Brain Injury Lawyer in Cumming, GA
Brain injuries are some of the most severe a person can suffer. They can result in permanent disabilities and even death. When someone else's negligence causes a brain injury, the victim and their family should not have to bear the accompanying financial burden. Fortunately, Georgia law allows people to seek compensation for losses related to personal injuries.
Have you or someone you loved suffered a brain injury during an accident? Contact The Matthews Law Firm, LLC today. Our experienced Cumming brain injury attorney and office staff have worked with numerous clients in situations similar to yours. Across all practice areas, our firm has recovered $10+ million in compensation that helped clients cover medical expenses, compensate for lost wages, and support themselves. Find out what we can offer you in a free consultation.
Schedule yours by calling (470) 570-2531 or getting in touch online. Our services are available to those living in Forsyth County and other parts of Northern Georgia.
What Is a Traumatic Brain Injury?
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is exactly what it sounds like: a short or long-term injury that affects the brain and its functions.
There are two methods by which this happens:
- Closed head injury: This occurs when the head experiences a sudden impact or collision with an object.
- Penetrating injury: This type of injury happens when an object breaks through the skull and damages the brain.
The impact of a TBI can cause various symptoms. Some of the most common include loss of consciousness, headaches, issues with memory, problems concentrating, changing moods, and abnormal sleep patterns.
Common TBI Causes
A wide range of accidents can cause TBIs. In many cases, they are the result of other’s reckless actions.
Some of the common causes of TBIs include:
How An Attorney Can Help After Sustaining a TBI
An experienced attorney can be an invaluable resource—and even a lifeline. This has certainly been the case for our lawyer.
Below are the ways he may be able to help you:
- Legal guidance: He can explain your rights, evaluate the strength of your case, and advise you on the best course of action.
- Establishing liability: He can work to establish the other party's negligence or liability by gathering evidence and analyzing the accident’s circumstances.
- Negotiating with insurance companies: You can trust him to handle all communication, negotiations, and settlement discussions on your behalf.
- Court representation: If he cannot reach a fair settlement, he is not afraid to go to court. Our attorney is a highly experienced trial lawyer with a track record of success.
- Access to medical experts: He is connected with specialists in TBIs. They can offer valuable testimony and analysis to support your case.
Every case is unique, so our attorney personalizes his approach. This is possible because our firm handles a small caseload. With us, you can count on getting one-on-one attention and tailored guidance.
Consult an Attorney About Your Case
Take the first step toward getting fair compensation for your injuries. Contact us to schedule a free consultation with our Cumming brain injury attorney. You can tell your story at this meeting and get details about what our firm can offer. It only takes a phone call or a message online to get started.
You can reach us at (470) 570-2531.
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