Brain injury cases may be among the most difficult personal injury cases to resolve. Insurance companies do not acknowledge the real issues associated with a brain injury, but choose instead to dismiss them as little more than a bump on the head. If you have suffered a brain injury in an accident that you did not cause, it is important that you seek the advice of a qualified personal injury lawyer who can protect your interests at every stage.
At The Weinberger Law Firm, we have extensive experience representing clients in a wide variety of traumatic brain injury claims. Our substantial background with these cases has given us a deep understanding of the impact brain injuries can have on victims. We have seen, firsthand, the memory issues, mood swings, motor skill issues and other complications that arise for brain injury victims. We will do everything in our power to see that you receive full compensation for your current and future needs.
In the process of evaluating any brain injury claim, consideration must be given to the long-term impact on the victim. In some instances, the client will never recover to the level of capability he or she enjoyed prior to the accident. This decreased capability can result in a reduction in earning capacity, loss of enjoyment of life and other considerations that all call for compensation.
Our Sacramento personal injury attorney knows how to assess the losses you have suffered and the monetary value that should be associated with them. We present the most compelling possible case in support of your right to damages and work to negotiate a fair settlement on your behalf. We are skilled litigators, however, and we will not hesitate to take your case to court in an effort to protect your interests.
No matter what type of brain injury you have suffered, you would do well to contact a Sacramento injury attorney for a free case evaluation. We will advise you of your rights and explain how we can help you. Please call us at (916) 357-6767 or send us an email to schedule an appointment.