Brain injuries, even those that aren’t catastrophic in nature, can impact your entire life. It is imperative that you consider the cost of living with a brain injury if you are considering a claim for compensation. A claim for compensation is possible if your injury was caused by an accident that was due to another person’s negligence.
We know that you might have some questions about your case. We can help you to find out if your situation would benefit from a claim for compensation. There are several things that we have to consider if you are going to go this route.
First, we have to determine who is going to be a defendant in the case. This can include more than one person or party. Anyone or any party that had a part in the accident might be considered a defendant.
Next, we have to show that the defendants were negligent. From there, we have to show that the negligence led to the accident. We then need to tie your brain injuries to the accident. We have to tie the financial damages you suffered to the brain injury. All of this is imperative in your case.
We also have to determine what monetary amount to assign to your damages. This isn’t as easy as adding up receipts for money you spent. We have to think about the costs that you might incur in the future. Follow-up medical care is one of these. The damages can also include the money you weren’t able to earn because you had to miss work.
We need to ensure that we have time to put your case together. Don’t waste time getting things going. Instead, start your case right away so we don’t miss important deadlines.