Ehline Law Firm is US-based, practicing law in federal and state court. Our offices can help almost any brain injury victim wounded in the U.S. in partnership with experts around the globe.
These are inter-jurisdictional victims wounded by negligence while traveling. Our goal is to obtain maximum damages from the at-fault party’s insurance carrier.
We assist wounded families or their loved ones suffering from traumatic brain injuries (TBI). A TBI is a traumatic, disabling, and deadly injury caused by head trauma, including violent jarring and shaking.
Our brain injury attorneys know your daily life routine can change after suffering a TBI. You and your injured loved one will be more vulnerable than ever. For instance, brain injury survivors face limitations in mood, interacting, and performing normal physical functions.
These cases can be especially challenging for parents with small children to manage. Head injury victims may need expensive medical care, child care, assistive living devices. A live-in nurse for life may be necessary.
We’ll seek compensation from the at-fault party or parties who caused your condition. We will pursue lost earnings, including therapy, surgery, pain, suffering, and lifetime care.
Put our experience to work for you to get the maximum payout on your terms. Learn more about brain injury lawsuits—call (833) WIN-CASE.
Why Hire A Brain Injury Lawyer?
Survivors usually become challenged by the physical and emotional wounds taking up most of their time.
Take a look at why hiring our brain injury lawyer can help you recover maximum compensation for a head wound.
Stability: Finding the right lawyer means you’ll be on top of the laws and gather the records. Our focus remains on the defendant’s failure to keep you safe.
Contingency Fee: Our policy is no recovery, no obligation to pay us fees. There is nothing to charge you for unless we meet these standards.
Free Consultation: Everything you discuss will be confidential and privileged, even if you don’t hire our firm.
Millions Recovered: We have recovered over $150 million since 2005. We’ll pursue the highest amount of verdict or settlement dollars throughout the process.
By retaining our United States injury lawyers, you can take a step toward negligence claim financial relief.
Why Select Ehline Law Firm?
We Fight Insurance Companies On Your Behalf
Filing a lawsuit can be time-consuming, stressful, and physically demanding. Hiring the wrong accident lawyer or accepting the first settlement offer you receive is stupid.
Get the settlement you deserve. Caving in this manner may leave you stuck paying many accident-related expenses and losses. Let us fight for your negligence claim!
We are experienced in representing clients through all phases of negligence litigation. Our very best brain injury attorney does everything possible to obtain an optimum result.
Some of our own families suffer from these types of wounds. We have compassion for these people. Maximizing the compensation for brain injury cases remains vital to our law offices. From day one, we will offer you personalized attention to help you overcome this terrible experience.
Thanks to our decades of legal work, we maintain the skills and expertise to pursue justice. If you or your close family were hurt in a United States accident, you must learn about the long-term implications.
Our lawyers will work with your medical team and experts to determine and prove the nature and extent of your accident injuries.
Common Causes Of Brain Injuries?
Some circumstances include vehicle occupants being ejected through a windshield during a high-speed collision. In many states, sidewalks or the road may be poorly illuminated or maintained.
The claimant could have compensation claims against many at-fault defendants. But we’ll use the community accident history and witness testimony to establish negligent party relationships.
A primary reason for head injuries is a slip and fall case, especially for elderly folks falling on the ground. Usually, a slippery floor is the culprit. Allowing this situation makes the entity liable for failing to post a warning sign during cleaning activities.
Sometimes children are injured during the course of organized sports. Other times, long-term contact sports involving violence, like Hockey and Football, results in a CTE, altering lives forever.
Sometimes the airbags may fail, or a poorly labeled or designed product such as a car, escalator, or elevator part fails, causing severe injuries deaths. A motorcycle accident could be caused by bad tires or failed brakes, for example.
If we are unable to settle, your case may go before a judge during a jury trial.
$10.5 million for a TBI survivor after a motorcycle v. heavy truck accident
$3.265 million for a brain injury survivor in a motorcycle collision
$8.7 million for a motorcycle accident survivor with post-concussive syndrome and severe bodily injuries.
$2.3 million for a motorist suffering severe injuries, including a head injury.
If you have a high risk of debilitating injury, having experienced legal representation from a dedicated lawyer with proven case results in all practice areas can make all the difference.
If you suffered a TBI recently, contact an attorney at Ehline Law Firm right away. Our team of experienced professionals helps individuals nationwide.
Ehline Law Firm Personal Injury strive to provide the best legal representation for your individual success. Our personal injury firm offer confidential, free FREE consultations!
How Is Brain Damage Diagnosed?
In America, up to 1.7 million people suffer a TBI each year, and 70k suffer long-term disabilities as a result on this personal injury.
Almost half of TBIs are caused by trips, slips, or falls. Falling or slipping is most common among older adults.
1. Disorientation or confusion
2. Amnesia near the time of injury
3. Neurological or neuropsychological problems
4. A score of 13 or higher on the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS)
After a personal injury accident, some may receive a favorable prognosis. But not every individual will recover quickly or completely. Some may take longer than others to get better. Not everyone will fully recover despite resources and the passage of time.
Common TBI Injury Symptoms
• Dizziness (Ex: Oxygen deprivation from smoke, fire, or drowning)
• Short and long term memory loss
• Personality changes in general
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Brain injury attorneys in the United States, like hospital nurses, are necessary when injured. Brain injuries can be very complex, going unnoticed for years after the injury-causing accident. The defendant will deny everything, even when documents prove your hospital visits and lengthy rehabilitation.
If your thinking insurance sends you money for your losses, you’re mistaken. That’s now how this process works. Civil negligence litigation costs the plaintiff valuable time, money, and life enjoyment activities. The first step in getting paid is hiring a tort lawyer.
Your lawyer will answer your questions. Ultimately, proving negligence damaged you is how we win. The difference between small jury verdicts or a large settlement outcome amount depends on the lawyer.
To prove your type of case, the evidence must show that defendant breached their duty of reasonable care. Or you must establish a causal connection with an aggravated, pre-existing physical condition. However, employees generally have no-fault coverage through their job.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) claims that TBIs make up 1/3 of all U.S. injury-related deaths. Some TBI symptoms may appear minor, short-term, and subtle. Hence, claims adjusters and insurance defense lawyers attempt to level or minimize undeniable brain injury claims expenses or loss expenses.
These corporate mouthpieces will allege your condition was minor and you experienced full rehabilitation. However, 10-15% of short-term TBI patients won’t make a full recovery as much as a year after the fact. This person will endure persistent headaches, neck pain, or dizziness.
Our lead brain injury lawyer is educated in medicine and law. Our office knows that even minor brain injuries can result in long-term suffering. We’ve seen firsthand how low-impact accidents can lead to chronic disabilities. Our office will fight this opprobrious tactic and the many risks it poses.
Yes, they will! Insurance adjusters often dismiss verified tests proving you suffered a traumatic brain injury as inconclusive. These bullies will argue your X-Ray or another test was negative, or your surgeon was wrong about your case.
Often, these empty arguments are used against unrepresented brain injury victims. Our professional traumatic brain injury lawyers will question these bullying, strongarm tactics, defeating them with science and logic.
As noted, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) results can miss unobserved microscopic lesions and damaged neurons. Diagnostic testing has improved over the past 20 years. With help from your doctor, we’ll counter red herring situations created by the at-fault party’s legal team.
Sometimes the emergency room’s neuropsychology tests also appear normal, offering no clear evidence of a disability. Services from a second neurologist can help resolve these situations.
Our traumatic brain injury lawyers might work with neurologists on a medical lien to further assess everything on your behalf. The doctor will look at the patient’s cognitive and functional impairment and compare the patient’s past medical history and latest condition.
After suffering a TBI, our brain injury attorneys can help you file the necessary compensation claims or lawsuits. We will fight insurance company tactics. We strive to get survivors money to pay for the considerable damages they will suffer over life.
Yes. We are experts at finding trouble as it surfaces. First, we’ll document your complaints. With the assistance of high-quality medical experts, our investigators will review every page of your medical evaluation report.
Head injuries are common during vehicle collisions. They can be closed or open MTBI.
Post-concussion syndrome brain injury symptoms can include:
These ailments warrant prompt attention. Post-concussion syndrome, an extended repercussion of a concussion, can significantly inhibit your ability to perform tasks and interfere with many job functions.
Low-quality physicians may overlook concussions or focus more on orthopedic injuries and organ damage. Neglecting the other ramifications that follow a patient’s initial head injury could be medical malpractice. It’s essential to hire a great physician in your community for treating traumatic brain injuries.
Diagnosis of post-concussion syndrome is based on the patient’s history, including physical and neurological examination results. In some cases, other diagnostic tests can rule a more serious brain condition.
Medical treatment for post-concussion syndrome is geared toward relieving symptoms and prevention:
The risk factors for post-concussive syndrome are increased by the patient’s age and prior history of concussions. Following a head injury, doctors recommend avoiding contact or physical exertion. Sustaining another concussion increases exponentially if a second trauma occurs before the first is healed. This secondary impact syndrome causes death among 11% of victims.
Repeated concussions can have serious and debilitating long-term body effects. Football players, athletes, runners, or anyone who suffers from repeated concussions can develop into CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy), Dementia (usually Alzheimer’s disease), Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Severe Depression.
A cerebral contusion is a bruise to the brain tissue. (Ex: blow to the head during boxing or a car accident). Larger contusions may require surgery.
Cerebral contusions typically occur in the cortical tissue beneath the impact location. Blood vessel leaks and microhemorrhages characterize this medical condition. Contusions will generally manifest near where an impact or surgery occurred. But not all contusions remain physical impact site related.
A contusion should not be left untreated as it creates swelling, which can lead to life-threatening consequences. For example, intracranial pressure or permanent damage compensation remains possible. The severity of your brain injury depends on the brain anatomy impacted.
Brain swelling and tissue inflammation are most severe 5-6 days following a hard head impact. Additionally, toxins are released by the trauma, which swells and infiltrates surrounding tissues.
A Contrecoup brain injury results when the head is impacted first on one side and then on the other. The first impact causes a contusion on one side of the brain and, if there’s enough force behind it, a contusion will form on the other side of the brain.
A coup injury occurs directly under the area of impact. A contrecoup injury occurs on the side directly opposite the impact. In a coup-contrecoup, both sides of the brain are damaged.
Penetrating Brain Injury
A penetrating skull injury forces skull matter into the brain, often from gunshot wounds or stabbings. Removing any objects from brain matter can be as fatal as leaving the debris in place. Whether you were blown up on a military battlefield or hurt in your local community, our best attorney can explain everything. This charismatic attorney will discuss all the federal and state laws covering your matter.
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A hematoma is a clump of blood or other liquid between the skull and the brain. Sometimes, this swelling occurs inside your head cavity instead of sitting outside the skull in between your scalp. Ehline Law Firm’s top brain injury lawyer helps victims nationwide suffering from this illness.
Brain injuries can be caused by whiplash with no manner of head contact or loss of consciousness. Over 20% of car accidents involve head injuries, according to Ezriel Kornel, M.D., F.A.C.S., and Michael Freeman, Ph.D.
Some may be stricken with Hemidi-Astrocytic Chiari Malformation, causing partial brain protrusion through their skull’s base.
One could potentially suffer a TBI from whiplash. This is because of rapid acceleration/deceleration forces. These are commonly experienced in a rear-end car accident. This could result in your grey matter impacting opposite sides of your skull.
Diffuse axonal injury is an extremely serious malady that can result from trauma to the back of the head. Diffuse axonal injury (DAI) is caused by a sudden deceleration coupled with acceleration. This movement creates a whiplash effect.
Diffuse axonal injuries can be challenging to identify because they can happen in accidents with no apparent signs of injury. Victims won’t experience loss of consciousness or head impact.
The jostling of the brain disrupts nerve cells and hinders their ability to transmit vital messages across neurons. This type of traumatic injury often arises as a consequence of car crashes.
Victims of diffuse axonal injury often experience bleeding and being unconscious. Insurance companies and doctors will be hard-pressed to overlook a DAI since they have very severe impairments.
A prolonged lack of oxygen (anoxic) can lead to wrongful death or permanent damage.
Brain injuries can create tough challenges in the aftermath. Though they come in a wide variety, traumatic brain injuries tend to cause severe damage compared to other ailments. Traumatic brain injuries are difficult to manage.
We still don’t understand exactly how our brains function. Damages can manifest in devastating ways, including physical and cognitive difficulties.
There are two main financial damages, economic (tangible) and non-economic (intangible) damages.
The overall value of any settlements or verdicts is determined as follows:
We advise our clients always to measure a head injury claim against their overall financial status and not simply rely on the estimate for medical costs because those figures can vary widely.
Sometimes medical bills are one of the damages to consider after a traumatic brain injury. Those expenses add up, with prescription drugs, therapy sessions, and checkups only driving prices higher.
Victims may experience loss of income from taking time off work treating. Many people end up losing their wages, jobs, or careers.
When someone suffers a traumatic brain injury, their damages are immediate and far-reaching. The person might put their entire family through intense bouts of pain and suffering. Besides companionship issues, families face tangible consequences like an economic loss.
Migraines, dizziness, nausea, and fatigue are common with a traumatic brain injury.
Standard non-economic damages include:
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As brain injury attorneys, we can access the best technology for evaluating and treating traumatic brain injuries. We’ll help the client receive the best medical care for their TBI case on a lien. Our team has won legal and medical battles against insurance companies. Let us fight for you too! According to scientific research, no solid object contact requirements exist. (Ex: shaken baby syndrome)
In most states, your time to sue for traumatic brain injury compensation is dictated by a statute. Time for suing the government or a private party may be shortened as a matter of sovereign or qualified immunity. Don’t sleep on your rights. Hire injury attorneys with a proven track record today for your case.
Our United States Injury lawyers have experience handling brain injury victims. We help individuals nationwide with legal challenges from insurance companies and defense attorneys.
Our injury law firm handles cases for any person dealing with negligently caused closed head injuries. Call our office today by dialing our phone number at (833) LETS-SUE to learn your options. You can also set up a confidential, complimentary appointment. Use our convenient online website contact form.
1. Alexander, M.P., Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Pathophysiology Natural History and Clinical Management, 45 Neurology 1256, 1256 (1995)
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