Bradenton Brain Injury Lawyer
Representation for Catastrophic Injury Victims and Families:
Catastrophic injuries can be any type of injury that results in the need for long-term and / or life-long medical care. Some of the most devastating catastrophic injuries include those that involve head trauma and brain injuries. With an overwhelming potential to result in extensive physical damages, brain injuries often subject victims and their loved ones to prolonged emotional pain and extensive financial strains.
A fragile organ about which there is still relatively little known, the human brain is capable of amazing things. Although the brain is resilient, physical damages caused by accidents, falls and other traumatic impacts can have the potential to seriously alter its neurological and physical structure. In many cases, this can result in serious physical or mental disabilities, psychological and neurological disorders and tremendous limitations.
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are well known for their elusiveness to medical diagnosis, treatment and care. As there is still a great deal to be learned about the way in which the human mind functions, reacts to injuries and repairs itself, the only thing that can be said with certainly about these experiences is that they are times of emotional turbulence and distress. With the experience, resources and skills to work these complex cases and support the unique needs of victims and families, our firm can ensure that you have the help you need.
As we have recovered more than $50 million in compensation for our clients and because we treat your situation as if it were our own, you can feel confidence known that an experienced and genuine legal team is on your side. Contact Carl Reynolds Law at (888) 905-4453 today.
Breaking a brain injury case process into four primary steps:
- Investigating: The first step is investigating your claim and all evidence surrounding it for proof of liability and damages. TBI claims are hard-fought by insurance companies, so we will need to be certain your case stands the best chance possible by doing as much as we can in this initial stage.
- Filing: When your claim is thoroughly investigated, we will need to file your claim at the right court and against the right defendants. Florida law usually allows a defendant up to 30 days to respond once receiving a demand letter or claim.
- Negotiating: The defending party and the insurance company representing them will likely want to negotiate a settlement amount if it seems as if your claim to compensation is legally valid. If we can reach a settlement that satisfies your recovery requirements, then it could conclude your case much sooner than you think.
- Litigating: When no fair settlement is offered by the defendant, your brain injury claim will need to escalate to a lawsuit. We like to prepare every case for litigation in court early on in the overall process, just in case settlement negotiations fail.
Work with a Proven Bradenton Personal Injury Attorney
Our firm wants brain injury victims, and their families, throughout Manatee County and the surrounding communities to know that we want to help. With unique complications and a combatant stance taken by insurance companies, brain injury claims require strong, resourceful and proven legal minds.
Reach Out for a Free Consultation
Fill our the form below to get in touch with our team!