No matter what any of us do for a living, how much money we make, or where we live, there is one thing we all have in common: None of us can function if without the use of our brains. The human brain is amazing. In addition to cognitive functions, like walking and talking, the brain regulates thousands of other bodily functions we don’t even think about, like breathing and blood circulation.
Traumatic brain injuries are among the most severe and tragic personal challenges anyone can ever experience. Overnight, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can turn the life of both the injury victim and their family into a nightmare. Perhaps the worst part is that most traumatic brain injuries are caused by someone else’s negligence. If you suffered a TBI in Marion, you may want a traumatic brain injury lawyer to defend your rights.
The Fitch Law Firm LLC Can Help with Your Traumatic Brain Injury Case
If you or someone you love is the victim of an accident or incident that led to a traumatic brain injury or severe head trauma, you might be able to file a personal injury lawsuit against the liable party. Our Marion traumatic brain injury (TBI) lawyer can help you navigate the legal system to recover damages.
With our help, you do not have to perform any legal tasks during your lawsuit. Our team can handle everything for you, from identifying the party responsible for your injury to negotiating a fair and appropriate monetary settlement that meets your needs. You will have more time to focus on recovery when our attorney handles your case. You can learn more about our services during a free consultation today.
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We Help Marion, OH Clients with TBIs Take Legal Action
Filing a lawsuit can present many challenges, even for those who have not recently suffered a devastating head or brain injury. However, you do not have to face this challenge alone. Our team serving Marion offers a free initial case evaluation to all callers, so you can find out quickly and easily if you have a case and a right to recover damages.
If there is any way we can help with your case, we will tell you during the evaluation. We can then perform any or all the following tasks on your behalf:
- Identifying the liable party
- Collecting evidence of their liability for your injuries
- Cataloging your damages and collecting evidence of their value
- Submitting all necessary paperwork, including notifications and evidence
- Negotiating with the insurance company and trying to persuade them to pay a fair settlement
- Arguing the case in court on your behalf, if necessary
We can provide these services to clients who have been in various types of accidents. The cases we handle include but are not limited to:
- Carand motorcycle accidents
- Bicycleand pedestrian accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Wrongful death accidents
Finally, it is important to note that the Fitch Law Firm LLC will represent you on a contingency-fee basis. In this type of payment structure, there are no upfront or hourly fees. Instead, our attorney’s fees come as a percentage of your settlement offer or court award only if you win your case.
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Recoverable Damages in a TBI Personal Injury Case
According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, the cost of treating a TBI might include:
- Rehabilitation and therapy to learn adapted self-care skills
- Nutritional support
- Mobility and communication therapy
- Pain treatment
- Psychological counseling
With family support, lifestyle changes, and patient education, patients might experience significant improvement over time. However, this process very often costs a lot of money.
If you can prove that another party was liable for the accident that injured you, you might be able to hold them financially responsible for the cost of your TBI treatment, its related expenses, and its forced lifestyle changes.
In addition to seeking reimbursement for medical expenses, accident victims may be able to recover the following damages in a traumatic brain injury case:
- Current and future lost wages
- Loss of employment
- Physical pain and suffering
- Physical scars or disfigurement
- Mental and emotional anguish
- Physical and/or intellectual disability
- Loss of consortium
- Reduced quality of life
The Fitch Law Firm LLC Has Been Getting Results for Clients for Over 30 Years!
The way we see it, calling a lawyer is a lot like calling the police. You never want to be in a situation where it’s necessary, but if you are, you want professional, prompt service. This is especially true when it comes to traumatic brain injuries because the stakes are so very high. As a victim, or a victim’s family member, the size of your settlement will have a tremendous impact on restoring your quality-of-life post-accident.
That’s why you should consider contacting the Fitch Law Firm LLC as your legal representatives. We’ve been fighting and winning all kinds of personal injury cases for over 30 years. Not only that, but we also have specific experience with traumatic brain injury cases. This is important because you can rest assured that the insurance company (and the lawyers) representing the liable party are very experienced in minimizing payouts in TBI cases.
The Fitch Law Firm LLC Has Won Millions of Dollars for Its Clients
Many law firms tell you they can fight for you. However, not all of them have our track record of fighting and winning money for our clients. The Fitch Law Firm LLC has won millions of dollars on behalf of its clients. This isn’t a guarantee of results in your case, but it does speak to our firm’s success in collecting the maximum recoverable damages on behalf of our clients.
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Recoverable Damages in Wrongful Death Cases in Ohio
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that some 166 people die every day in the U.S. due to TBI-related injuries. If your loved one’s TBI-related death was caused by someone else’s negligence, a different set of damages might be available to you through a wrongful death lawsuit. These include:
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Expenses related to settling the deceased’s estate
- Future loss of financial support
- Loss of society and companionship
- Whatever damages your loved one never had a chance to seek compensation for on their own behalf
When the Fitch Law Firm LLC represents you, we can help you create a complete picture of the impact the accident has had on you and your family. This can tell you how much money you may be entitled to from the liable party or parties.
TBI Causes and Symptoms
After a head injury, it is important to stay vigilant against TBI symptoms. These symptoms, according to the CDC, may include:
- An inability to think clearly
- Visual changes
- Unusual sleepiness
- Cognitive difficulty
- Light or noise sensitivity
- Physical instability
Many TBI symptoms might persist for days or weeks. Others might linger for months or persist throughout a person’s life. In some cases, the symptoms of a TBI might not become clear until the injured party attempts to engage in routine activities.
Prompt medical intervention may avoid worsening symptoms. It can also result in a clearer, more complete medical record that you can use as proof of your need for monetary compensation.
Your Right to Compensation Has a Time Limit
There are several reasons why it is best to start a lawsuit as soon as possible after a traumatic brain injury. These reasons include the following:
- According to Ohio Revised Code Section 2305.10, the time you generally have to file a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault party is limited to two years from the date of the accident, generally speaking.
- For wrongful death lawsuits, you generally have two years from the date of your loved one’s death to file, per Ohio Revised Code Section 2125.02.
- Evidence may disappear, become unavailable, or lose value over time. If you start your case soon after the accident, there may be more evidence available to prove your need for damages, resulting in a stronger case.
With early notice of your intent to seek compensation, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) lawyer from the Fitch Law Firm LLC can ensure that your lawsuit is filed in time to comply with the legal deadlines that apply to your case. The sooner you call our Marion office, the sooner we can get to work for you.
Our Marion, OH Personal Injury Team will Advocate for You
If you or someone you love suffered a TBI because of another person’s negligence, you might qualify for financial compensation. A traumatic brain injury lawyer from the Fitch Law Firm LLC can help you assign financial liability to the at-fault party and fight for compensation on your behalf.
For a free case review with a member of our team, call our Marion, Ohio office today. We can go over your accident, your injuries, and your legal options during this call.
Let the Fitch Law Firm LLC Make the Difference in Your Recovery from a Traumatic Brain Injury
Accidents turn people’s lives upside down. The degree of upheaval is almost unimaginable when that accident leads to a traumatic brain injury for yourself or a loved one. If your traumatic brain injury is the result of someone else’s negligence, you don’t have to suffer alone. The Fitch Law Firm LLC has spent over three decades fighting for people in your situation.
We’re here to help you get what you deserve after suffering a traumatic brain injury. We’ve been practicing law long enough to know what kind of positive impact we can make in assisting your recovery. Let us help you through it. The sooner you call us, the sooner you can rest easy knowing you’ve got someone fighting for your rights.
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