Proof of Damages Claims in Brain Injury Accidents
Those suffering from either a severe brain injury or a mild traumatic brain injury, as the result of someone else’s negligence, are entitled to compensation for their damages. Often, the symptoms are subject to dispute and the prognosis for a full recovery is uncertain. In such cases, an insurance adjuster or their attorney will be very much tempted to fight your claim.
You need a qualified personal injury attorney to help establish your right to compensation for brain injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident, trucking accident, or car accident. Contact a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer at Norton | Bowers | Hofstra, P.C. We can protect your interests to achieve full compensation for you and your family.
The top Denver personal injury attorneys at Norton | Bowers | Hofstra, P.C. know how to investigate and present claims for brain injuries ranging from a mild concussion to severe brain damage or even an extended coma. In the less severe range of cases, known medically as mild or moderate traumatic brain injury, the victim does not often know he or she has suffered an injury. Many times, family members must report the symptoms to doctors as such symptoms are often subtle. Often a mild traumatic brain injury will resolve within the first twelve months. However, symptoms that do not resolve by that time may be considered permanent.