Brain and Head Injuries
Have you suffered a head injury because of someone else’s negligence? Has the injury resulted in pain, cognitive difficulties or other challenges? Will the injury require extensive medical care or prevent you from working and engaging in the activities you love to do?
At Gross & Schuster, P.A., our firm’s lawyers help clients throughout the Florida Panhandle pursue the compensation they need to make up for lost wages, medical bills and other costs associated with the catastrophic injury. We make you our focus.
Contact us today for a free consultation. You will pay no attorneys’ fees unless you recover damages.
Our Lawyers Know How To Present Your Symptoms Of Brain Injuries To Courts
While the most devastating brain injuries can lead to permanent incapacitation, the symptoms of lesser brain injuries may be much more subtle, but still life-changing. They include:
● Difficulty thinking clearly
● Speech issues
● Problems with balance and dizziness
● Personality changes
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is classified from mild traumatic brain injury to severe traumatic brain injury. In cases of mild traumatic brain injury, it is not uncommon for the symptoms to go unnoticed by the victim. It may be family members and friends who notice personality changes such as depression or withdrawal from social situations.
We Know That Your Recovery From A Brain Injury Costs Money
Treating these cases of brain damage can be complex and costly, which is why it is important that you choose a lawyer with the experience to build a strong case and seek out maximum compensation. Our lawyers have more than 30 years of experience.
We work with neuropsychologists and other medical experts to make certain that the full extent of your injuries are documented and the cost of treating them is understood. We will not rush into a settlement for the sake of fast money, because we know that fast money may not be enough money. We want to get you all the compensation you need to cover what may amount to years of medical treatment for the brain injury.