If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) because of an act of negligence, Brown Paindiris & Scott can help. Our attorneys understand that even a mild traumatic brain injury can be life changing, leading to cognitive issues that range from memory loss to altered personality. We believe that the victims of these brain injuries require maximum compensation in order to ensure they get the best medical care possible.
What Type Of Accident Caused The Brain Injury?
Since 1977, our lawyers have represented people who have suffered brain injuries because of negligence of all types, including:
- Car accident injuries
- Truck crashes
- Motorcycle accident injuries
- Pedestrian injuries
- Medical malpractice and mistakes
- Nursing home injuries
- Premises liability accidents
- Work-related accidents
- Defective product injuries
We take our time in these cases, making certain that we have everything we need before we move forward with a lawsuit. This is important, because we want to make certain that we do not move forward before the full extent of the brain injury is understood. We want to know exactly what damage was caused, as well as the impact that damage will have on the victim now and in the future. When we seek compensation, we want it to cover everything from the cost of wages lost to the cost of medical care the victim may need decades from now.
How can we be certain we have everything we need to proceed? We work with a team of neurologists, neuropsychologists, vocational rehabilitation specialists and life planners when necessary. These experts also testify in regard to these areas when cases need to go to trial.
Claims Handled On A Contingency Basis
All TBI claims are handled on a contingency basis. You are not required to pay any attorney fees unless we get compensation for you.
Learn More About Our Personal Injury Attorneys
These cases are handled by:
- Cheryl Cassella
- David K. Jaffe
- John D. Maxwell
- Bruce E. Newman
- Sean M. Peoples
- J. Lawrence Price
- Cody N. Guarnieri
- Lindsay Weber
Contact Our Connecticut Closed Head Injury Lawyers
With four offices throughout central Connecticut, we are a convenient source of cost-effective and practical legal solutions. Contact us by calling 860-266-4278 for a free consultation to find out more about what our Hartford traumatic brain injury attorneys can do for you.