Traumatic Brain & Head Injury Attorneys
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Traumatic Brain & Head Injury Attorneys
An individual’s life can change in the matter of seconds. Recovering from a traumatic brain injury can take several years. While you or someone you love fights to recover from a serious personal injury matter, the last thing you need is to worry about fighting for compensation.
At McDonald & Cody, we understand what accident victims go through when coping with traumatic brain injuries, and we’’re here to help. With decades of experience, our brain injury trial attorneys have the skill, knowledge, and resources to stand up for accident victims’ rights.
Our experienced attorneys will review your case for free and answer all your questions. We do not charge any fees unless we recover payment for you. Call us or contact us now to get started.
types of brain injury
cases we handle
McDonald & Cody traumatic brain & head injury trial attorneys handle lawsuits regarding the following types of accidents:
In traumatic brain & head injury lawsuits involving motor vehicle accidents, the defendant is commonly a driver who failed to operate his or her vehicle responsibly.
Medical malpractice occurs when any act or omission by a physician during treatment of a patient that deviates from accepted norms of practice in the medical community causes an injury to the patient.
When a worker suffers a brain injury on the job, they may be able to recover compensation through workers’ compensation benefits.
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Contact us today for a free and confidential consultation about your legal rights after experiencing traumatic brain & head injury.
Why McDonald & Cody?
The philosophy at McDonald & Cody, LLC is to provide maximum results, one client at a time. We are dedicated to our cases and strive for quick, full and maximum compensation.
Due to its primary role over proper body functioning, any damage to the brain can significantly impair an individual’s life and certainly qualifies as catastrophic. Traumatic brain injuries can result in:
- Cognitive difficulties
- Immense pain
- Personality changes
- Reduction or loss of muscle control
- Loss of sexual function
- Diminished or loss of bladder and bowel control
Individuals affected by traumatic brain injuries may find it difficult or impossible to return to work. In severe cases, individuals with spine injuries may need round-the-clock medical care and physical assistance. The stress, emotional turmoil, and financial strain stemming from the traumatic brain injury can also take an immense toll on the physical and mental health of the victim’s family members. Traumatic brain injuries can also lead to the death of a loved one.
What Compensation Could I Recieve?
When an individual files a lawsuit after suffering a traumatic brain and injury, they may be able to receive compensation for economic and non-economic damages:
- Medical Bills: In a brain injury lawsuit, victims may claim compensation for any medical bills related to the injury such as doctors’ visits, hospitalization, rehabilitation, and occupational therapy.
- Pain and Suffering: Victims of brain injuries may be eligible to pursue monetary damages for any lasting physical or emotional pain, such as brain damage or amnesia.
- Loss of Life’s Enjoyment: In a successful brain injury lawsuit, the plaintiff may also be entitled to compensation for their inability to participate in activities that they once enjoyed.
- Lost Wages: Individuals who suffer brain injuries may miss substantial time at work. By filing a brain injury lawsuit, victims may be able to recover compensation for any lost wages that resulted from the brain trauma. Additionally, victims may also receive compensation for any damage to their future earning ability.
- Wrongful Death: When a brain injury is fatal, the victims’ family may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit. In these cases, the family can pursue compensation for any financial damages, such as funeral costs or lost wages, resulting from their loved one’s death.
Members of the family may also be able to file a lawsuit for the unique losses they face, including pain and suffering and loss of companionship.