Personal injury lawyer David Kendall and our legal team know how head and brain injuries can change the lives of victims and their families. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can alter a person’s ability to think, move and control his or her emotions. The person may need significant medical treatment, lose the ability to work and experience tremendous pain and suffering.
If you or a loved one sustained a head or brain injury due to the negligence of another, our law firm can help. We can explore all of your legal options and pursue compensation that allows you or your family member to get needed medical care and move forward in life.
Our law firm has extensive experience with assisting brain injury victims in Charlottesville, Winchester, Harrisonburg and surrounding areas in Virginia, including child victims. Please see Our Results to learn more about the $2,375,000 settlement that our firm obtained on behalf of a child who suffered a closed head injury in a school bus accident. To discuss the specific facts in your case, contact us today. We will provide a free consultation.
Unfortunately, thousands of individuals and families throughout Virginia face the challenges brought on by head and brain injuries.
As our personal injury attorneys have seen, many people suffer TBI due to the careless and reckless conduct of others.
In your case, Kendall Law Firm will conduct a comprehensive investigation. We can inspect the scene of your accident, analyze photos and surveillance camera footage, interview eyewitnesses and examine many other pieces of evidence. We can also consult with experts in accident reconstruction.
By thoroughly investigating your case, we can determine the cause of your brain injury. We will use that information to pursue compensation for all physical, emotional and financial losses that you and your family have suffered through either a settlement or verdict.
You should understand the type of brain injury that you have suffered. The type of brain injury will determine many key aspects in your case, including:
A mild form of TBI involves slight damage to the brain. A concussion is an example of mild TBI. A concussion requires a relatively brief recovery period. However, if a person suffers TBI of any kind before the concussion has healed, the person may suffer severe, long-lasting harm. This is called “second impact syndrome.”
Severe TBI occurs when the brain sustains extensive damage, or when a person suffers significant loss of oxygen due to heavy bleeding.
As part of our investigation of your case, Kendall Law Firm will review your medical records and consult with knowledge medical experts. We can assess the nature and extent of the damage you have suffered and seek just compensation for that damage.
Many people who experience falls or get involved in auto accidents suffer a form of brain injury without realizing it. This is why you should pay close attention to symptoms of TBI during the hours and days after an accident.
If you get involved in an accident of any kind, you should see a doctor as soon as possible, regardless of whether you detect any of the above signs of TBI. A doctor can examine you and order an X-ray, MRI, CT scan or other tests and start you on a course of treatment that could include surgery, medication and ongoing therapy.
The Kendall Law Firm has more than 30 years of experience with representing catastrophic injury victims in Charlottesville, Winchester, Harrisonburg and throughout Virginia, including brain injury victims. If another person’s negligence caused you or a loved one to suffer TBI, we can start work on your case immediately and pursue the compensation you deserve. To learn more about how our law firm can help you, call or reach us online today and receive a free consultation.
My attorney worked hard to negotiate a maximum settlement amount with the insurance company. And he was ready to go to court, if that’s what it was going to take for me to be treated fairly.
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