Huntington Attorneys Handling Accident Claims And Brain Injuries

Brain injuries are notoriously difficult to diagnose and to treat. While some traumas are obvious from the start, other injuries may take weeks or even months to reveal the full extent of the harm that was suffered. Because these types of injuries are so serious and relatively mysterious, testing and treatment can often cost tens of thousands of dollars in medical bills. In addition, the effects of an injury to the brain can last for a long time and in some cases may require wholesale lifestyle changes.

With so much at stake, it is important to pursue the financial compensation you need for your injuries, and for pain and suffering. At Cyrus, Adkins & Walker, Attorneys at Law, our Huntington lawyers handle all types of accident claims which result in brain injuries. We work with individuals and their families throughout West Virginia, providing them with the legal help they need so they can focus on moving forward with their lives.

What Is A Traumatic Brain Injury?

The term traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is a catch-all term that refers to a serious injury to the brain caused by blunt force trauma. TBIs often involve more serious effects than one would suffer from a concussion. For example, a TBI may result in impaired cognitive functions, severe mood swings and the loss of control over bodily functions.

The symptoms of a TBI may not be readily apparent. Sometimes, a person may show signs of being more irritable or prone to confusion weeks or months after an accident. If you have noticed changes in a loved one's behavior after he or she has been in an accident, he or she may have suffered a TBI and should be examined by a medical professional.

Helping Victims Recover The Full And Fair Compensation They Deserve

Our attorneys have extensive experience handling cases involving brain injuries. We work closely with medical professionals, rehabilitation professionals and others who understand the impact of a TBI and what the long-term costs are when it comes to both treatment and to quality of life. We can help paint a full picture of the true extent of a loved one's injury in an effort to recover the maximum amount of compensation.

Contact Our Personal Injury Lawyers

If you are concerned a loved one may have suffered a TBI as the result of an accident, seek legal help as soon as possible. Contact us online or call 304-521-1582 or toll free at 888-594-7284.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:Do I have to pay for hiring experts, depositions, and other expenses of getting my case to trial?

A:At Cyrus & Adkins, we will advance all costs necessary for the development and presentation of your case. In the event of a successful recovery, whether by settlement or verdict, these necessary costs and expenses are reimbursable to our firm.

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