In a single moment, someone’s life and the lives of their loved ones can be changed forever. When a mother’s head is forced into her car window on impact or a friend trips on a loose cable at work, or a son is attacked and takes a blow to the head, the consequences can have a devastating impact on the rest of their lives.
“Brain injury cases are one of the most difficult types of personal injury lawsuits we work on. You have to think about the family, the parents, if the victim is a minor,” says Founder of Tarrabain Law, Senia Tarrabain.
“You have to make sure you’re looking to the future. What if his parents pass away? Who is going to be the caretaker? Do you set up a structured settlement? There are many aspects to consider and we lean on our expertise in this area to ensure the client is cared for, for the rest of their lives.”
What is a Traumatic Brain Injury?
A traumatic brain injury is typically caused by a sudden impact or blow to the head. The damage resulting from a brain injury can have a significant impact on body function and quality of life. The leading causes of brain injuries are:
- Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Slip and Falls
- Work Injuries
- Sports Injuries
Taking a Mindful Approach
Whether your child, partner or parent has suffered a traumatic brain injury, the personal injury lawyers at Tarrabain Law will work closely with you to develop the case and ensure your rights and the rights of your loved one are fully protected.
“Even though it might be difficult we walk with them through that journey so we can ensure we are asking all of the right questions to reach a settlement that accounts for all of the ‘what if’s’ that come along with a brain injury claim,” says Tarrabain.
We take great care to communicate effectively with our clients in brain injury cases. Not only is a victim facing the distress of having their lives permanently change course, their ability to digest and handle the complexities of a case are especially difficult while they work to rehabilitate their brain function.
“We work closely with our clients and their families to ensure everyone involved is on the same page, and understands the status of the claim in a professional and compassionate way,” says Tarrabain. Our personal injury lawyers and support staff are in constant communication with medical specialists, psychiatrists and general practitioners to gather all of the detailed information needed to reach a settlement with employers, insurance companies and those who are at fault. At Tarrabain Law, we work on contingency, if you don’t get paid, neither do we. Reach out to book a free consultation today.