Strong Advocacy For Head Injuries
Some head injuries are easily diagnosed immediately after an injury, but there are other cases of head injury that can be far more complex. In either case, victims may suffer substantial loss of cognitive abilities, permanent brain damage and be unable to care for themselves. When you, or someone you love, has suffered a brain injury, it is important to work with a legal advocate as soon as possible to protect your rights and claims.
At Piro Zinna Cifelli Paris & Genitempo LLC, we have extensive experience investigating brain injury cases and pursuing compensation on behalf of victims and their families. We will review the facts of your case, medical documentation and witness statements and collaborate with an extensive network of professionals who can assist in building your claim. While we are strategic at negotiations, we are certified trial attorneys who aggressively pursue your case in court.
Our head injury lawyers are experienced with personal injury cases involving:
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI) or closed head injury
- Blunt trauma from auto accidents
- Open head wounds
- Oxygen deprivation due to birth injuries, pool accidents, etc.
- Concussion syndrome: fatigue, headaches, difficulty concentrating, foggy feeling
Confronting The Long-Term Consequences Of Brain Injury
Head injuries can result in cognitive impairment, vision loss, memory loss, impaired balance or mobility, speech impairment, mood swings and outbursts, personality changes, and depression. In many cases, the diagnosis can take weeks, months or even years after an accident when the long-term consequences have been realized. Our firm knows how difficult these cases can be for victims and families. Brain injury sufferers often may have to re-learn walking, talking, reading, or dressing which can take years of rehabilitation. Profound brain damage may require 24-hour care.
Our goal is to protect your rights and recover the full compensation you deserve for lost wages, pain and suffering, loss of life enjoyment, and long-term care needs, including vocational retraining. We will work with family and medical professionals and resources to get the medical and nursing care you need.