Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Symptoms Don’t Always Show Right Away
Even a slight blow to the head suffered in an accident can result in a mild concussion. The injury may not seem very serious until friends, family and co-workers begin noticing tell-tale signs of a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Recovery can takes months and may require ongoing medical treatment and special rehabilitation. In cases of a serious TBI, the victim may never fully recover full cognitive capacity.
Did You Know?
Car accidents, firearms and falls: the three chief causes of brain injuries. Call us to learn more about getting the legal help you need — 706-508-4292.
Find Out How A Lawyer Can Help
If you or a loved one suffered a head injury in a motor vehicle accident, at work or in any kind of accident caused by another party’s negligence in northwestern Georgia or south Tennessee, schedule a free consultation with a personal injury litigation attorney at McCamy, Phillips, Tuggle & Fordham, LLP. Our brain injury lawyers for Dalton and Chattanooga are recognized among the region’s leading trial attorneys, with millions of dollars recovered on behalf of our clients. We will help you get the compensation you and your family need for:
- Medical treatment and ongoing therapy
- Lost wages and earnings for the duration of time you are out of work
- Pain and suffering
- All other expenses directly related to your injuries
Were You Injured At Work?
Brain injuries from workplace accidents are among the most common types of disabilities. Our lawyers can help you file for Georgia or Tennessee workers’ compensation benefits, as well as seek additional compensation you may be entitled to through a third-party lawsuit against the negligent party. Third-party lawsuits can be filed against the manufacturer of a defective product, the property owner and even co-workers or subcontractors whose negligence or misconduct caused the injury.
Contact Our Firm
Call us at 706-508-4292 or contact us using this email form to arrange a return phone call. We offer a free consultation and represent clients on a contingency-fee basis. You will not pay attorney fees unless we help you recover money in a settlement or jury verdict.