A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is not a condition to be taken lightly. Within seconds of the injury, you could lose consciousness, have difficulty walking, and suffer pain. Yet, your symptoms may not stop there. Within weeks, you could find it hard to remember certain details, experience intense mood swings, and suffer from depression.
If you or a loved one’s TBI was caused by another party’s negligence, our Cincinnati traumatic brain injury lawyers will advocate for you. At Bressman Law, we will compile and organize evidence that proves how your injury occurred and identifies the party whose negligence led to your accident. Then, we will pursue compensation for each of your injury-related losses.
We Help Injured Ohioans Hurt in These Situations
Bressman Law has served injured people for more than 30 years. In our years of service, we’ve helped TBI accident victims after suffering:
- Accidental falls
- Car accidents
- Bicycle collisions
- Sports-related incidents
- Dangerous explosions
Our investigative team’s goal is to prove that negligence caused your condition. That requires proving that because the at-fault party acted recklessly, you were hurt and suffered a TBI. From there, we can pursue your past, present, and future damages.
For a free legal consultation with a traumatic brain injury attorney in Cincinnati, call (614) 538-1116
Damages Our Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer Can Recover for You
When our law firm represents injured clients and their families in Cincinnati, we carefully document their damages. When we assess your case, we will use your medical records to prove the cost of the treatments you are receiving and will require in the future.
Damages we request can include:
- Ongoing medical care
- Ongoing loss of income
- Physical pain and suffering
- Mental and emotional distress
- Impairment or disfigurement
- In-home medical support
- Required therapies and rehabilitation
You can also collect compensation for diminished quality of life if your TBI alters your day-to-day function. To pursue this expense, we will compile your physical and psychological health care records, as well as consult with psychologists on your situation.
At Bressman Law, we work hard to ensure your case is not undervalued or underpaid. We also help you avoid a speedy but low settlement that does not sufficiently cover your expenses.
How We Negotiate a Settlement for You
As mentioned, our client-focused law firm has been serving personal injury clients for more than 30 years. Our familiarity with personal injury and insurance law will help us contest any challenges that impede your right to damages.
To seek the best possible settlement for you, we will:
- Submit proof of the at-fault party’s liability
- Accept and review all settlement offers
- Explain the merits and drawbacks of each offer
- Help you make informed legal decisions
We work hard to ensure your case is accurately valued before making a settlement demand or reviewing any offers.
How Much Can I Recover for My Injury-Related Expenses?
Living with a permanent TBI will require care and support for the rest of your life — a situation that will affect both you and your entire family.
According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in 2010, the anticipated societal impact of TBIs reached $76 billion. Adjusted for inflation today, that’s around $98 billion.
These costs can include direct and indirect medical care. Long term effects can include:
- Difficulty concentrating
- Muscle weakness in limbs
- Fluctuating emotions
- A lack of self-control
- Difficulty communicating
- A lack of coordination
- Inability to balance
- Anxiety and depression
- Hearing and vision trouble
Our law firm helps you assign financial recovery to the negligent party rather than having this task fall to you and your family. We are passionate about leading your fight to recover damages in a kind, compassionate legal environment.
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We Will Manage Each of Your Case’s Filing Deadlines
When you seek compensation for the accident that caused your TBI, the state generally gives you up to two years to file your lawsuit, according to Ohio Revised Code Section 2305.10.
If you are filing a wrongful death lawsuit because a loved one succumbed to a TBI, the state generally gives you up to two years from their passing to file your lawsuit, according to Ohio Revised Code Section 2125.02.
Your lawsuit must be filed within the allotted timeframe. If it is filed late, you could inadvertently relinquish your right to recover damages. With enough notice from you, our legal team will help avoid having your case dismissed in court.
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We Advocate for the Clients We Represent in Cincinnati, Ohio
Each client our personal injury law firm represents is a priority to our entire staff. When they share their experience with our team, previous clients say the following:
- Russell Reynolds: The Bressman Law Firm is the go-to firm that I refer clients to who are injured in the Columbus, Ohio area. I have worked with their attorneys and seen first-hand their superhero approach to fighting for and protecting their client’s rights to damages. I highly recommend them!
- Thomas Burgess: Jedidiah Bressman worked for me when I had an accident, and I would recommend him to others…One day he called and said to come pick-up a check!! Money cannot really compensate for pain and incapacity, but it was better to get more of it than less of it.
Learn more about our commitment to quality client service and support by reading additional reviews on our client testimonials page. You can also look at some of the results we’ve achieved for injured claimants.
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Contact One of Our Team Members Today To Discuss Your Case
Are you or someone you love struggling to cope with the life-changing aftermath of a TBI in Cincinnati? If so, our traumatic brain injury lawyers can help you and your family recover damages to promote your financial stability.
Contact one of our case review team members at Bressman Law now.