Akron Memory Loss Injury Attorney
Acquired brain injuries are injuries to the brain that are not hereditary, congenital or degenerative. Traumatic brain injuries are one type of acquired brain injury. These are injuries caused by some form of external force, and are frequently the result of:
Acquired brain injuries can also be suffered because of an internal source, such as strokes, brain tumors or infections, many of which can result from medical malpractice.
Physical and Emotional Symptoms of Acquired Brain Injury
While an acquired brain injury may come with very obvious physical symptoms, it may also come with emotional difficulties that only become visible over time, such as depression, issues with self-control and challenges with problem solving. You need good medical care to make certain that your injury is understood so that you get the appropriate treatment. That treatment can be extremely expensive, which is why you need a lawyer on your side.
Millions of Dollars in Brain Injury Insurance Settlements · Act Quickly
Soon after a brain injury acquired in an auto accident or due to any other type of negligence, the victim will often be contacted by the negligent party's insurance company. The insurance company will offer a settlement, and it will be tempting for the victim to accept that settlement and simply be done with the whole situation. Unfortunately, brain injury victims often find out that these settlements fall far short of the compensation they actually need.
At Gervelis Law Firm, our lawyers take great care to determine exactly how much compensation you will need to cover past, present and future medical bills, as well as other costs. We will not allow you to accept an insurance settlement that falls short of your needs.
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From multiple office locations, our Youngstown brain injury lawyers represent victims throughout Ohio and Pennsylvania. Wherever you are, call toll free at 888-325-3452 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation. If your injuries make it difficult to come to our offices, our lawyers can come to you.