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The Centers for Disease Control claim that each year, nearly 1.4 million people suffer
some type of brain injury in the United States. These sorts of injuries can stem from a
number of different things, including car accidents, falling injuries, assault, and more.
Anyone who suffers from a head injury will find that the severity can range from
something relatively minor to brain damage and even death. Whenever you or someone
you love has an injury such as this, contacting a brain injury attorney is one of the first
things you should do. In some cases, the victim may be able to receive compensation
for the injuries.
If someone else is liable for the brain injury, having an attorney help file a lawsuit
correctly is important. This is true when trying to negotiate with an insurance company
as well. The brain injury attorney will have your best interests in mind, as many of them
work on a contingency basis. They do not receive payment unless you win, so you can
be sure they will make every effort to bring you the justice and the damages you
deserve. The compensation received can help with medical expenses as well as pain
Most of the time, brain injuries are the result of the negligence of another party. Proving
this negligence is something you simply can’t do easily on your own. Having the help of
a brain injury attorney who knows the ins and outs of the legal system is the best way to
proceed. The attorney can help with all aspects of your case. Do not let someone
responsible for injuries to you, or your loved ones, off the hook. Let the attorneys at
Kirkendall Dwyer LLP provide you with the legal help and guidance you need for your
brain injury case.