Southern California Attorneys Pursuing Compensation For Brain Injury Sufferers
A brain injury can change your life dramatically, yet it can be difficult to convince other people of the seriousness of your loss. When friends, family, co-workers and even medical professionals see that the swelling has gone down, your coma has ended and/or you look the same as you did before a traumatic accident, you may soon realize that they don’t understand the struggles that you now live with.
The sooner you have an experienced personal injury attorney on your side, the more options there will be to present a compelling claim for compensation after a car accident, fall or toxic exposure incident. At Coast Law Group LLP, our attorneys work hard to gather the evidence our clients need to persuade insurers and other legal opponents that they deserve full compensation.
About Our Team’s Investigations And Case Development
A thorough investigation into the facts is essential after a/n:
- Car accident
- Fall from a high place
- Medical malpractice incident resulting in oxygen deprivation to the brain
- Workplace accident
- Accident of any type or an act of violence causing a brain injury
As experienced personal injury attorneys, we document our clients’ accidental injuries in great detail. By doing so, we have helped many clients recover ample financial compensation for medical bills, therapy, lost wage replacement, and pain and suffering.
The other essential aspect of a claim or a lawsuit is to gather detailed evidence about the type of injury, such as:
- Diffuse axonal injury (DAI), which is caused by stretching and tearing over the surface of the brain
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI) or minor traumatic brain injury (TBI), which are often caused by a specific trauma
- Anoxic brain injury or hypoxic injury, which are often caused by near-drowning or carbon monoxide poisoning
- Neurotoxic brain injury, which is caused by exposure to toxins such as pesticides, solvents or lead
- Pediatric brain injury affecting children under age 12 whose brains are still developing
We are ready to dive in and do what it takes to maximize recovery after a brain injury. In addition to interviewing you, your doctors and your close friends and family members, we may consult with specialists to obtain neuroimaging test results such as the following:
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
- Functional magnetic resonance imaging (FMRI)
- Magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS)
- Computerized tomography (CT) imaging
- Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT)
- Positron emission tomography (PET)
- Diffusion weighted imaging (DWI)
- Fluid attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR)
Our attorneys will communicate with medical experts, including your doctors, to determine which methods are most appropriate for your type of brain injury.
Let’s Talk, Starting With A Free Consultation
Schedule a meeting with one of our respected personal injury attorneys to get the conversation started about your brain injury claim.