Lawyers For People Who Have Suffered A Traumatic Brain Injury

When people think of a traumatic brain injury, the most severe symptoms such as coma often come to mind. The truth is, though, even a concussion can lead to permanent damage to the victim's short- and long-term memory, cognitive abilities and even functions of the body.

If you suspect you or a loved one may have suffered a head injury in an accident, see a doctor immediately, then call Saunders Law Group in Bartow, Florida, at 863-578-4755 to talk to one of our attorneys. We offer a free consultation to evaluate your legal needs.

Double Board-Certified Civil Trial And Business Litigation Specialists

Saunders Law Group is committed to fighting for the rights of TBI victims. We are a team of double board-certified specialists with a strong record of results on behalf of our clients. There are fewer than 100 double board-certified law firms in Florida. Opposing attorneys and insurance companies know we come to court backed by the highest credentials.

A traumatic brain injury ("TBI") is a life-altering condition, and can dramatically change the way an individual completes day-to-day tasks and responsibilities.

TBI results when the skull or brain sustains a severe impact. Victims of brain damage experience excruciating pain, headaches, depression, insomnia, loss of bodily functions, loss of motor skills and many other serious side effects. If you or a loved one suffers from a TBI that resulted from someone else's negligence, you should speak with a skilled and experienced attorney as soon as possible.

Proving Your Injury Resulted From Another Party's Negligence

Suffering a brain or back injury can seriously affect the way you live your life. Simple, everyday tasks can become intensely challenging. Additionally, your family and loved ones will most likely need to provide close and attentive care for you for some time to come.

Steps to take to seek the compensation you are entitled to:

  • Get medical attention: You must seek medical attention immediately, not only for your health, but for your case. In order to prove you are a victim, you must have the full extent of your injuries diagnosed. Not seeking medical aid can greatly jeopardize your health and ability to recover full compensation.
  • Talk to an attorney with in-depth experience in serious personal injury litigation: Next, contact an attorney at our firm. Your lawyer can gather evidence and begin building a case to prove that you are entitled to seek justice in the form of financial damages.

Our experience, knowledge and proven record of success mean that our attorneys can quickly and effectively determine whether or not your injury was caused by another's negligence.

The More Complex The Injury, The More Experience Your Lawyer Will Need
Wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases such as TBI and spinal cord injury are won and lost on getting the details right from the very beginning. If the injured party does not seek proper medical attention, fails to follow the orders of his or her doctor and does not hire a skilled attorney, the chances of success are unlikely. However, if a victim takes legal action immediately after the injury, retains experienced counsel and can prove negligence, obtaining just compensation for a traumatic brain injury is possible.

Call Us For A Free Consultation About Your Case

Call us at 863-578-4755 or use our email form to request a return call to schedule a free consultation with an attorney. We handle all personal injury litigation cases on a contingency-fee basis. You don't pay attorney's fees unless we are able to help you recover money in a negotiated settlement or trial verdict.