Brain damage can be catastrophic and lead to a long recovery. Recovery for these types of injuries can be costly. If the actions of another person caused your brain damage, our attorneys could help. We advocate for our clients to receive compensation for their injuries.
Brain injuries can cause extensive damage and a financial toll. An attorney can help after you, or a loved one suffers from brain damage. Our Dayton brain damage lawyers can help you recover compensation for your losses.
How Much Could My Brain Damage Case Be Worth?
Each brain damage case is different, making it difficult to estimate the average compensation. The circumstances of your case are taken into account when calculating the value of your claim. Our attorneys can review your case and determine the value of damages you could recover.
Recoverable damages are the amount of money a court requires someone to pay to make up for injuring someone. An individual can file a lawsuit against someone to recoup compensation for economic and non-economic damages.
Economic damages include verified monetary losses. Non-economic damages include subjective, non-monetary losses. Since non-economic damages don’t have an exact monetary amount associated with them, they can be more difficult to calculate. Our attorneys can help you calculate the value of your non-economic damages.
Economic and non-economic damages you could recover include:
- Medical bills: Any medical bills related to the injury-causing brain damage can be included in your claim. This includes ongoing medical care, hospital stays, rehabilitation, surgeries, and medications.
- Loss of enjoyment: Brain damage can cause severe impacts on someone’s quality of life. If your enjoyment of life has been negatively affected because of your injury, it can be included in your claim.
- Lost wages and earning capacity: If you had to be out of work after sustaining brain damage, you could recoup those costs. If you cannot return to work because of the severity of brain damage, you could seek compensation because your future earning ability is diminished.
- Pain and suffering: If the injury causing brain damage causes pain to you or your loved one, you could receive monetary compensation. This includes pain, discomfort, anguish, inconvenience, and emotional trauma accompanying the injury.
Speak with a lawyer from our firm to calculate the value of your recoverable damages. It is important to hold the person who caused your brain damage accountable for their actions. You deserve to receive compensation for everything you or your loved one lost due to brain damage.
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Do I Need a Lawyer After a Bayton Brain Damage Injury?
Personal injury victims are not required to file insurance claims or lawsuits. However, if you do so, it can be difficult to navigate the legal process of filing a brain damage claim alone. Claims require extensive preparation, and you may encounter complex legal issues throughout the process.
Dayton lawyers from our firm have handled brain injury cases in the past and know how to negotiate with insurance companies. We will make sure you are compensated for your current and future losses.
We work tirelessly at The Fitch Law Firm to ensure our clients receive justice for their injuries. We will work hard so you can recover the compensation you need.
The Benefits of Working With The Fitch Law Firm
We are compassionate lawyers who understand our clients could be going through a difficult time in their life. There are a lot of unknowns associated with brain damage, and we want the legal process to not cause any extra stress. If you choose our firm, you can expect the following:
- We will always respond to calls or emails.
- We always want to be thorough with our responses. So, we will do the necessary research, so we have a correct and informational answer every time you talk to us.
- We will fight for you to receive justice. The attorneys at our firm are passionate about what they do and want to see clients receive justice for their injuries.
- We know how to negotiate with insurance companies to help you receive the maximum amount of compensation possible.
- We understand what it takes to achieve a successful outcome. We can litigate on your behalf in front of a jury if necessary.
With over 30 years of experience practicing law in Ohio, we know how to represent your interests, so you can move on in a positive direction with your life.
How Much does a Personal Injury Lawyer Cost?
We understand our clients may be under a lot of financial pressure after covering brain damage treatment costs. Our attorneys do not want to add more strain to an already stressful situation. Our consultations are always free. We will determine what we can do to help you with your brain damage claim during your consultation.
All fees will be determined upfront, so you will not have to wonder what the costs for our services are. We offer a “no-fee guarantee,” which means we do not charge for our services unless we recover money for you.
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Brain Damage Can Affect You for the Rest of Your Life
Mayo Clinic states that brain damage is an injury to the brain that impairs its functions. The destruction or deterioration of brain cells can cause permanent damage, possibly resulting in disability or lower cognitive functions.
Brain injuries have several common causes that include:
- Auto-related collisions
- Sports injuries
- Combat injuries such as explosive blasts
- Penetrating wounds, such as a gunshot wound
Types of Brain Damage That Could Entitle You to Damages
The severity of the injury categorizes the types of brain damage. Mild brain damage has different symptoms than moderate to severe brain damage. Mayo Clinic reports that symptoms of mild brain damage include:
- Problems with speech
- Sensory issues
- Sensitivity to light or sound
- Difficulty sleeping or sleeping more than usual
- Mood changes or mood swings
Symptoms of moderate to severe brain damage can include the symptoms of mild brain damage and also the following:
- Loss of consciousness that can last from several minutes to hours
- Dilation of the pupils of the eyes
- Loss of coordination
- Clear fluids draining from the nose or ears
- Slurred speech
There are many other symptoms of brain damage someone could suffer from due to their injury. You must see a doctor if you exhibit these symptoms.
Call Our Dayton Brain Damage Law Firm Today for a Free Consultation
The lawyers serving Dayton at our firm want to help you recover the financial compensation you need after a brain injury. Contact us today by calling (937) 660-4232. The Fitch Law Firm is ready to advocate for your rights. You could have a limited time to file a lawsuit under Ohio Revised Code Section 2305.10.
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