Traumatic brain injuries, or any neurological injuries for that matter, are often devastating. These injuries are complex and require care above and beyond that of a normal physical injury. We have extensive experience representing clients with brain or neck injuries. We have represented clients with neurological injuries from Oklahoma to Montana. We understand the impact a neurological deficit can have on a person’s future, and we will do everything we can to make sure that those responsible for the injury are held accountable.
If you or someone you love has suffered a brain or neck injury due to the wrongful conduct of another, please call us today at 713-864-4000 so that we can begin working right away.
Catastrophic Brain & Neck Injuries
Every 5 minutes, someone becomes permanently disabled due to a head injury. The cost of traumatic brain injuries in the U.S. is over $48 billion each year. Falls, assaults, sports, and medical malpractice account for nearly 50% of the brain injuries sustained. Two-thirds of those who survive a severe brain injury will live a normal life span, but will require life-long services such as rehabilitation and therapy.
Brain injuries are not solely the result of a violent accident. Any incident where the person was without oxygen for some period will likely result in a brain injury. For example, many brain injuries occur during medical procedures when a lack of adequate oxygen occurs. Near drownings also cause numerous brain injuries for the same reason.
Similar to brain injuries, severe neck injuries do not necessarily shorten the victim’s life span, but they do require life-long services. We have significant experience obtaining recoveries for brain and neck injury victims. Let us work to get the maximum recovery possible for you or your loved one, so that they may be able to pay for the rehabilitation and therapy needed for the best recovery.
If you or someone you know has suffered a severe brain or neck injury due to someone else’s wrongful conduct, call us today at 713-864-4000 so that we may begin holding the responsible party accountable.