A head injury always needs immediate care and attention. Brain injury symptoms may not appear for days or even weeks after head trauma and may not be readily apparent to the victim. If you or your loved one suffered a brain injury in an accident through no fault of your own, you need legal help that can represent your best interests and can empathize with your daily challenges. Call the Gulfport personal injury attorneys at Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC today at (228) 872-8752.
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Contact Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC to schedule your confidential, no-obligation consultation. We look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience. Do not delay as Mississippi sets strict deadlines on filing brain injury claims.
Let Our Experienced Gulfport Brain Injury Attorneys Help You
Brain injury claims are complicated and complex, requiring both medical and legal knowledge to settle or try before a court. Therefore, it is crucial to speak with an experienced brain injury attorney, like those at Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC, who can do the following on your behalf:
Conduct a thorough investigation into the cause of your injury;
Gather evidence on your behalf;
Compile medical data to demonstrate the extent of your injury;
Hire needed expert witnesses;
Determine the approximate value of your claim;
Identify and pursue any potentially liable parties;
Aggressively represent you in negotiations;
Ensure legal deadlines are met; and
Take your case to trial if a settlement is unreachable.
Never speak with the opposing insurance company or sign a settlement agreement before a skilled brain injury attorney from Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC reviews its contents. Doing so may preclude you from additional future compensation. Contact us in Gulfport today for answers to your legal questions and to explore any legal options available to you and your family.
What Is a Brain Injury?
A brain injury occurs when there is physical trauma to the head or brain that affects a person physically, emotionally, or behaviorally. Brain injuries can be mild, moderate, or severe, and traumatic or nontraumatic. One of the most common brain injuries is a concussion.
Brain injuries are either internal, open, or external, closed. An external brain injury is visible to the naked eye, while an internal brain injury is wholly enclosed within the head. A victim does not have to lose consciousness to suffer a severe brain injury.
Causes and Symptoms of Brain Injuries
Any personal injury accident involving head trauma can result in a brain injury. Always seek immediate medical care following an injury accident including, but not limited to, the following:
Compensation for a brain injury claim depends on the type of brain injury, its severity, and the victim’s prognosis for recovery. Brain injury damages may include:
Loss of earning potential;
Medical equipment and home modifications;
Mental and emotional trauma;
Loss of enjoyment of life;
Loss of consortium; and
Pain and suffering.
Contact a Brain Injury Lawyer in Gulfport
If you would like to learn more about compensation for you or your loved one’s brain injury or brain injury signs to watch for after your loved one’s personal injury accident, contact the experienced attorneys at Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC.
At Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC, we believe you deserve more and never give up until we get the best result possible for your case. Schedule your complimentary Gulfport brain injury consultation today.