Your Glendale brain injury lawyer will analyze your case and determine
which of the following damages you may be able to receive if you choose
to pursue a claim:
Medical bills and monitoring: This includes initial emergency care, life-support services, and monitoring
to detect any effects of future brain damage which may become apparent over time
Pain and suffering: You can receive compensation for both short and long-term impairments
which have an impact on how much you enjoy life (i.e., incontinence, chronic
headaches, or paralysis)
Lost wages: Negligent parties can be held responsible for the wages you lost as a result
of having to take time off from work.
Lifestyle changes: This includes all activities you have had to give up because of your
brain injury, including hiking in the woods, playing with your children,
going to the gym, and so on
Lifecare: Should you or a loved one require home care and other non-medical needs
(i.e., cooking, driving, cleaning), the negligent party could be held
financially responsible for those costs
Future damages: Unfortunately, individuals with brain damage often have issues that will
come up in the future.
Punitive damages: You may be entitled to punitive damages if the person who caused your
brain injury was reckless, malicious, or intended to harm you in their actions
Proving injuries and damages in a brain injury case can not only be challenging,
but it can be expensive, especially if you do not know where to turn for
Why You Should Consult a Glendale Brain Injury Attorney
A knowledgeable Glendale brain injury attorney at Binder Law Group, PLC
not only has experience in handling mild to traumatic brain injuries.
We have the resources necessary to determine the extent of your injury,
the potential future damages you are eligible for, and an expert investigative
team to determine what caused your injury as well as what your needs are
today and going forward.
To speak to a Personal injury attorney Glendale at Binder Law Group, PLC
for free, we invite you to call