If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury through no fault of your own, a long road to recovery likely awaits. After many years of societal ignorance, serious brain injuries — including but not limited to concussions — and the consequences thereof are finally receiving the attention of the media and the medical community at-large that it deserves.
In personal injury cases where the plaintiff suffers a traumatic brain injury, life can become quite a bit more difficult than before. Severe brain injuries can rob victims of their memory, their independence, as well as their dignity. Clients with brain injuries may require special care and have special needs. Attorney Mark Smith has spent much of his decades-long career fighting for the rights of those who have suffered traumatic brain injuries, and he is most certainly aware of the unique and damaging circumstances that such injuries can impose on a client. To setup a free consultation, call The Law Office of Mark A. Smith at (412) 567-9598 — Lead Attorney Mark Smith will work tirelessly to help you obtain adequate compensation.
Though any accident can spiral out of control and lead to a traumatic brain injury, some situations are more likely to lead to such injuries. These include:
A brain injury — depending on the severity of the injury itself and depending on your pre-injury lifestyle — can have a range of adverse effects, both in the short-term and long-term. As such, potential damages include:
Traumatic brain injuries strike at the core of life, and for that reason, damages tend to be quite significant. A particularly severe brain injury can impose limitations on your ability to engage in recreational activities, to converse with others, to work and be productive, and more — as such, your claim for damages will have to consider the full extent of your losses in every aspect of your life that is adversely affected by the injury.
If you have suffered brain injuries due to the fault of another, you may be entitled to recover damages as compensation.
Lawsuits are rarely straightforward and can grow increasingly complicated as litigation progresses — particularly in brain injury cases, where damages tend to be substantial and the defense will aggressively attack your various claims. As such, you will want to work with a capable, experienced, and friendly attorney who is willing to make himself available for any questions and concerns you may have throughout the litigation process. Mark Smith has more than 23 years of legal experience and has — over the years — successfully litigated numerous cases involving brain injuries.
With over 23 years of experience, every year that Mr. Smith has been in practice he has been dedicated to helping injured clients and their families. Beginning as a paralegal in 1994, he graduated law school in 2002. In November 2017 Mr. Smith will achieve 15 years as a Plaintiff-only lawyer. To get connected, please call (412) 567-9598 or fill out our online contact form for a free consultation. All important decisions and matters regarding your case will be personally discussed between you and the attorney. Mark will thoroughly review your case, help you understand the law and appropriate action, and guide you through the next steps.