and other damages. An attorney can analyze case specifics to estimate potential value.
How long do I have to file a TBI claim?
Deadlines vary by state but are typically 2-3 years from the date of injury. Consult a lawyer promptly because even mild TBIs can have hidden effects that manifest over time.