Rockland County
TBI Lawyers

A traumatic brain injury can change a person’s life in an instant. Often, after sustaining a TBI, a person may face physical, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral challenges that affect their daily functioning. In some of the worst cases, TBI victims may lose their ability to work, learn, communicate, or enjoy their hobbies. They also often suffer from chronic pain, depression, anxiety, or PTSD. If your or a loved one has sustained a TBI due to another party’s negligence, the compassionate TBI lawyers at Mitchell J. Schroeder, P.C. is here to help fight for your rightful compensation. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.

TBI Lawyers | Fighting for Injury Victims in NYS

Sustaining a traumatic brain injury can be a devastating experience. If this has happened to you, you should strongly consider retaining the services of our seasoned New York injury lawyers who will fight, tooth and nail, for the full and fair compensation to which you are entitled. Fortunately, you are in the right place. Our firm is here to help.

Common Causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries

A person can sustain a traumatic brain injury under a wide range of circumstances, however, the most common causes of traumatic brain injuries that we see are as follows:

  • Sports injuries, such as from being tackled
  • Explosions in the workplace
  • Acts of violence, such as assault
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Falls from ladders, stairs, sidewalk hazards, and more

Proving a TBI Claim

To win a traumatic brain injury claim, you and your attorney will have to gather and present evidence to prove that you were hurt due to another party’s negligence. Some of the different types of evidence that may play a key role in proving your TBI claim are as follows:

  • Medical records of diagnosis and treatment
  • CT scan results showing brain damage
  • Witness statements of the traumatic event
  • Pictures or surveillance footage of the incident as it occurred
  • Expert testimony of the TBI effects

Recovering Compensation

As long as we can successfully prove your TBI claim, you should receive compensation to help you recuperate from the economic and non-economic damages you’ve incurred. Economic damages can include medical bills, the cost of rehabilitation, lost past and future wages, and more. Non-economic damages deal with pain and suffering, emotional distress, a loss of enjoyment of life, loss of consortium, and more.

Contact Our TBI Lawyers Today

The bottom line is that any TBI victim should not have to fight the uphill battle for compensation on their own. Mitchell J. Schroeder, P.C. is here to be your number one advocate through each step of the personal injury claims process ahead. Contact us today for a free case evaluation so we can get started working on your case.

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