Know Someone Suffering with a Traumatic Brain Injury? Contact Bill Kennedy Today

As hard as it is to admit, people are not indestructible. Our minds are powerful vessels, but, just like ships, they are not necessarily going to make it through a rough storm unscathed. Brain injuries can result from falls, car wrecks, falling objects and other forms of blunt-force trauma. The effect can be as mild as a concussion, but sometimes the consequences are far more severe. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, more than 2.5 million people suffer a traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) each year, and an estimated 50 thousand people die from them.

 

If you or someone you love is a victim of a traumatic brain injury, you may be eligible for compensation. There is no time to waste if you are facing medical bills for CT scans, MRIs, X-rays and other costly medical exams. Bill Kennedy Law is here to fight for the restitution you and your family desperately need.

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TO DISCUSS TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY CLAIMS. NO CHARGE FOR INITIAL CONSULTATION.

Causes of Brain Injuries and Moving Forward

Just because you are out of the hospital does not mean your troubles are over. Depending on the severity of your injury, you may be in and out of doctors’ offices for weeks, months or even years. Your head injury may be due to an accident, but if negligence was behind that accident, you need to consult a personal injury lawyer so you can learn and fight for your rights.

 

A traumatic brain injury can result from any of the following:

  • Assault
  • Car Accidents
  • Falls
  • Industrial and Construction Accidents
  • Work-Related Accidents
  • And More

 

Whether or not the injury was invasive to your brain, you may be dealing with the pain for the rest of your life. If the injury was invasive, meaning an object passed through your skull and entered the brain, this is referred to as a penetrating head injury. Closed head injuries occur when you are hit by an object. At Bill Kennedy Law, we are here to help you seek restitution if your TBI was due to negligence.

 

It’s important to know your rights if you have been involved in an accident resulting in traumatic brain injury. Therefore, it’s vital to seek out assistance from a legal team that is willing to ensure you receive the care you need, while preparing for trial. Do not refuse a medical exam, as symptoms may not appear directly after the incident. Symptoms of TBI can include headaches, dizziness, nausea, memory loss, insomnia, problems with balance, sensitivity to light and seizures. If left untreated, it could result in even worse pain and maybe even death.

 

Think of your family and your future before hesitating to go to a doctor or consult a trial lawyer. At Bill Kennedy Law, we are here to fight for your rights honestly and aggressively, and we will fight for the compensation you need.

Rely on Bill Kennedy Law for Assistance with Traumatic Brain Injury Claims

If you need an experienced personal injury lawyer to help you after suffering from a head injury, contact our legal team as soon as possible. Bill Kennedy and Joan Ballard have been working for nearly a decade to help people like you get the compensation they deserve. Call Bill Kennedy Law today at (972) 939-4878 to discuss your case so we can organize a full evaluation of your options. We will be more than happy to assist with communicating with insurance companies and ensuring you receive the care you need.

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