Traumatic brain injuries can impact every area of your life – your work, family, emotions, and favorite activities. If you or a loved one has suffered this type of injury because someone else acted carelessly, call an Olympia traumatic brain injury lawyer. It’s possible you could be entitled to compensation.
In case you’re wondering, we not only offer free case evaluations, but we also work on a contingency basis. Simply put, we won’t charge you upfront for our services.
A traumatic brain injury can happen any time there is a jolt or strike to the head, or an object penetrates the skull. While everyone is at risk of a TBI, the CDC points out that the young and elderly are at particular risk.
Over the years, we’ve worked with many clients who have sustained this serious injury from a variety of situations, including:
No matter what happened, we want to hear from you if someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing caused your brain injury.
Knowing who’s guilty and getting that guilty party to pay for your expenses are two different things. To prove liability in a traumatic brain injury claim, you need to be able to demonstrate that:
We recommend you involve a knowledgeable Olympia personal injury attorney to assist with your traumatic brain injury claim. At Ladenburg Law, we’re prepared to investigate the facts of what happened, build evidence to support your claim, and fight for a fair settlement on your behalf.
Rightfully so, many people want to know what kind of compensation they can receive for their brain injury case. However, arriving at a potential value isn’t as simple as plugging numbers into an online calculator (no matter what other lawyers’ websites want you to believe).
Some of the factors that impact your settlement could include:
Another important factor to consider is the quality and reputation of the injury attorney you choose to work with. We invite you to read what our clients have to say about working with us.
The first step is to contact an Olympia traumatic brain injury lawyer. During our free, no-obligation case evaluation, we’ll hear what happened and inform you of your legal rights.
Not able to make it to our office? Let us know and we’ll arrange to have one of our attorneys meet at your home, hospital, or other preferred location.