The brain is the control center for all of your conscious and unconscious functions. A person who has suffered a brain injury will experience a variety of problems that may require costly medical treatment and care over a long period of time. If you have suffered a brain injury as a result of the negligent actions of another person, you may be entitled to compensation to cover your medical expenses and other losses that you suffer because of your injury. To find out more information about your legal rights and options, you should contact a brain injury attorney. The San Bernardino brain injury attorneys at Hanson & Mouri Personal Injury Lawyers can help you.
If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury due to the negligence of another person, call our San Bernardino Personal Injury Lawyers today at (951) 419-3199. Your initial consultation is free, and you will get to speak with a lawyer, not just any staff member.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a sudden injury that affects how the brain works. There are three main types of TBI:
Who is legally responsible for a TBI will depend on the cause of the injury. If the injury was caused by a motor vehicle accident, the at-fault driver may be legally responsible for the TBI. If a person sustains a TBI from a fall in the workplace, their employer may be legally responsible. A product manufacturer could also be held legally responsible if their defectively manufactured product caused the TBI. For instance, a car accident in San Bernardino may have been caused by a defectively manufactured tire. A common place for brain injuries to occur due to product manufacturing errors are on job sites. This results in a work-related injury.
An experienced brain injury attorney will assess your case and identify all the parties that bear legal responsibility in your case so that you get the compensation you deserve.
The amount of compensation you get will depend on the severity of your case and the losses you suffer as a result of your injury. The law allows you to claim for your economic and non-economic losses, including past and future medical expenses, loss of past and future income, and emotional distress. A brain injury attorney will be able to assess your case and determine the value of the losses you can claim.
If you have suffered a brain injury, you need a knowledgeable brain injury attorney who understands the law and can fight to get the full compensation you are entitled to. You need the experienced brain injury attorneys at Hanson & Mouri to work for you. Contact us today at (951) 419-3199 to schedule your free consultation.