Traumatic Brain Injury
The cost of a traumatic brain injury or closed head injury involves more than just medical expenses and lost wages. Accidents that result in traumatic brain injury also cost people their ability to do the things they used to do or hoped to one day do. At The Law Office of Casey W. Stevens, we work closely with medical economists and life care planners who project costs associated with medical treatment, physical therapy, in-home nursing care, lost wages, and diminished quality of life accompanying traumatic brain injuries.
If you or your family member has suffered a traumatic brain injury, Casey W. Stevens can help you recover the costs proportional to the financial impact of your injury. Contact The Law Office of Casey W. Stevens today if your loved one has experienced any of the following long-term effects from a traumatic brain injury:
- loss of cognitive functioning
- loss of ability to communicate
- loss of ability to multitask
- loss of long-term memory
- loss of short-term memory
- loss of memory (amnesia)
- loss of ability to perform job duties
Because a brain injury is so traumatic and life altering, and because they often prevent their victims from returning to work, settlements are naturally high. A good attorney will know how to gauge the extent of the damages, and how to determine what you'll need to move on with your life.
At Casey W. Stevens,, we can help you recover damages to account for the loss of future income that your loved one would have earned. We can also help your loved one go through vocational or occupational training, so that they may relearn how to do their job or another one.
As former defense lawyers for insurance companies, our North Georgia traumatic brain injury attorney Casey W. Stevens knows the strategies and weaknesses of an insurance company's defense. With a keen attention to detail, an impeccable work ethic and an aggressive stance in negotiating settlements, Casey W. Stevens can help ensure you get the maximum settlement possible.