Imagine driving to the grocery store at the end of the week, as you must purchase several ingredients to make dinner for the night. You’ll likely also have the opportunity to get the ingredients you need for your favorite meal you plan to make at some point in the week. You prepared your grocery list before you got into the car, and you were careful to leave the house early so you could comfortably prepare food with time to spare before bedtime. Suddenly, another car collides with yours, and you are in great pain.
In this situation and many others, it’s no surprise that a severe or traumatic brain injury would be possible. You’re likely feeling overwhelmed and confused about the circumstances if you have been in an accident or other situation that led to a traumatic brain injury. Especially if you want to receive compensation to cover medical bills and hold the responsible party accountable, we can help. The traumatic brain injury lawyers at Mott & Moffett have access to helpful resources, strategies, and tools that can make a difference in your claims.
Depending on the circumstances surrounding the inciting incident, many individuals may be responsible for your traumatic brain injury (TBI). TBIs often result in steep medical bills and associated costs, so you should not need to pay for these costs out of pocket when you are not responsible. We recommend you consider all the following parties before deciding who to hold accountable:
There is generally potential for more than one party to be liable for your losses. Determining who is responsible and taking legal action against them is often the only way to receive compensation for your losses. We recommend you work with a traumatic brain injury lawyer for assistance. Your personal injury attorney can help you determine who is most likely liable, avoid mistakes, and handle insurance companies and other legal representatives.
You may be entitled to compensation for your losses if another person is responsible. Additionally, you may be able to receive this recovery for several losses associated with the incident. Victims can often receive compensation for the following damages:
More than the listed damages may qualify for compensation, depending on the circumstances. For help determining the overall value of your claims, please speak with a qualified TBI lawyer. Your traumatic brain injury attorney can help you find other qualifying damages, estimate and maintain the value of your case, and help you receive the maximum compensation you deserve.
If you have been in an accident resulting in a TBI, we recommend you consider our suggestions for your next steps. This strategy can help improve your odds of success in legal matters, including bringing home the compensation you need to focus on recovery.
We highly recommend anyone involved in an accident resulting in injuries seeks medical attention. Especially when these injuries are severe, medical attention is essential to your recovery. Your medical practitioners can help you identify injuries, determine potential causes of the incident, recommend robust treatment plans, and refer you to specialists who can provide additional assistance.
We encourage you to hold onto your doctor’s notes and medical bills until after legal matters close, as these can help you in several ways. For example, doctor’s notes can help you prove your version of events during legal proceedings. Medical bills can help you ensure you receive adequate compensation for your medical costs and other losses. If you need help finding trustworthy, qualified, and experienced medical practitioners, your traumatic brain injury lawyer may be able to provide you with a referral.
We recommend that anyone seeking legal action work with a lawyer. Your TBI attorney can help you in several ways throughout the legal process, streamlining the system while completing and filing paperwork, helping you maintain your calendar and schedule, and collecting and assessing information related to your case.
Please refrain from representing yourself during the legal process, as you may risk reducing compensatory value for your claims and misrepresent your perspective. Your traumatic brain injury lawyer is far more likely to represent you fairly, favorably, and clearly while helping you receive the compensation you deserve.
If you have a TBI and want to hold the responsible parties accountable for your injuries and other losses, you will likely benefit from speaking with a lawyer at Mott & Moffett. Our traumatic brain injury lawyers have extensive experience in injury law, allowing us to streamline the legal process for your claims.
Please contact us at your earliest convenience to begin discussing your case, address any concerns you might have, and receive helpful information relating to your claims. You can contact us by calling 888-596-6582 or completing our contact form, whichever is easiest for you. We are patiently waiting to hear from you and are prepared to work together toward your success.