The Compensation You Need After A Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can change a person's life forever. Even a mild brain injury can result in personality changes, communication issues, memory problems and a lifetime of medical care. If you or a loved one has been in a car accident or other type of accident in Sacramento or any other surrounding city, even if you did not hit your head, it is important to seek medical attention immediately.

A TBI is caused by an unexpected force to the head, including the head striking an object or an object piercing the skull and coming into contact with the brain. It can also be caused by the sudden slowing of the head, which may cause the brain to strike the skull, without the skull ever hitting an object. Brain injuries range from severe to mild; however, even a mild brain injury can have life-changing consequences for the victim.

Frequent Causes Of Brain Injuries

Our attorneys provide aggressive advocacy for people who have suffered brain injuries in:

At Piering Law Firm, our attorneys understand the impact that a brain injury can have on the life of the victim and his or her family members. Multiple surgeries and years of medical treatments and rehabilitation services are not out of the question. If your accident was caused by the negligence of another person, you should not have to bear the burden of medical bills and lost wages. Our lawyers are committed to helping you get the compensation you need.

Our Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers Are Ready To Help You

Schedule a FREE consultation with one of our experienced attorneys by calling 916-596-2761 or sending us an email. We will accommodate your scheduling needs by meeting you at your home, after-hours or on the weekend.

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Though it is impossible to put a price tag on the suffering you have experienced, our attorneys will take the time to understand how your brain injury has impacted your quality of life. We will fight to obtain a level of compensation for you that will enable you to get the critical medical care you need, now and in the future.