After you are in an accident and you suspect that you have a head injury, we urge you to get to an emergency room or urgent care facility as soon as you possibly can. Make sure that you thoroughly explain everything that hurts or that you think is injured to your doctor so that you can have a complete checkup from them and address any issues so you can get ahead of it and start your treatment as soon as possible. You want to be able to receive the diagnosis for traumatic brain injury right away so that you can get on the path to recovery.
When we seek justice, we are seeking justice in the form of compensation that comes from the insurance company who represents the liable party who caused your accident. Our South Carolina traumatic brain injury lawyers will be there by your side every step of the way to defend you against the liable party’s insurance company. They will likely come to us with a lowball offer for your first settlement because they want to see if they can get away with that. We are there to guide you into making the choices that will offer you the fullest compensation possible. If that means that we have to take this case all the way to trial to get you the results that are full and fair, then we will do so. We prep every case as if it is going to trial so that we are never surprised. There will be negotiations and most cases do settle before trial; however, you can rest assured knowing that we are ready for anything.
If you need fierce and dependable representation for your case, please get in contact with our South Carolina traumatic brain injury lawyers as soon as possible. We offer free consultations so that you can get an idea of what to expect for this case and what your next steps should be. We have handled many cases like yours successfully bringing justice to those who have been wronged by careless and negligent parties.
TBI is also known as a traumatic brain injury. These types of injuries come from accidents where you suffered trauma to the head, neck and/or back. An accident that results in a TBI is typically going to be the more severe types of accidents. For example, if you are involved in a slip and fall, you could break bones or you could hit your head on something as you fall down or hit your head on the concrete and suffer a TBI. Traumatic brain injuries are also very commonly seen in auto accidents and bicycle accidents. You might also experience traumatic brain injuries in sports.
Traumatic brain injuries are not only concussions but sometimes brain bleeds, as well. It’s extremely important that you get immediate medical attention for a TBI due to the severity of the injuries and the potential to cause lifelong struggles if you don’t get immediate attention. Once you have sought immediate medical attention then you should reach out to our South Carolina traumatic brain injury lawyers right away.
As mentioned, you need to make sure that you get immediate medical care for your traumatic brain injury. We need to see a diagnosis of TBI in order to bring a claim for that injury. Oftentimes, when you have a TBI, you also have other injuries, such as fractures or damage to your spinal cord, as well as head neck or back injuries. Getting an early diagnosis means that you can get immediate treatment because these types of injuries won’t get better on their own and there are consequences to not getting this diagnosis or treatment right away.
One of the biggest mistakes that you can make in any personal injury case is to delay getting the medical care that you need. Not only is it life-threatening, it can also just lead to unnecessary suffering. No one wants to see you have to go through any more suffering than you already have. If you can get treatment right away, it is a mistake not to do so. Our South Carolina traumatic brain injury lawyers have seen far too many clients come to us and ask what we can do for them but they have yet to seek medical treatment and diagnosis. This is not good for your health or your case.
Your case can be affected by a delay or lack of medical attention. We need to be able to find out what your medical recovery is going to look like and we can’t do that unless you get yourself in front of a doctor. The insurance company will be looking to see how you act after your accident and if they see that you waited to get medical treatment, then they are likely going to claim that you either lied about how you got your injuries or lied about how badly you were suffering. Any delay in treatment says to them that you weren’t in as much pain as you said you were or you got this injury in a different accident that does not involve their client, washing their hands clean of responsibility for your compensation.
Another mistake that you need to avoid Is giving a recorded statement to the insurance company. The insurance company is going to try to get you to talk to them about the accident. They do this under the impression that they were going to move your case along and get you a settlement. While they will move your case along, it’s not always going to be something that is fair. They want you to say something that could either diminish the value of your claim or wash their hands of responsibility for your claim. Don’t talk to the insurance company or give them a statement until you first speak to our South Carolina traumatic brain injury lawyers.
When we take on a case for traumatic brain injury and we are seeking justice, we are doing so in the form of financial compensation. We determine the value of your case based on several factors so that we can hold the liable party’s feet to the flame and fight until we see a result that accurately reflects what you have suffered through.
In order to be able to make a determination of your compensation, we need to know what your maximum medical recovery is going to be. Your maximum medical recovery tells us how long it will take to recover from your injuries and what kind of treatments you are expected to get in your lifetime.
Sometimes, people suffer from their TBI’s forever and other times there is a recovery period in which they are expected to get almost back to normal.
There are two types of compensation that we will fight for: non-economic damages and economic damages.
Your non-economic damages are things like your pain and suffering. If you have trouble concentrating and you have constant headaches after your TBI, then that would be considered a non-economic damages that we would collect compensation for.
Economic damages are all of the things that cost you money because you have a TBI. That includes your lost wages for missing work for recovery, as well as medical bills.
Our South Carolina traumatic brain injury lawyers take all of your non-economic and economic damages into consideration when we value your claim so that we can fight for a result that is full and fair.
Our South Carolina traumatic brain injury lawyers are here to protect your rights to a full and fair result. We are dedicated to bringing our clients justice after they have been wronged by a negligent party who has left them with a traumatic brain injury. We give a good fight to protect your rights and hold the liable party accountable for what they have done to you and how they have caused you to suffer.
Traumatic brain injuries can leave someone with lifelong struggles, and we want your compensation award to accurately reflect everything that you’ve been through because of this liable party. If you are interested in fierce and dependable representation, please call our South Carolina traumatic brain injury lawyers right away to set up your first free consultation.