Representation In Cases Involving Traumatic Brain Injuries

Even a seemingly minor accident may cause serious injuries, including head and traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Contrary to popular belief, there does not need to be a visible wound or even impact to the head in an accident to cause a devastating TBI.

Our legal team at Luxenberg, Garbett, Kelly & George, P.C., based in New Castle, has decades of experience handling cases on behalf of individuals and families who have been directly affected by a brain injury. Our car accident attorneys are trial-tested and savvy, never backing down from a fight in court in order to get our clients the compensation they deserve and to hold the negligent party responsible.

Have You Suffered A Brain Injury?

A victim in an accident may not even know that he or she has suffered a TBI or head injury. Symptoms do not always surface immediately after an accident. However, as symptoms appear, like the symptoms listed below, they can have a serious impact on a person's life:

  • Memory loss and confusion
  • Behavioral and personality changes
  • Headaches
  • Balance issues
  • Loss of motor control or function

It is well-known that post-concussive symptoms can last a lifetime; this is also the case with all types of brain injuries. The brain is extremely sensitive to trauma and cannot always heal as other body parts can. Whether you have suffered a closed head injury, concussion, open head wound, skull fracture, contrecoup injury or other type of head trauma, it is essential that you be properly evaluated and treated by a doctor.

While many of the TBI cases we handle stem from a car accident or other motor vehicle accident, we also represent clients whose injuries resulted from other incidents, from falling objects on the job to hypoxic brain injuries due to medical malpractice.

Western Pennsylvania Trial Specialists On Your Side

Talk to our lawyers today to learn more about how we handle TBI cases. Call our firm today at 800-655-3870 to schedule your free case evaluation. We can also be reached through our online contact form.