Long Island Traumatic Brain Injuries Attorneys
Counsel from Compassionate Attorneys
Head trauma that causes brain damage can be devastating for an accident
victim. These injuries, commonly known as traumatic brain injuries, or
TBI, can often cause pronounced, permanent disability and a dramatic change
in the victim's quality of life. When these injuries could have been
avoided and were due to the negligence of another party, then the injured
has the grounds to seek rightful compensation.
Gruenberg Kelly Della, we have seen first-hand the challenges victims of
catastrophic injury face. These clients and their loved ones must adjust to significant new
burdens in their lives and often are not left with the money and resources
they need. That is why we committed our work to seeking justice for these
victims and recovering the relief they deserve.
Our experienced and proven Long Island traumatic brain injuries lawyers
are ready to hear your story.
Call us at 888.305.6372 today.
The Effects of TBI
The brain is the center of our nervous system and—just like with
spinal injuries—it does not always recover when exposed to trauma. This trauma can
result in lasting, even permanent effects that the victim must manage
and minimize, sometimes for the rest of their lives.
Victims of traumatic brain injuries often suffer:
- Frequent dizziness
- Frequent pain/headaches
- Changes in personality and mood
- Memory loss
- Inhibited senses (hearing, vision, etc.)
- Inhibited motor function
It is possible for many these victims to continue to live full, comfortable
lives, but to do so requires medical treatment and ongoing care to accommodate
their new quality of life. When negligence contributed to these type of
injuries, the responsible parties should be accountable for these costs.
Our aggressive legal team has recovered millions of dollars on behalf
of our injury clients. Our firm is ready to assess your case and, if possible,
help you and your loved ones pursue the money you deserve.
Want to learn more about your injury suit options? Use our online form
to request a
free case evaluation from our team today.