Why Seek Legal Counsel in a TBI Case?
A brain injury is one of the most severe injuries that a person can suffer, and also one of the most expensive. A TBI can result from a sudden trauma to the brain, be it due to a car accident, a slip-and-fall accident, blow to the head, or other causes. In some cases, medical tests may not be able to detect a TBI immediately after an accident, and it only becomes apparent when the victim tries to undertake complex tasks. In very tragic cases, these serious injuries can lead to severe mental impairment, or even wrongful death.
The effects of a brain injury may include persistent headaches, difficulty focusing, fatigue, forgetfulness, impaired judgment, and restlessness. Physical limitations can require years of medical treatment, therapy, and ongoing care. Victims of a TBI are often left unable to care for themselves or earn a wage. Even if victims do work, their injuries might force them to take a lower-paying job.
Given its grave consequences and the complex nature of the related medical issues for a TBI, it is imperative that the victim and their family hire an attorney who can gather the right evidence and illustrate the full extent of your losses. Lynn C. Harris can help you navigate the laws surrounding personal injury litigation in Utah. He can help you pursue and secure the compensation to which you are entitled.
When you or your family members choose to seek help, Mr. Harris can immediately begin the painstaking process of building your case. This process involves extensive research into the nature of your injury, collecting evidence to prove third-party negligence, interviewing any eye witnesses, and more. The more information you can provide him, the better your chances of establishing third-party liability and winning your claim.
With his unique experience and legal expertise, Mr. Harris can represent your best interests and secure the damages you deserve after a debilitating accident.
He will take several factors into consideration while pursuing your due restitution. He will consider the loss of present and future earning potential, present and future medical expenses, and ongoing care costs to maximize damages for you and your loved ones. Though money cannot make up for emotional trauma, he also strives to recover damages for non-financial losses to help you face the future. This additional restitution may include compensation for pain and suffering and loss of consortium to a partner or spouse. He also has a policy of no-recovery, no-fee. In other words, if he takes your personal injury claim and does not recover any damages, you pay will not owe him any fees.