Virginia Brain Injury Attorney
Traumatic brain injuries affect who we are and the way we think. They affect the way we act and feel and they can change everything about us. Approximately 1.5 million Americans sustain traumatic brain injuries every year. Traumatic brain injuries can have devastating consequences for victims and their families. At The Meade Law Firm, we understand how these injuries can affect all aspects of your career and close relationships.
Personal injury cases involving traumatic brain injuries are very challenging. Individuals who have sustained traumatic brain injuries may look “normal” but do not feel or act normal. Standard medical tests might not even show the injury.
Traumatic brain injury cases frequently require special experts in order to prove and explain the complexity of this injury to judges, juries, and insurance companies. If you have heard your doctor use phrases like “closed head injury” or “post-concussion syndrome” to describe your medical condition, then you may have suffered a traumatic brain injury.
A severe traumatic brain injury frequently involves skull fractures, subdural hematomas, brain hemorrhage, and amnesia. Mild traumatic brain injuries are more difficult to recognize. The following symptoms may be associated with traumatic brain injuries:
- Ringing in the ears
- Difficulties making decisions
- Blurred vision
- Balance difficulties
- Impaired judgment
- Memory loss
- Altered sense of taste
- Altered sense of smell
- Personality changes
- Reduced attention
- Inability to concentrate
Personal injury attorney Ed Meade at The Meade Law Firm has successfully handled a number of brain injury cases and is especially well-qualified to be your advocate. He will work closely with your treating doctors in order to prove the full extent of your injuries. These injuries can have devastating and life-altering consequences not only for the victims but also for the family. Traumatic brain injuries are frequently caused by auto accidents and other vehicular accidents. Brain injuries can also be caused by falls, industrial accidents, sport injuries, and physical assaults. Over five million Americans are living with a disability resulting from a traumatic brain injury.
At The Meade Law Firm, we put our resources to work for you. We hire accident reconstruction experts and forensic engineers to evaluate and prove liability and fault. We hire nurses and vocation rehabilitation specialists in order to prove future medical costs and future lost earnings. We hire any experts needed in order to prove the full extent of the injuries and damages. We have the skill, resources, and experience necessary to prove your case and hold the at-fault party and their insurance company accountable.
If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury, please contact Ed Meade at The Meade Law Firm today in order to schedule a free personal injury case evaluation. We want to help. (804) 377-2273.