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Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury

Brain injuries are some of the most misunderstood and misdiagnosed types of personal injuries that we see. From a legal standpoint, traumatic brain injury lawsuits can also be some of the most challenging personal injury cases to litigate.

Lacking an injury visible to the human eye, it is often difficult for a jury to sympathize with a person suffering from a brain injury or to understand the impact that the injury has had on that person’s life. In order to fairly consider the case, a jury needs to fully understand an injury which they cannot see. A person who has an acquired brain injury may seem fine to the casual observer while, in fact, they may suffer from short-term memory loss, emotional or personality changes, inability to think logically or do simple math.

Our job is to prove that the substantive quality of our clients’ intellectual and emotional lives has been greatly diminished by a severe traumatic brain injury, mild traumatic brain injury and/or PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and, oftentimes, we must show that the symptoms of an injury may grow increasingly worse over the years.

Brain injury litigation has become a core part of our legal practice and a primary area of concentration for the firm. Our head injury lawyers have years of experience working on these types of cases and understand the myriad of complex medical issues associated with acquired brain injuries. Time after time, Nolan Law Group has successfully demonstrated the depth and magnitude of our clients’ injuries to juries, leading to substantial compensation for our clients. We have a reputation for being smart, tough and persistent, always looking out for our client’s goals. We take great pride in our achievements and even greater pride in the service that we provide to our clients.