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A brain injury is one of the most serious types of injuries a person can suffer. While some are able to make a full recovery, a severe brain injury may interfere with physical and mental abilities, and have serious long term affects. A traumatic brain injury is lethal in the most serious cases but the severity level can vary. More than a million such injuries are reported annually. The onset of a traumatic head injury symptoms may be delayed, especially in children. Children are more susceptible to traumatic brain injuries, as their skulls are not fully formed or hardened, so any blow to the head can have more serious consequences.

After a traumatic brain injury, it is critical that you consult with a law firm that has the experience and resources necessary to successfully pursue your injury claims in court. AJK Legal can help you recover the maximum compensation available for your injuries - the best part is, you pay no fees unless we actually achieve a recovery in your case. To set up a free and confidential consultation, call us today at (877) 448-8404, and find out how we can help.

We help connect people to high quality legal services throughout thestate of Florida, including the Tampa, Orlando, Miami, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Naples, Sarasota, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, and Tallahassee metropolitan areas.

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Types of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Skull Fractures - A force that breaks one or more bones of the skull is more than enough to cause damage to soft brain tissue. Bone fragments can puncture the brain and cause internal damage. The skull is strong and difficult to break, however it’s not efficient at absorbing impacts, which leaves the brain vulnerable during an accident.

Hematomas - An epidural hematoma is bleeding between the outer membrane surrounding the brain and the skull. Intense pressure can cause severe brain damage. Subdural hematomas occur inside this outer membrane, and usually involve underlying veins, while intracerebral hematomas occur inside the brain. A cerebral hemorrhage is often fatal.

Diffuse Axonal Injury - Widespread physical damage to brain cells can leave a person permanently disabled or in a coma. One of the most dangerous injuries, a diffuse axonal injury may not be accompanied by bleeding, so signs of injury may not be immediately evident. The damage disrupts brain cell function and can cause additional swelling and fluid buildup.

How can a Traumatic Head Injury Lawyer Help Me?

If you or a loved one suffered a traumatic head injury, the natural instinct may be to put the entire life-changing event behind you. Being involved in a serious head injury accident, however, may impact life in unpredictable ways. Our experienced Florida brain injury lawyer will partner with you throughout the claims process so that no step is overlooked. At AJK Legal, we believe in putting our clients first. We offer a free initial consultation so that you can get to know our lawyer and staff before committing to our services. Partner with AJK Legal, and equip yourself with the type of experienced Florida brain injury attorneys only our firm can provide. Our brain injury lawyer can assist with every aspect of your motorcycle accident claim, including:

1. Conducting a proper investigation of the accident
2. Calculating the worth of your damages
3. Collecting evidence and supporting documentation
4. Preparing and filing your accident claim
5. Establishing who was at fault
6. Negotiating with the insurance companies and their lawyers
7. Fight to help recover the maximum compensation you deserve

What Types of Compensation is Available in a Brain Injury Cases?

A brain injury can change your life forever. The damages pursued will reflect how the brain injury has impacted your health and future, personally, professionally, and emotionally. For a brain injury case, you need a skilled personal injury attorney to help you seek justice and full compensation. The following damages will be pursued:

Medical expenses: Medical expenses for a brain injury can reach into the hundreds of thousands of dollars in just a few months. A severe brain injury may require a lifetime of medical care

Lost wages: If your injury leaves you unable to work, lost wages, both current and future, will be pursued.

Loss of earning capacity: If the injured party has lost the ability to make a living, the amount he or she would have made, if healthy, will be pursued.

Pain and suffering: Brain injuries can lead to physical, cognitive, and emotional problems and long-term impairments. Damages for pain and suffering are often one of the larger portions of a settlement or jury award.

Loss of consortium and companionship: loss of consortium refers to a spinal cord injury victim no longer being able to provide the companionship and association with his or her spouse due to the injuries. This is a delicate and often emotional area for spinal injury victims and should be taken into consideration when obtaining the final settlement amount.

What Clients Are Saying

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I found comfort with AJK Legal following a serious personal injury accident. They helped me to a speedy recovery and achieved amazing results. I would recommend this law firm to people who have sustained a serious injury."

G. Rodriguez

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“I highly recommend this law firm. Professional and compassionate, someone was always available to address my questions or concerns.

After a serious accident, Alexander put together a team that fought tooth and nail to make sure that my family and I received just compensation.”

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“I highly recommend this law firm. Alex is an excellent lawyer who knows how to get results. He was very kind and professional and achieved a surprising settlement.”

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How much time do I have to pursue a brain injury case in Florida?

In Florida, most personal injury victims have four years from the date of their injury to file a lawsuit. But sometimes, you may not discover you have a serious injury until weeks later. In these cases, the four-year period may start from the date your injury was discovered, instead of the date of the incident that caused the injury. Keep in mind that in some cases, you have less time. For example, the deadline is only two years for a medical malpractice case or a “wrongful death” case (if your loved one died as a result of the brain injury). There are also special deadlines if you’re suing the government. If you’ve suffered a brain injury, contact our experienced brain injury attorneys for a free consultation right away. They’ll be able to make sure you meet all deadlines and don’t miss out on valuable compensation.

How much is my brain injury case worth in Florida?

No two brain injuries are alike. This means the amount of compensation you can recover also varies. But depending on the severity of your injury and how it has affected your life, you may be eligible for compensation, or “damages,” for: past and future medical expenses, past and future rehabilitation expenses, past and future lost wages, and/or non-economic losses, such as pain and suffering. Calculating what kind of damages you should ask for is best handled by an experienced lawyer. It’s a complicated task, and you’ll have to provide evidence to support your calculations, such as medical bills and expert opinions. At AJK Legal, our brain injury attorneys can help you understand the potential compensation available to you. We understand the different methods for calculating damages, and also work with medical and vocational experts to make sure we ask for the right amount of compensation.

Protect Your Legal Rights. Speak to our Florida Brain Injury Attorney today.

At AJK Legal, our attorneys understand the significant impact a brain injury can have on a person’s life. We’re prepared to handle your case — no matter how complex — and help you get the support and compensation you’re rightfully owed. Don’t delay speaking to an attorney: for a free case evaluation, contact us today using the form below or by calling us at (877) 448-8404.