An injury to that vital organ can be life-changing not only for a victim, but also for their loved ones. If you or someone you care about has suffered a brain injury, it is crucial to seek out the advice of an experienced Waterbury personal injury lawyer who can explain your rights. You can feel confident turning to Brennan Law Firm, LLC for compassionate service and representation tailored to your family's specific needs. We have been handling personal injury claims for more than 30 years and have amassed a track record of impressive case results.
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Brain injuries often result from things like motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, construction accidents, and workplace accidents. In the aftermath of an accident, it can be hard to recognize the signs of brain injury. Anytime someone loses consciousness, it is likely that some form of brain injury occurred, such as a concussion, but not always. That is why it is important to seek medical attention immediately - it is better to err on the side of caution than allow a serious injury to go untreated. A good rule of thumb after any accident is that if something just doesn't seem right, it is worth being checked out by a doctor.
Head and brain injuries can result in the loss of bodily function, a loss of earning capacity, and substantial changes to personality. Because of this, brain injury victims can require long-term in-home care and extensive rehabilitation. The costs of this care can quickly add up, leaving a family to deal not only with the deep emotional burden that comes with an injured loved one, but also a financial crisis.
When you choose to work with Brennan Law Firm, LLC, you can expect that our Waterbury perosnal injury lawyer can work hard to secure a settlement or verdict that provides for your needs now and in the future. We work with life care planners, economists, physicians, and other experts to determine the true needs of our clients and pursue compensation commensurate with these needs.
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