Helping Victims Of Traumatic Brain Injury Recover

Experienced personal injury lawyers know that proving the liability of a negligent defendant is only half the battle and sometimes not even that. You also need to prove your damages, which is often the more difficult issue in the case. Oftentimes even diagnosing the problem is difficult. People don't always realize they are suffering from cognitive impairments.

Proof of damages in traumatic brain injury (TBI) or closed head injury cases can be especially challenging. The human brain is one of the least understood organs of the body, and brain injury symptoms can be especially difficult to identify, diagnose and treat.

At The Law Offices of Mitchell Clair, we can advise you of your options for the proof of damages claims related to mild, moderate or severe TBI. We serve clients in Blue Bell, Lafayette Hill and other communities in Montgomery County.

Seeking The Compensation You Deserve

We work with personal injury victims whose brain injuries were caused by another's negligence in a wide variety of circumstances:

  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Pedestrian or bicycle accidents
  • Public transportation accidents
  • Dangerous property conditions
  • Work-related accidents
  • Construction accidents
  • Defective products

The essential issue in any damages claim is the amount of money it will take to represent fair compensation for actual losses recognized under Pennsylvania law. In a brain injury case, these losses can include lost income, past and future medical expenses, vocational rehabilitation, pain and suffering, and loss of quality of life in the form of sleeplessness, headaches, mood changes, depression or post-traumatic stress.

Brain injury attorney Mitchell Clair works closely with each client to make sure that the injury is correctly diagnosed and the proper treatment is available. He also works with experts from a variety of fields to relate the accident to particular forms of brain trauma and to define the range of symptoms associated with particular injuries. Expert testimony is often also necessary to identify the range of future medical or rehabilitative needs resulting from the injury.

Work With A Skilled, Experienced Attorney

The proper development and presentation of brain injury damages claims leaves nothing to chance or guesswork. To learn how we can work toward the maximum recovery on your TBI claim, call us at 610-228-4371 or 888-365-2811, or contact us online. At our firm, your first consultation is always free.