One of the worst and longest-lasting injuries you can receive is a traumatic brain injury. Unlike most injuries, a brain injury can affect both your body and your mind. Your entire personality could change, or you could find yourself unable to do simple tasks.
No brain injuries are exactly alike, but all of them deserve significant compensation. John Foy & Associates has traumatic brain injury lawyers in College Park who can help you get it, no matter how you received your TBI.
Signs You Should See a Doctor for a Brain Injury
The signs of a traumatic brain injury may not show until months after your accident, long after you accept a quick settlement from an insurer. Always look out for things like tingling, recurring headaches, blurred vision, dizziness, numbness, or similar nerve issues.
You may also have symptoms like:
- Personality changes
- Trouble concentrating
- Emotional outbursts
- Depression and anxiety
- Memory loss
- Forgetting how to do basic tasks
- Balance issues
- Sensitivity to noises and lights
If your head struck something during your accident, you may have a hidden brain injury. Our lawyers are well-acquainted with the challenges of these accidents. By working with us, you can get compensation for your treatment now and in the future.
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How does John Foy Handle Traumatic Brain Injury Cases?
We take traumatic brain injury cases extremely seriously because the consequences can be so devastating. We’ve seen parents unable to care for their families from these accidents. Therefore, we know how much your family’s future is depending on our work to get you compensation.
We will stay relentless in our pursuit of maximum compensation for your family. Due to our experience, we will also seek compensation for things you may not have even considered yet, like renovating your home for assistance devices.
At every point in the process, our team will keep you informed of what is happening and the next steps in your case. You and your family need to spend your time focusing on adjusting to your new reality. Let us handle the rest.
You May Need an Economist for Costly TBI Expenses
Lawyers will turn to other experts for complicated cases like medical malpractice or multi-car pile-ups. One kind of expert we may need in your case is an economist. Because you may face lifetime costs of hospitalization and medical care, among many other costs, we need to know how much they’ll cost in the future.
By working with an economist, we can project how much money we need to ask for to ensure you have the most coverage for your future costs. It would not be justice if your carefully used money ran out after five or ten years because we estimated poorly.
A TBI settlement can easily run into the millions of dollars. Unfortunately, you may need that much to pay for care. Our traumatic brain injury attorneys in College Park understand these costs and will put forth every effort to get your costs correct.
What If the Insurance Ends My TBI Care?
Sometimes, an insurer will try to access your medical records to find an excuse to terminate your care. This could be a death sentence for you, but they’ll still try it. If you’re facing a loss of benefits or insurance refuses to pay your bills, call us.
We will contact the insurance company to fight for your rights and, if necessary, sue the insurer. John Foy & Associates has the resources for a long fight with insurers and they know it. We won’t let them get away from their contractual obligations.
We can also put you in touch with state and federal resources to help you pay for medical treatment while you work on your case. Also, we do not ask for any payment from you unless you win your case.
Work With John Foy & Associates in College Park
John Foy & Associates has traumatic brain injury lawyers in College Park ready to hear your case. Don’t wait to start your case. You could go past the statute of limitations or get fooled by an insurance adjuster if you wait too long.
Start now by calling us at the number on your screen or contacting us through our website. Your consultation is free and without obligation. If you cannot make it to us, we can plan to meet with a family member or see you in the hospital.