Indiana Brain Injury Attorney
If you’re looking into Indiana brain injury attorneys, you’ve likely endured serious trauma recently. Brain injuries are complicated and can have repercussions that last a lifetime. For adults, traumatic brain injuries can radically affect their ability to go about daily activities. For children, developmental challenges can affect growth and learning ability, as well as future income potential. These are serious issues to consider in the wake of a traumatic brain injury.
If your loved one has sustained a head injury in an accident, you need someone on your side ready to fight for your rights and help you get a financial settlement that meets your needs into the future. Our compassionate, experienced brain injury attorneys are ready to help you navigate the complex world of personal injury law.
Why You Need a Brain Injury Lawyer
The first question that needs to be answered in most personal injury cases, including those involving traumatic brain injury, is whether another person or business’s negligence was the cause of the accident. If you can demonstrate that reckless behavior, such as drunk or distracted driving, or negligence, you may have grounds to pursue compensation in a personal injury claim.
But you don’t need to prove your case yourself. That’s where an experienced brain injury lawyer at Team Green can step in to help you. At your free consultation, we will talk with you about the particulars of your case and work to set realistic expectations of what sort of recovery you may be able to achieve.
When you choose to work with us, we’ll get to work gathering evidence from the accident, speaking with key witnesses, reviewing police reports, interviewing experts, and more to begin painting a picture of what caused the accident and who might be held responsible for your injuries.
Contact Us Today
You are not alone. You may feel out of your depth even considering a personal injury claim, but this is what we do. We understand how the system works and will come alongside you to manage your legal claim and communicate with you every step of the way. That way, you can focus on everything else that needs to be done in the wake of a serious accident.
Don’t wait. Talk to Team Green today.
Team Green is a different kind of law firm. We’re not going to make you promises we can’t deliver on. This is our promise to you: we will guide you through the legal process, working with you through straight talk and personal attention, and we’ll work for you with smart, aggressive representation to get the settlement or judgment you deserve. Other lawyers show their case results on their websites, but not only does that imply results they can’t guarantee — it’s against the Indiana Rules of Professional Conduct (Rule 7.1  (2)). But you should know that the results of one successful case does not tell us what will happen with you. We will work with you to set realistic expectations of the timeline and money that could be recovered for your unique case.
Frequently Asked Questions for Brain Injury Lawyers
Psychologists and/or medical professionals have a variety of methods for diagnosing brain injuries and assessing their extent. A few medical diagnostic tools that may be used include magnetic resonance imaging (MRIs), computerized tomography (CT) scans, intracranial pressure monitoring (ICP) and EEGs. We will work with you to ensure you or your loved one has received the proper testing and has the documentation needed to demonstrate the injury for your claim.
Yes. The brain affects all of a person’s senses and abilities, so many different types of disabilities can emerge after a traumatic brain injury. These may include sensory deficits, decreased muscle coordination, cognitive and memory problems, personality changes, or difficulty with language and communication.
Within a few days following a traumatic brain injury, many people will display symptoms that may include dizziness, headaches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, general agitation or emotional changes like anxiety, sadness, and apathy. These symptoms are called Postconcussion Syndrome (PCS) and occur in nearly half of patients who have a traumatic brain injury.
If you or someone you know displays any of these symptoms, seek medical attention right away.