Brain Injury Attorney in Fort Lauderdale
Our Personal Injury Lawyer Will Put You First
There are many different types of accidents that may cause a brain injury, including car crashes, pedestrian incidents, slip-and-falls, boating accidents, and much more. Suffering a brain injury can be an especially traumatic experience because it may sometimes lead to more serious, life-altering mental and emotional damage. If you are in an accident because of another person’s lack of care, you may qualify to seek compensation for the damage caused by their negligence.
At The White Law Center, P.A., our attorney is dedicated to providing quality legal services to wrongfully injured parties. Our legal team will provide thorough, aggressive personal injury services to ensure you receive maximum compensation from your insurance companies and from the negligent party.
For a free consultation regarding your personal injury case, contact us today!
About Brain Injuries
Brain injuries may range in severity depending on the type of trauma suffered, whether it be a blow directly to the head or the residual effect of whip-lash. These types of injuries may include concussions, skull fractures, contusions, hematomas, or nerve or tissue damage to the brain. Any injury sustained to the head should be taken very seriously and victims should seek medical attention immediately.
Common causes of brain injuries include:
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Car and truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Birth injuries
- Work-related accidents
In order to take legal action following a brain injury, the victim must be able to prove the existence of failed duty of care, that the defendant’s actions or inactions caused the injury, and that the victim suffered measurable damages.
Seek Compensation for Your Injuries
If you or someone you love suffered a head injury due to the negligence of another person, don’t wait to take action. An injury to the head may cause immediate injury or could reveal damage through delayed symptoms including fever, headaches, seizures, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, poor strength and coordination, trouble speaking, or changes in hearing, smell, or vision. If you or someone you know suffers any of these symptoms following a head injury, see a medical professional immediately. After your medical concerns have been addressed, contact your lawyer to begin building your personal injury case.
Our attorney at The White Law Center, P.A. will work diligently to make sure you receive maximum compensation for damages, including loss of wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering. Having been the victim of a traumatic and painful accident himself, Attorney White understands exactly how you feel and will do everything possible to protect your future.
Contact The White Law Center, P.A. to start building your brain injury case.