Contact a New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer Today
The Experienced Legal Team at Keefe Law Firm Is Available to Help
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can affect your entire body and your entire life. A brain injury can silently and suddenly steal the personality and character of a loved one, leaving an apparent stranger in the body of your family member. Often, a TBI requires significant financial resources to cover long-term care and treatment expenses. For many families, the stress of mounting bills and the loss of the loved one is enough to bury them in despair. However, you are not alone. If your loved one has experienced a brain injury, then you need an experienced New Jersey traumatic brain injury lawyer to help you obtain the compensation you deserve.
Contact Keefe Law Firm to speak with a qualified, experienced and knowledgeable trial attorney. Our legal team has represented victims and their families throughout New Jersey and can personally guide you through the claims process to ensure that you receive the recovery that you deserve.
What Are Common Causes of Traumatic Brain Injury?
Traumatic brain injuries are often caused by inertia or by blows to the head. Thus, virtually any accident may result in brain trauma; even a seemingly mild concussion may have far-reaching side effects and can cause more serious brain injuries if left untreated. If you or a loved one has been in an accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, then you may be entitled to receive compensation to recover from your losses. The following are common situations that may lead to a traumatic brain injury:
- Aviation accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Car accidents
- DWI accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Slip/trip and fall accidents
- Trucking accidents
- Workplace accidents
When a person’s brain is injured, he or she may not be aware of the extent of the injury. Often shock, swelling or other injuries will mask the damage to the brain. Unfortunately, once a person sustains a severe brain injury, the portion of the brain impacted may be permanently damaged. Victims may face physical and mental impairment as well as experience loss of motor skills, speech and memory. These serious injuries alter the course of a person’s life forever. Our legal team wants to protect the victim from suffering any further from this accident.
How Can a Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer Help?
If you or a loved one has recently been in a serious accident that resulted in a traumatic brain injury, then you may feel overwhelmed and frustrated. When suffering from someone else’s negligence, very few are prepared to deal with the consequences. Expenses from medical bills to the cost of altering the daily life for the victim can add up quickly and create severe economic strain for a family.
However, a brain injury costs more than money – it can impact every aspect of your life and the lives of your loved ones. These types of losses can be difficult to demonstrate to an insurance company or jury. Therefore, filing a successful claim means working with a New Jersey traumatic brain injury lawyer who understands the full scope of your loss. Our attorneys work with medical experts, lifecare planners, economists and other professionals to fully determine how a TBI affects your life. Our legal team will work tirelessly to make sure that the truth is communicated fairly.
Contact a New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer Today for a Free Consultation
At Keefe Law Firm, our New Jersey brain injury attorneys understand the difficulties your family may be experiencing, and we want to help you. Having won significant verdicts and settlements for clients in similar situations, our lawyers will help you hold accountable those who caused your loved one’s traumatic brain injury.
We provide our clients with the individualized attention they need after suffering a brain injury. With offices located in New Jersey’s Monmouth, Essex and Middlesex Counties, our traumatic brain injury lawyers provide accessible legal services to our local communities for their concerns. Contact us today to receive a free consultation and to understand what your best plan of action may be.