Have you or a loved one been a victim of a traumatic brain injury? If so, we recommend you reach out to an Auburn traumatic brain injury lawyer for help in filing a claim. You may be entitled to compensation which could be important for recouping medical costs and time off work.
Our skilled team can take the legal burden off your plate so you can focus on your healing. And you only pay us if we’re able to win you a settlement – there’s no upfront or retainer fees to pay.
While many types of accidents can cause traumatic brain injuries, here are some of the more common causes:
When someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing is the source of the traumatic brain injury, victims may be able to pursue compensation. If this sounds like the situation you’re in, reach out to our team of lawyers. Whether your injury was the result of a car accident or medical malpractice, we would like to speak with you.
Traumatic brain injuries can be catastrophic events that present both short- and long-term symptoms. Some of these may appear immediately, while others crop up days or even weeks later.
Here are some signs of traumatic brain injury:
These injuries can have a negative impact on your life, preventing you from engaging in activities that you enjoy and living independently.
Please read our blog post called Emotional Recovery After Catastrophic Injury to learn more.
We understand that you probably have never had reason to work with a personal injury lawyer before. But when it comes to major, life-changing events like a traumatic brain injury, we urge you to reach out.
Our lawyers have helped many victims put their lives back together again. Here’s what one of our clients had to say:
“I can honestly say they took all the work and worry out of this situation. I never felt stressed or out of the loop. They treat you like family and are very kind and informed. They know what they are doing and get you the best possible results.” – Marcle M
You can read more real stories at our clients review page.
In the State of Washington, you have only three years to file a claim from the time of injury (RCW 4.16.080). The sooner you can involve an Auburn traumatic brain injury lawyer, the better position you’ll be to get a fair settlement.
The first step? Call our office and ask to schedule a free case evaluation. We look forward to hearing from you.