Accidents that result in a serious brain injury can be devastating and cause permanent health problems or even death. Often, accidents that cause a brain injury are preventable and happen because of the negligence or wrongdoing of another.

Lawyers frequently help brain injury victims recover very large financial settlements to offset a lifetime of medical bills. However, brain injury cases are traumatic, heartbreaking, and extremely complex. As a result, brain injury cases require the help of lawyers with the highest level of legal expertise.

New York Brain Injury Lawyers

Every year, thousands of people in New York suffer a brain injury. If you or a loved suffered a brain injury in New York due to someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, you should contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. In New York, lawyers typically only have 2 ½ years from the date the brain injury occurred within which to file a personal injury claim on your behalf.

Further, if the brain injury occurred at a municipal hospital or clinic, the time for lawyers to help you file a claim is usually restricted to just 90 days from the date the brain injury occurred. In some cases, however, a knowledgeable lawyer can help you apply to file a late claim.

 

Contact Us Today!

Because every brain injury case is different, a knowledgeable attorney should be consulted to help you weigh every legal option available. Our experienced New York brain injury lawyers should be consulted if you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury in New York and you suspect the injury was caused by the negligence or wrongdoing of another.

Our experienced New York brain injury lawyers can answer your legal questions and inform you of your legal rights and options. In addition, our New York brain injury lawyers can help you seek compensation for you or your loved one’s brain injury. For example, you may be entitled to compensation for:

  • medical bills
  • future medical care costs
  • pain and suffering
  • loss of income 

Contact us today for a free and confidential case evaluation.

Published November 17, 2011 by