It has been widely known for years that severe brain injuries can have devastating results for victims and their families. The effects of these injuries may stay with them for the rest of their lives, requiring significant life adjustments to live with them. However, even concussion or mild traumatic injury victims can suffer from post-traumatic headaches, migraines, depression, anxiety, memory problems, sleep problems, personality changes and chronic pain. These symptoms can severely impact the quality of a person’s life and can last for a relatively short period of time and can actually be permanent as well. And it has not been until very recently that science has been able to determine how and why a concussion victim have permanent, debilitating symptoms.
At Pullano Law Offices, we have extensive experience in representing victims that suffer brain injuries that range from mild to severe.No matter the severity, we are committed to helping you maximize the compensation you recover for these injuries with a tenacious pursuit of full justice. In doing so, we work closely with brain injury specialists, including physical medicine and rehabilitation doctors, neurologists, neuropsychologists, and speech therapists to tell the full story of exactly why a patient that suffered a brain injury is having ongoing symptoms months or even years after the original injury. By doing so, we can objectively show there is brain injury even when the MRI or CT scan came back normal. This is the same approach utilized at the leading brain injury treatment centers in the world. We utilize the same approach to secure full justice for our clients. This approach has led to a history of life changing victories and record-setting results in cases involving brain injuries of varying severities.
The most common causes of traumatic brain accidents include:
Some brain injuries and concussions are relatively minor, and can cause little more than brief unconsciousness or altered mental states. Others, however, are much more severe and can result in permanent memory loss, confusion, emotional disturbance, fatigue and loss of problem solving skills. Other times, the patient doesn’t fully understand the significance of their symptoms and only their family is able to fully talk about how the person is different from a personality or behavioral standpoint.
Brain injuries are often referred to as the “Invisible Injury”. Unlike a broken arm, the damage to the brain often can’t be scene. Likewise, the subtle changes in a person cannot always be explained by someone that is not experienced with brain injury law. Plus, an individual that is cognitively impaired can’t possibly understand this “Invisible Injury”. Likewise, a family member that is not experienced in this area of medicine and law can’t help either when they are focused on caring for their injured loved one. As a result, a victim or his/her family is not in the best position to negotiate with an insurance company.
Experienced brain injury attorneys understand the the unique issues that brain injuries present, have worked with the leading brain injury specialists in the country and can persuasively show the full extent of a person’s losses after a brain injury.
We hand-pick our cases to ensure our attorneys are able to provide complete personal attention and a full commitment to pursuing justice in your case. Our attorneys take the time to listen to your needs, fully comprehend the nature of your case and the extent to which you have been suffering.
We have the knowledge, expertise, experience and work with the foremost brain injury experts in the world to help prove your case. By doing so, we are able to tirelessly advocate for you in and out of court to achieve the best results possible.