Brain Injury FAQs
At the Atlanta, Georgia law office of Mitchell & Shapiro, traumatic brain and head injury lawyer Richard C. Mitchell represents catastrophic personal injury victims statewide. Our traumatic brain injury lawyers provide victims statewide dedicated, knowledgeable, and aggressive representation. We have handled countless head injury lawsuits and have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of past clients. Since our firm’s establishment in 1997, we have protected the rights as a victim and provide expert guidance throughout the legal process.
If you have suffered traumatic brain injury as a result of an auto accident, a construction accident, or medical malpractice, contact the Atlanta, Georgia head injury attorneys at our law firm today; schedule a free consultation.
What is traumatic brain injury (TBI)?
- A traumatic brain injury (TBI) affects one or more area of the brain, often causing victims to suffer impairment to memory, vision, communication, and/or mobility. Typically caused by a sudden, violent blow to the head – such as the impact of a victim’s head with a dashboard during a car accident – even seemingly minor head injuries can produce long-term problems.
- According to the Mayo Clinic, 1.4 million Americans suffer traumatic brain injuries annually. Even seemingly minor brain injuries can produce long-term problems. If you have suffered a severe head injury, contact an Atlanta, Georgia traumatic brain injury attorney and schedule a case consultation and evaluation.
Who can sue for traumatic brain injury?
- Anyone who suffers a traumatic brain injury as a result of another party’s reckless, careless, or negligent actions may be eligible to file a lawsuit. Whether your head injury was sustained in an auto accident, workplace accident, or as the result of a dangerous product or unsafe premises, you can bring a claim against the responsible party.
Can a brain injury occur if a victim does not lose consciousness?
- Yes. According to numerous medical studies, a permanent brain injury may occur without the loss of consciousness. Severe injuries may exist even when all imaging studies, such as MRI and CT scans, are negative. Traumatic brain injury victims experience diminished or altered consciousness, impaired cognitive abilities, impaired physical functioning, as well as altered emotional or behavioral responses. Head injury victims do not necessarily lose consciousness.
Even minor brain injuries can produce long-lasting problems.
- If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury, contact our Atlanta, Georgia head injury attorneys today and schedule a consultation and case evaluation. Our catastrophic personal injury lawyers provide exceptional legal services to victims nationwide.
Contact Our Atlanta, Georgia Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys
At the law office of Mitchell & Shapiro, our head injury and traumatic brain injury attorneys have the knowledge and experience necessary to maximize your claim. We have successfully represented many brain injury victims and boast an impressive track record of substantial verdicts and settlements. If you have suffered as the result of another party’s recklessness, carelessness, or negligence, contact our catastrophic injury lawyers and arrange a case consultation. We will evaluate your case and fight to maximize your claim.