Brain Injuries Can Have Lifelong Consequences

The Brain Injury Association of America estimates that 2.4 million children and adults in the United States suffer a traumatic brain injury. Another approximately 800,000 people sustain an acquired brain injury from non-traumatic causes each year. While some people heal, many do not. It’s estimated that more than 5.3 million people live with a lifelong disability as a result of a traumatic brain injury.

Because the brain is the body’s most complicated organ, each injury that takes place to the brain is unique. That means no two people will recover from a brain injury the exact same way. In addition, when a person suffers a brain injury due to the reckless or careless actions of another, they can seek assistance from an attorney who specializes in brain injuries. But just like the brain injury itself, no two brain injury cases will be exactly alike. This can make the legal issues involved with trying to collect damages an extremely complicated and drawn out process.

Brain Injury Attorneys Require a Highly Specialized Set of Skills

To win a brain injury case, not only will brain injury attorneys in Riverside be required to have many years of experience in these types of cases; they will also need to have the ability to build a highly knowledgeable team of experts on brain functions in order to research, assemble, and analyze evidence to assist them in crafting an effective strategy.

While proving negligence is the key to winning any kind of personal injury case; when a brain injury is involved; the hard work for an attorney is showing a jury or an insurance company just how significant the injury is, the chances are for their of recovery, and then attempting to place a dollar value that may include lifelong care, therapy, lost wages, medical bills, and other related forms of compensation.

Roberts Law Firm serves clients in the California cities of Newport Beach, Orange, Santa Ana, Irvine, Anaheim, and Riverside as well as serving clients throughout Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside counties.

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