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Brain Injury

Atlanta Brain Injury Lawyer

Georgia Head Injury Attorney

Brain injuries can have severe consequences. A person suffering from a brain injury that is caused by the negligence of another individual should contact an experienced personal injury attorney. Victims of brain injuries may be eligible for compensation from the individual whose negligence resulted in the injuries and also from other sources based on the circumstances of their injury. Brain injuries can result in paralysis. Brain injuries can leave a normal healthy person disabled either temporarily or permanently. Brain injury victims will have problems in comprehending the things happening around them. In many cases the effects of a brain injury are not immediate. It can take time for the effects to show up. Many victims do not notice the effects until months after the injury. An experienced personal injury lawyer can review the facts of the case and advice on the options for seeking compensation.

In any brain injury case, negligence is an important factor. The victim must prove that the defendant’s negligence was the cause of the accident that resulted in the brain injury. To establish negligence, the victim must prove that the defendant had a duty to exercise reasonable care but failed to do so. The victim must also prove that the defendant could have reasonably foreseen the injury and had the defendant exercised reasonable care, the accident and the subsequent injury could have been avoided. Proving these factors in a court of law requires the skill and experience of an experienced personal injury attorney.

The victim’s medical records are the best form of evidence in a brain injury lawsuit. In a brain injury lawsuit, expert witnesses can play an important role by testifying about the injuries. Many factors will play an important role in the amount of compensation that courts grant in a successful brain injury lawsuit. These factors include the state law, the injuries, the victim’s age and employment status, etc.

A defective product can also cause a brain injury. For example, when you person is riding a cycle wearing a helmet he or she would expect that in case of a fall, the helmet will protect his or her head. However if the cyclist falls and suffers from brain injuries, then the cyclist can seek compensation from the manufacturer and other involved in the manufacture, distribution and sale of the helmet. An experienced personal injury lawyer can review the facts of the case and determine the various sources of compensation. If poor road conditions or bad street lighting is one of the contributing factors to the accident, then the victim can also seek compensation from the local council.

When medical negligence is the cause of the brain injury, the victim can seek compensation from the doctor and the hospital. In a medical negligence lawsuit, the victim must demonstrate that the conduct of the doctor and other hospital staff differed from the prescribed conduct. An experienced personal injury lawyer can review the facts of the case and determine the liability of the parties involved.

To succeed in a brain injury compensation lawsuit you will need deep knowledge and the ability to interpret the complex laws. You must hire the services of an experienced personal injury lawyer. You must file your claim with the prescribed statute of limitation otherwise you will loose your right to seek compensation.