Spine and Brain Injury Lawyers in Massachusetts and New Hampshire
A spinal or brain injury can affect one’s ability to manage day-to-day functions that once came easily: eating, driving, walking or even speaking. As a victim, you suffer not only the physical losses, but also the emotional trauma of learning to adapt to a new life.
Our attorneys understand the gravity of a spinal cord or brain injury. We are dedicated to helping our clients recover the compensation they need and deserve.
Our attorneys will work with long-term care experts to project the cost of care you will need and the costs of medications over your lifetime. Contact our offices for a free consultation regarding a spinal or brain injury.
Valuing Your Case: Brain and Spinal Cord Damage
Our attorneys are skilled in the sophisticated analysis involved in valuing claims. We will speak with friends and family members who can testify to your loss and how the injury has affected the life of your loved one. We will investigate medical records, collect police reports and work with experts to fully value your losses and your long-term needs. In compiling a valuation, we will remain mindful of all of your losses as well as the economic difficulties your family may face in the future.
Our attorneys can assist you with any of the following:
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Closed head injuries
- Spinal cord injuries, including severance and impingement
- Paralysis, paraplegia and quadriplegia
- Broken back
- Nerve damage
- Head trauma such as concussions and lacerations
- Disk injuries
In some cases, we may create a “Day in the Life” video of the victim. This helps us to convey a true and accurate picture of your losses. The court and jury will more greatly appreciate the severity of pain and suffering and other limitations the victim faces from the moment he or she wakes until he or she is put to bed.
Has Your Loved One Suffered a Brain Injury?
Brain injuries can be hard to detect. If is important to seek medical treatment if your loved one has:
- Lapses of memory
- Mood swings
- Lost consciousness
- Lost executive functioning
- Loss of vision
- Lost the ability to make decisions
Our lawyers can help you obtain proper medical and psychological care for your loved one. We routinely work with experts to identify injuries, project future medical expenses, and then take proper legal action to ensure maximum compensation.
A spinal cord or brain injury may require extensive immediate and long-term medical care needs. If you or a loved one has become paralyzed, brain damaged or suffered a severe spinal cord or brain injury, our attorneys can assist you and your family in recovering reparations for those injuries and losses.