Seeking Full Compensation For Traumatic Brain Injuries
There is no injury that is more catastrophic or can have a greater impact on your life than a traumatic brain injury. Traumatic brain injuries can affect physical, mental, behavior, emotional and social aspects of a victim’s life. This can make routine, day-to-day tasks feel insurmountable, and the costs of ongoing medical care can be extensive.
If a doctor recently diagnosed you or someone you love with a traumatic brain injury resulting from a serious accident, Lewis, Marenstein, Wicke, Sherwin & Lee, LLP, is here for you. Our attorneys understand how significant your case is and the importance of obtaining the highest compensation possible. We commit to acting with integrity and fierce advocacy on behalf of our clients throughout Southern California. Whether we reach a fair settlement or our seasoned trial attorneys go to court, we will take the necessary steps to obtain justice for you and your loved ones.
What Causes Traumatic Brain Injuries?
Almost any type of accident poses the risk of a traumatic brain and other serious head injuries if it is serious enough. The signs of a traumatic brain injury may include dizziness, headaches and nausea, among others.
Several of the most common causes of these injuries include:
- Head-on motor vehicle crashes
- Truck accidents
- Slips, trips and other falling accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Construction and industrial workplace accidents
Since 1971, our compassionate lawyers have focused on protecting the rights and interests of the seriously injured and their families. Few firms in the region can match our experience and work ethic, which has helped produce several six- and seven-figure jury verdicts and settlements for our clients. We know what it takes to get a favorable outcome, and we are prepared to better ensure your interests are satisfied.
Dedicated To Protecting Your Needs
Pursuing a personal injury lawsuit will not negate the difficulties you or your loved one is facing after a traumatic injury. Our hope is to recover adequate compensation to help ease your short- and long-term financial burdens.