Brain Injury Attorney
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The effects of a brain injury can range in severity from minor headaches to long-term problems with memory, cognition and mood. If you have sustained a brain injury, it is important to obtain the best medical evaluation and treatment, and preserve your legal claims.
The personal injury law firm of Pardy & Rodriguez has helped many victims and their families recover significant monetary damages resulting from brain injuries in Florida. Of course every case is different, but you can rest assured that our injury lawyers will represent you and pursue the compensation you deserve.
According to the Brain Injury Association of America, 1.4 million people sustain bran injuries every year in the United States. We realize the extent of damages that can result from such injuries. The brain controls a person’s ability to think, communicate, and experience sensations and emotions. So when one of our clients suffers a severe head trauma, we know it’s much more than just a physical injury.
If you, or a loved one, have sustained a blow to the head and have concerns about a possible brain injury, it is essential to seek medical attention right away. This is vital to your health, your recovery and any personal injury claim that may arise from the accident.
Just as a medical professional can help you determine the extent of your injuries and prescribe a course for treatment, a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer with extensive experience in brain injury cases can help you determine your options and set a course for financial recovery after an injury. We pride ourselves on making a difference in the lives of our clients.
GET COMPENSATION FOR YOUR MEDICAL NEEDS
The brain controls many of the body’s functions, and the medical expenses associated with head trauma can be extensive and costly. With over 35 years of combined experience protecting injured victims—both in and out of the courtroom—our Florida brain injury lawyers have the experience it takes to get the compensation you need to pay for your medical needs, such as:
- CT scans
- Doctor appointments
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Psychology/psychiatric support
- Speech therapy