Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) impact not only the individual who suffers the injury, but also the individual's family members, friends and others. Affecting every aspect of a person's life, these injuries can result in the need for expensive medical procedures, lengthy rehabilitation and lifelong care.
At The Best Injury Law Firm, we are dedicated to obtaining full compensation for victims of brain injuries in West Michigan. We provide attentive service and skilled legal representation, making sure our clients have the resources they need to be made whole and move forward from their tragic circumstances.
Lawyers For Brain Damage Claims In Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids And Paw Paw
Initially, it can be difficult to determine whether someone has suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and to what extent. While some brain injuries have obvious symptoms such as a profound loss of coordination, cognitive ability, memory, emotional stability or other brain functions, others have much more subtle symptoms.
For example, an injury victim may complain of feeling "off" or "not like myself" while maintaining all physical functions. Others may be forgetful or irritable or begin to find it difficult to handle complex situations. Symptoms are difficult to tie to brain injuries, but having access to the right doctors and trained experts can assist in determining what you are going through and what resources you need to make a recovery.
Our attorneys are familiar with the signs of TBI and have access to a network of brain injury specialists, rehabilitation experts and vocational counselors who can assist injured parties in getting a correct diagnosis and in estimating the true, long-term costs of their TBI injuries.
We can use evidence of these costs when seeking damages in litigation or settlement negotiations with negligent parties and their insurers.
Contact The Best Injury Law Firm
To learn more about how our brain injury lawyers can help you, contact us today for a free initial consultation. We have offices in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids and Paw Paw.