Brain Injuries Caused By Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Accidents
Car, truck, and motorcycle accidents are the single most common cause of serious brain injuries than any other source of personal injury. While vehicle speed and weather can play into these accidents, it’s driver negligence that causes most of these accidents and affiliated injuries. When a car accident happens that results in injury, even if you don’t think you’re badly injured, always be seen in the emergency room – it’s common for injury victims to not be in much pain immediately following an accident, but then to develop bruising and severe pain several days later. Always seek out medical care right after an accident.
In addition, always seek out the proper legal guidance so you know how to seek out compensation for your injuries – if you’re injured in an auto accident due to someone else’s negligence you are entitled to compensation!
We treat brain injury cases with the seriousness and attention they deserve
A brain injury, even when moderate, caused by someone else’s negligence is a very serious matter than can have life-altering affects on the victim. The team at CZR Law knows this, and our veteran trial attorneys have been demanding and winning just compensation for injury victims for years. With severe brain injury cases in particular, these can be often confusing cases with many different aspects you’ll want to discuss with a brain injury attorney:
- Receiving the proper diagnosis by an expert in brain injuries, not simply a regular physician.
- Paying for medical bills and other related expenses.
- Making up for lost wages and time off work.
- Navigating injury cases and how insurance companies respond to them.
- Assigning proper blame and responsibility for your injury and creating a personal injury case, if the injury was sustained due to someone else’s negligence.
As stated above, injury cases can be complex, especially when it comes to brain injury cases. Our team of experts at CZR Law knows how to best navigate these cases and how to have our compensation demands met.