Brain Injuries

Why Brain Injury litigation requires unique expertise

According to the National Center for Injury Prevention, 1.5 million Americans sustain a brain injury each year, and almost 500,000 of those injured are children, who are most susceptible to injury. Brain injuries are often caused by the fault of others and most often happen through automobile or motorcycle collisions, surgical error, playground, or on-the-job accidents.

Stitches1t.jpgSustaining even a small brain injury can drastically alter one’s way of life. The physical and emotional effects a victim may suffer can make working impossible, and even day-to-day activities which were easily performed before the accident may seem impossible. Not only does a brain injury affect the victim, but the victim’s family may also suffer psychologically, emotionally, and financially, especially in cases where the victim is the family’s breadwinner and is no longer able to function as before. Depending on the seriousness of the injury, initial medical costs may include surgery, prescriptions, physical therapy, or even in-home nursing care. These bills can create a huge financial burden and would be difficult for even a working family to pay, let alone a victim who is no longer capable of employment.

Regardless of how you or your loved one sustained a brain injury, it is imperative you find the best legal representation possible to get your medical expenses, lost wages, and rehabilitation costs covered. Our staff of skilled Seattle Personal Injury lawyers can help value your legal claim, and then fight hard to get you the highest recovery to which you are entitled.                                                                           

As with all personal injury cases, it’s important that you act quickly before time limits run out and your claims are forever barred. Call Perez & Perez Law, PLLC today for a free consultation.