Orlando Lawyers Representing Traumatic Brain Injury Victims
At Page & Eichenblatt, an Orlando traumatic brain injury attorney will provide the legal advice and help that a brain injury victim and that victim’s family will need. If you have sustained a traumatic brain injury, or if the victim is a family member, arrange to speak with an experienced Orlando injury attorney at Page & Eichenblatt. Call us now at 407-386-1900, or use the online contact form here on our website. For over twenty-five years, the Florida injury attorneys at Page & Eichenblatt have been effective advocates for the rights of brain injury victims in the Orlando area and throughout central Florida.
Your first legal consultation with Page & Eichenblatt is free with no obligation. Traumatic brain injury victims pay no attorney’s fee until and unless the legal team at Page & Eichenblatt recovers a settlement or a judgment on your behalf.
What Should You Know About Traumatic Brain Injuries?
At Page & Eichenblatt, we are proud that we’ve helped traumatic brain injury victims recover the compensation that they need and deserve. Traumatic brain injuries can be exceedingly complex injuries, and succeeding with a personal injury claim that arises from a brain injury is never easy.
Traumatic brain injuries – TBIs – are classified as severe, moderate, or mild. Most TBIs are “mild,” but a mild brain injury is still a dangerous medical condition. Insurance companies don’t like to make payouts for “mild” brain injuries – so a victim will need a good lawyer’s help.
Most traumatic brain injuries happen when a blow or a jolt to the head unnaturally causes the brain to “crash” or “slam” into the skull. About three out of four traumatic brain injuries are concussions, but even a mild concussion can cause medical trouble for the rest of a victim’s life.
How Will the Legal Team at Page & Eichenblatt Help You?
By investigating your case comprehensively and developing a compelling legal strategy, an experienced Orlando traumatic brain injury attorney at Page & Eichenblatt will fight hard to help you recover the costs of your medical treatment, your lost earnings, and your related damages.
It’s hard to imagine how life changes after a TBI. It can be devastating for the victim and for his or her family. In the Orlando area, if you or someone you love has sustained a brain injury because someone else was negligent, you must have help from an experienced injury attorney.
How Are Most Tbi-related Injury Claims Resolved?
After representing brain injury victims for a quarter of a century, the injury attorneys at Page & Eichenblatt know precisely how devastating a traumatic brain injury can be. Our experience helps us to tell your story passionately and convincingly to a jury – if your case goes to trial.
However, in Florida, most TBI-related cases don’t go to trial. In fact, most personal injury claims arising from traumatic brain injuries in this state are resolved privately and out-of-court. Most traumatic brain injury victims do not even have to make a courtroom appearance.
Traumatic brain injuries are serious injuries. Sometimes, they’re fatal injuries. It is imperative to know the dangers, to take the appropriate safety measures, and to seek medical attention at once if you or your child may have sustained a traumatic brain injury.
What Happens After Someone Suffers a Traumatic Brain Injury?
A traumatic brain injury victim must receive immediate medical treatment. If you are injured in the Orlando area and you suffer a blow to the head, or if your head is violently shaken in an accident, seek treatment at once. Swift medical attention can be essential for a full recovery.
TBI victims may suffer from fatigue and depression. Some experience withdrawal and/or sudden mood swings. Symptoms may also include memory loss, dizziness, seizures, and blackouts. The long-term effects of a severe TBI can include impaired brain function and permanent disability.
TBIs are sometimes deceptive or difficult to detect. Especially if you sustain a mild TBI, you may not even realize at first that you’ve been injured, so you should have a medical examination immediately and be ultra-cautious about any incident that involves a blow or a jolt to the head.
What Does Tbi Therapy and Rehabilitation Cost?
Outpatient TBI therapy can run as much as $1,000 a day, and hospital-based rehabilitation can cost up to $8,000 a day. The costs can pile up quickly, even for a mild brain injury. Obviously, severe traumatic brain injury victims will require the maximum available compensation.
If you believe that you have suffered a TBI, or if a medical examination indicates TBI, you may be referred to a neurosurgeon to determine how severe the injury is. For some TBI victims, that’s the beginning of long-term treatment that may involve multiple surgeries and extensive therapy.
In fact, without help from a good injury attorney, only the most affluent families can pay for the long-term, quality care that a traumatic brain injury victim may require. Speak to the legal team at Page & Eichenblatt in Orlando as swiftly as possible after a brain injury has been diagnosed.
We Fight Aggressively for the Compensation You Need
An experienced injury lawyer at Page & Eichenblatt will fight for the compensation that lets a TBI victim seek the best treatment. We routinely work with medical authorities and accident experts to gather the evidence that will let a TBI victim prevail in court or in private negotiations.
If you suffer a TBI – or if someone you love sustains a brain injury – in a traffic accident, a sports accident, or in another scenario that may be related to negligence, an experienced Orlando brain injury attorney can explain your options and rights and offer the advice you need.
You Don’t Pay an Attorney’s Fee Until You Are Compensated
Your first consultation with an experienced injury attorney at Page & Eichenblatt is provided at no charge and with no obligation. When you are a client at Page & Eichenblatt, you pay no attorney’s fee unless and until we recover the compensation that you are entitled to by law.
The personal injury attorneys at Page & Eichenblatt have effectively represented traumatic brain injury victims in central Florida for over twenty-five years. Put our legal team to work for you.
Call Page & Eichenblatt at 407-386-1900, or use the contact form here on our website. Our offices are located at 214 South Lucerne Circle East in Orlando. If you are a TBI victim, or if the victim is a loved one, make the call. A good lawyer’s help is an injury victim’s basic legal right.