Brain injuries can happen in many different ways, and each injury is unique. When the brain suffers an injury, it can affect several areas or the entire brain. The details will depend on the type of brain injury. An acquired brain injury (ABI) happens after birth. There are two main types of these brain injuries: …
Brain Injury Lawsuits and Settlements
Brain injuries, often generally referred to as traumatic brain injuries (TBI), are among the worst injuries you can sustain after an accident. The brain is an extremely fragile and sensitive organ. Even moderate or mild TBI can result in devastating consequences to your health that can last your entire life.
On top of all the pain, suffering, and anguish, you will most likely face exorbitant medical fees for all the treatment you received. If the negligence of another party caused your accident, you can file a claim and sue them to compensate for your damages. The accident that caused your TBI was not your fault. Do not let the responsible party or their insurance company get away with paying you nothing.
Georgia law is on your side, but this doesn’t mean you should sit on your hands waiting for a settlement to come in automatically. There is work involved with pursuing financial compensation. While you focus on getting better, let our legal team answer all of the questions you may have about your claim.
If you still have additional questions that need to be answered outside of our FAQ pages, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for a free consultation. There is no risk and no obligation when you talk to the attorneys at John Foy & Associates.
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) usually happen after a jolt or violent blow to the head. Penetration injuries like gunshot wounds can also cause damage that affects the brain. After an accident, it’s crucial to know the signs of a brain injury. Mild TBI usually recovers with time. Moderate to severe brain injuries can have long-term …