Hire a Lawyer To Sue the Company or Person and their Insurance Company for Damages

You may have a case if you or someone you love suffered a traumatic brain injury where someone is liable to pay for your damages.

If either a company or another person is responsible for your brain injury, you need the help and advice of an experienced attorney.

Todd Webb is an experienced and skilled attorney who knows how to handle brain and spinal cord injury cases and sue insurance companies for damages.

Hold negligent parties and their insurance companies responsible for your damages

An aggressive injury attorney knows where to look for evidence of negligence and build a strong, legal case.

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Contact Todd Webb to learn if you have a case:

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Two million people sustain a head injury every year. Most of these injuries are minor because the skull provides the brain with protection. Injuries to the head are so common that almost everyone in their lifetime will sustain some form of trauma to the head.

One out of four of these head injuries requires hospitalization.

Head injury, also referred to as traumatic brain injury, head trauma, or a concussion, is any trauma to the head that leads to injury of the scalp, skull or brain. Head injury can be classified as either closed or penetrating. In closed head injury, the head sustains a blunt force by striking against an object. In penetrating head injuries, a high velocity object breaks through the skull and enters the brain.

Common causes of head injury include automobile accidents, work accidents, recreational accidents, falls, accidents in the home and industrial accidents. Some head injuries result in prolonged or non-reversible brain damage. This can occur as a result of bleeding inside the brain, or high shearing forces that damage the nerve cells of the brain. It can even occur as a result of an infection to the brain caused by blunt trauma.

BRAIN INJURY SYMPTOMS

The more serious head injuries cause deficits that vary with the degree of brain injury. These deficits may include: seizures, paralysis, coma, personality changes, hearing loss, vision loss, loss of taste, loss of smell, and cognitive or learning deficits. The signs and symptoms of a head injury may occur immediately or develop slowly over several hours.

The following symptoms suggest a more serious head injury that requires emergency medical treatment: bleeding, altered level of consciousness, confusion, convulsions, skull fracture, severe headache, loss of consciousness, blurred vision, pupil changes, stiff neck, slurred speech, fluid drain from nose, mouth or ears, increased drowsiness, scalp wound.

If you have been injured in any way by the harm of others, do not wait, let us get started on your case to maximize the value of your claim.

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