Grand Junction Brain Injury Attorney
Seek Full Compensation For Life-Altering Brain Injuries In Mesa County
Medical experts warn that head injury victims won’t know how much a traumatic brain injury will affect their lives until they have lived with the physical and cognitive disabilities that develop over several months and years. For example, after years of players’ suffering, the National Football League now recognizes the continuing impairment that players have suffered after concussions. Likewise, a concussion caused by a car crash or a fall can have the same lingering effects. The entire family is affected as the victim struggles with handling day-to-day tasks and recovering lost memories.
If you or a loved one has suffered traumatic brain damage in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you will be fighting for a lifetime of medical care and lost financial earnings. The Law Office of Chadwick McGrady, P.C., is ready to stand up and fight for you and your family.
Call Grand Junction brain injury attorney Chadwick McGrady at 970-644-5599 today to request a free consultation.
Brain Injury Symptoms
Did you recently suffer a concussion or any other head injury in an accident? Sometimes, the symptoms will not be apparent for some time after the incident.
Watch for symptoms of a brain injury, including:
- Tingling in hands and feet
- Ringing in the ears
- Change in taste
- Short- and long-term memory loss
- Inability to complete simple tasks
- Confusion and disorientation
- Change in personality, quickness to anger
Contingency Fee Basis In Personal Injury Cases
Grand Junction personal injury lawyer Chadwick McGrady handles brain injury claims efficiently and effectively, working with neurological experts and medical specialists to determine the full amount of financial and social losses. His firm pays all upfront costs for investigating and preparing your case. Clients pay attorney fees only after recovering money in a settlement or jury award if a trial becomes necessary. In sum, you don’t pay attorney fees unless you recover money for your injuries.