How To Win a TBI Case
Justin Sheldon—January 21, 2022
When you suffer a traumatic brain injury, it can be extremely challenging to win your case. Even if you can prove that the accident wasn’t your fault, the problem of proving a TBI is difficult. This guide was created for those who have been through this process and for their family members. A TBI lawsuit can be very complex. There are many steps that need to be taken to prove a brain injury and obtain the right treatments. This guide aims to provide some helpful advice for those working through the process.
First, you should meet with a personal injury lawyer to explain the extent of your injuries. If they are severe, you may need assistance to perform even the simplest tasks, such as walking. You might also suffer from migraines and have difficulty focusing on tasks. All these issues must be considered when determining what kind of treatments you will need and how much compensation you should ultimately receive. The first step is to contact a TBI lawyer. An experienced attorney will have the ability to gather medical records and help you connect with reputable medical providers.
Once you have been evaluated by your primary care physician, you should find a specialist with experience working with brain injuries. A specialist will know what to look for as your TBI progresses and can start proper treatment right away.
There are many types of traumatic brain injury cases that involve the wrongful conduct of another party. This type of claim involves future damages, and it is crucial that you pick the right doctor for your case. A skilled lawyer will know which doctors are the best to represent you.
For professional legal representation in a traumatic brain injury case, contact the attorneys at Breit Biniazan.
After graduating, cum laude from the University of Richmond School of Law in 2011, Justin Sheldon began his legal career with a large national firm doing high-stakes business litigation. He soon moved on to a boutique firm specializing in auto products liability litigation throughout the United States.