BRAIN INJURY ATTORNEYS THAT WILL FIGHT FOR YOUR CASE AND PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS
The Fort Lauderdale and Miami attorneys of Madalon Law understand what a victim and their family go through when an accident results in a severe head and brain injury. There is a feeling of relief because the victim was not killed by the accident, but at the same time a victim and their family may be facing the beginning of a long road full of emotional and physical suffering, financial demands and a condition that may be life altering for the victim and their loved ones.
Even though seeking financial compensation is something that must be done, the process of doing this can be incredibly complicated, confusing and intimidating. This is where we step in. The legal team at Madalon Law takes a personal approach with each client so they never feel like they are just another case. Our goal is to relieve your personal anxieties regarding the legal procedures and explain the entire process and your options in a comprehensible language. Reach out to us for a free consultation. Tell us about the brain injury and how it happened so we can start answering your questions and address your concerns.
HOW TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES (TBI) OCCUR
A severe impact or blow to the head can shake the brain enough to cause the bruises and swelling that result in a concussion. People may or may not show signs of a concussion (symptoms may include passing out or forgetting what happened right before the accident). Concussions can range from mild to severe and can last as little as a few hours or as long as a few weeks. Then there are the more serious instances where the symptoms may be worse and/or have lasting effects.
Brain damage can happen when a person suffers a severe blow to the head, a sudden jolt or a penetrating head injury. Falling accidents are the most common cause of brain injury in the state of Florida with auto accidents taking the number two spot.
HOW AQUIRED BRAIN INJURIES (ABI) OCCUR
An acquired brain injury (ABI) includes every type of traumatic brain injury and also brain damage that is caused by deprivation of oxygen (hypoxic brain injury) and also brain injuries that are caused after birth by cerebral vascular accidents (stroke). Examples of this could be when a person has a stroke, drowns long enough that the brain is deprived of oxygen or anything else that does not involve an impact or strike to the head or body.
HIRE A HEAD AND BRAIN INJURY ATTORNEY
Because an undetected brain condition can lead a person to an incredibly difficult life that can result in mental health facilities or nursing homes, it is important to make sure a brain injury victim is seen by the specialists that are necessary for a proper diagnosis. This will help the victim receive the care and treatments that are needed, but will also come with financial stress. This is why you need to seek compensation from the party who caused this possible life altering accident. Our legal team can help you recover the damages you and your family deserve.