Brain Injuries Frequently Asked Questions

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What is a traumatic brain injury?

A traumatic brain injury occurs when you receive a blunt force on the head and the standard functions of your brain decline. In this case, you need a brain injury lawyer because they know in depth all the details of this type of incident and how to represent you legally, so that you receive compensation from the person who was responsible for your brain injury. Learn More

How many people suffer from TBI?

It's hard to say exactly, but almost 1.7 million Americans suffer from traumatic brain injury each year. The most alarming is that more than 52,000 dies from a brain injury type 1 and approximately 125,000 are affected for life by a type 2 brain injury. In any of the 2 cases, both victims and family have asked for legal help, and in a way, another brain injury lawyers have helped alleviate the trauma and living conditions of these people. Learn More

What can cause a brain injury?

The leading causes of TBI are: Slip and fall and Traffic accidents with motor vehicles. Learn More

What are the costs of a personal injury lawyer?

Brain injury lawyers, like all lawyers, reach an agreement with clients. Each case is unique and different. Our first consultation is free, so we always recommend that you come in person. If you want more information go to the contingency rate article for injury rate. Learn More

If I have suffered a brain injury, what legal claim can I file?

Your claim will depend on the circumstances in which you suffered the brain damage. You can file legal cases to claim your condition if you were involved in a traffic accident if you fell or tripped or were attacked or assaulted if you had an accident at work; if you were hospitalized due to malpractice of a doctor or due to the carelessness of the hospital that caused the brain incident. All these are situations in which you can present a legal case and demand compensation, if you have more doubts about it, remember that our first consultation is free and the brain injury lawyers of Gallardo Law Firm are at your disposal. Learn More

What are the benefits that a personal injury lawyer can get me to obtain? Will my therapies be paid for? Will I receive financial help?

Everything depends on the magnitude of your injury and what you need to recover. Of course, an excellent personal injury lawyer with the right information and experience that characterizes us can win your case and demand fair compensation. Among the benefits that a brain injury lawyer will earn for you are: Financial help to pay: doctor appointments, treatments, therapies, and transportation. Loss of work, domestic support, and compensation for all the suffering caused not only to you but your family members also. Learn More

I had an accident several years ago. Can I still present my case?

Time is an ally that we should always have in our favor, but that does not mean that your case will be dismissed. Sometimes some people realize months after the accident, that they have suffered brain damage. That is why it is always recommended that after a blow to the head you should see a doctor and then call a lawyer. Learn More

How do doctors diagnose someone with TBI?

Doctors can diagnose a brain injury with the following tests: X-rays, A Tomography, An MRI, Vision and hearing tests, A psychological assessment, Blood test Learn More

I suffered a brain injury while playing sports. Do I have reasons to make a claim?

Sports leagues, schools, coaches must all take the necessary measures so that athletes do not take risks. Come to our first consultation that is free and the lawyers of Gallardo Law Firm will study your case and determine if we can make a legal claim so that you receive compensation. Learn More

I slipped and fell while on someone's property. I hit my head, and I have a brain injury. Can I file a lawsuit?

If the evidence shows that the owner of the place did not deal with danger on the property and this caused your injuries, our brain injury lawyers in Miami can help you file your case legally. Learn More