Common Causes of Brain Injuries

How and Why Brain Injuries Happen

While the brain has the ability to heal itself to some extent, it can sustain and long-lasting serious injury if a person's head and skull are hit with enough force. There are a variety of circumstances in which someone can sustain a serious brain injury, such as: 

  • Slip and fall accidents caused by unkept structures and negligence 
  • Car, truck, bus, and motorcycle accidents
  • Injuries in the workplace, particularly in construction-related jobs and other hands-on professions that can be hazardous
  • Fights and assaults
  • Exposure to toxic compounds, chemicals, and gasses

If you sustain a brain injury from one of the above situations, and/or you develop symptoms of brain injury such as a loss of motor functions, slurred speech, or seizure-like symptoms, among others, it's vital that you receive immediate medical assistance. If your injury is the fault of someone else, this makes your medical condition a legal matter, and you should also consult with an attorney so you can get the maximum amount of compensation from the responsible party. 

The team at Carpenter & Zuckerman knows how to best navigate these often confusing cases, and we how to get insurance companies and responsible parties to listen to our demands. Speak with our team today if you've been the victim of a traumatic brain injury case. 

Don't Just Hope for Full Compensation – Demand It

Insurance companies have teams of skilled lawyers who are tasked with proving that a particular injury is indeed the fault of the victim, and that the insurance company is not responsible for providing compensation. Therefore, injury victims require skilled and experience legal representatives who know how to navigate these case types and win their clients financial recovery. Compensation cannot simply be asked for – it must be demanded. 

Carpenter & Zuckerman's proven track record means that our veteran team of litigators can offer accident victims the absolute strongest representation and case when seeking compensation. We have a large team of skilled litigators who are ready to fight for justice in your case. We take each of our injury cases seriously, and we will not stop until our clients get the outcomes they deserve. 

If you or a loved one are the victim of a brain injury causes by someone else's negligence, get in touch with our experienced brain injury lawyers today to discuss your case. Fill out the form for a FREE consultation. 

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