Atlanta Brain Injury Lawyers
TBI Lawsuit Attorneys in Atlanta, Georgia
Why wait to take legal action after suffering a brain injury when The Roth Firm, LLC makes exploring your options incredibly easy? All you need to do is contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with our traumatic brain injury lawyers in Atlanta.
To sue someone for causing your brain injury, you first have to establish that it was their negligence that led to your TBI. Negligence is typically described in the law as an action or decision that someone else would not have taken had they been in the same situation and had they been acting reasonably.
Common causes of TBIs include:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Dangerous products
- Slip and fall accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Medical malpractice
Our law firm can gather evidence of negligence in various situations and apply it to your case. For example, if you were hit by a drunk driver, then we can see if there is a police report that verifies that they were driving while intoxicated when they hurt you.
The goal is to maximize the other party’s liability, right up to 100%, which will allow you to get 100% of the compensation owed to you.
How Much is My TBI Case Worth?
The value of a TBI case is dependent on how much damage it has caused you. We consider the past and future damages to calculate that value with accuracy.
It might become necessary to work with a financial analyst, a neurosurgeon, and other experts to get a clear picture of just how much harm has been done to you because of someone else’s mistakes.
Damages that add to the value of your brain injury case can include:
- Medical bills
- Permanent disabilities
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
Our attorneys have in-depth knowledge of TBI cases and can guide you through each step, from gathering evidence to negotiating with insurance companies or representing you in court.
Factors that may impact the value of your TBI case include:
- The severity of your injury and its impact on your daily life
- Medical expenses, including past and future treatment costs
- Lost wages and earning capacity
- Pain and suffering, including emotional distress and loss of enjoyment of life
- Long-term care or rehabilitation needs
With a full financial recovery for your brain injury, you might be able to rest and start feeling “normal” again. At the least, it can be incredibly comforting to know that you do not have to stress yourself out about bills, mortgage payments, rent, and so on because you have been given financial support through your lawsuit.
What is a Traumatic Brain Injury?
A traumatic brain injury is any damage to the brain with the potential to cause a permanent, life-changing, or life-threatening consequence.
Most brain injuries are considered traumatic, and some medical contexts define them all as traumatic by default. For example, there are “mild” traumatic brain injuries like concussions, even though this description might seem paradoxical.
Understanding the Different Types of TBIs
There are several different types of traumatic brain injuries, each with their own unique symptoms and potential long-term effects. At The Roth Firm, our Atlanta brain injury lawyers have extensive experience handling cases involving all types of TBIs, including:
- Concussions: the most common type of TBI, typically caused by a blow to the head or a sudden jolt
- Contusions: bruises on the brain, often caused by a direct impact to the head
- Penetrating injuries: when an object penetrates the skull and damages brain tissue
- Diffuse axonal injuries: caused by a sudden and forceful rotation or shaking of the head, such as in a car accident
- Coup-contrecoup injuries: when the brain is injured on both sides of the brain, often as a result of a high-speed impact
It's important to understand the type of TBI you or a loved one have suffered in order to properly evaluate the potential long-term effects and determine the appropriate legal action. Our TBI lawsuit attorneys in Atlanta, Georgia can help guide you through the legal process and fight for the compensation you deserve.
Recognizing the Symptoms of a Brain Injury
It can be difficult to recognize the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury, but early detection and treatment are crucial for a successful recovery.
If you or a loved one has experienced a head injury, it's important to pay attention to any changes in behavior or physical symptoms that may indicate a TBI.
Common symptoms of a traumatic brain injury include:
- Loss of consciousness
- Dizziness or loss of balance
- Nausea or vomiting
- Confusion or disorientation
- Memory loss
- Mood changes
- Difficulty concentrating or communicating
- Sensitivity to light or sound
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms after a head injury, it's important to seek medical attention right away. The Atlanta brain injury lawyers at The Roth Firm, LLC can help you navigate the legal process and seek compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and other damages related to your TBI.
The first step in a brain injury case can sometimes be the most difficult. You might be doubting that it is even worth your time and energy to sue the person who caused your TBI. Our Atlanta brain injury attorneys are here to assure you that it is.
To make things easier for you, we offer contingency fee agreements. Under these agreements, you do not have to pay our attorney fees unless we win your case by securing a settlement or award in your name. With contingency fees, pursuing justice and compensation becomes virtually risk-free.
Find out more by dialing (404) 777-4899 right away.
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For over 15 years, our team has fought to help those injured due to negligence and are ready to do the same for you and your loved ones.
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