Brain or Head Injuries

courtroomBrain Injuries-Of all the injuries that an individual can suffer, brain injuries are among the most frightening and the most deadly. I have successfully handled numerous brain injury cases over the last 25 years, and knows how traumatic they can be. Brain or traumatic head injury cases are traumatic for not only the victim but his loved ones and care givers too. You want an lawyer who has experience with these type of cases and can give you the answers and guidance needed to navigate the challenges that such a case face. Do not simply call the ad you see on television or sign an attorney fee agreement with someone who comes to you and is only an investigator or paralegal and not the attorney who will in fact be handling your case. These are questionable practices and a red flag that should make you think to contact another lawyer such as myself, who will personally meet with you and be in direct charge of your case.

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) typically involves a sudden physical trauma to the head. TBI can result from closed head or penetrating head injuries. Closed head injuries occur when the head violently strikes an external object, but the object does not penetrate the skull. Penetrating head injuries occur when the object pierces the skull and damages brain tissue.
There are several different types of traumatic injuries that can damage the brain. A skull fracture occurs when the bone of the skull cracks or breaks. A depressed skull fracture occurs when pieces of the broken skull press into the tissue. This can cause bruising of the tissue, called a contusion. A contusion can also occur in response to shaking of the brain within the confines of the skull. Damage to a major blood vessel within the head can cause a hematoma, or heavy bleeding into or around the brain.

The symptoms of TBI are not necessarily dramatic and can involve conditions as unremarkable as a simple headache. Other warning signs of TBI include nausea, seizures, confusion or other cognitive problems, a change in personality, depression, irritability, and other emotional and behavioral problems. Although the symptoms of TBI can be subtle, the effects of TBI are anything but subtle. The consequences of TBI can range from a mild concussion to permanent physical, cognitive, and behavioral / emotional impairments, seizure disorders, paralysis, coma and death.
If you or someone you know are involved in a head injury or serious spinal cord injury case and need legal advise simply complete the CASE INFORMATION FORM below or call me, Attorney Mike Feldman at (877) 978-4878 for a free case evaluation.
Brain injuries can result from a number of different causes, with the leading causes being motor vehicle crashes, slips and falls, sports-related injuries strokes, anoxia, tumors, viral infections, degenerative diseases, near drowning, and other conditions not involving external force. Approximately 1 million Americans are treated and released from hospital emergency rooms each year as a result of TBI, and an estimated 5.3 million Americans are living today with some form of TBI-related disability.

Because brain injury cases can be very complex, you need an experienced and aggressive brain injury attorney to successfully handle them. The Injury Law Offices of Michael Feldman have the necessary experience you need. We have sued doctors and other individuals responsible for brain injuries, and we are not afraid to take them to trial if one of our clients has been injured. Accordingly, if you or someone you know have sustained related injuries, please contact my office by simply completing the CASE INFORMATION FORM below or call me, Attorney Mike Feldman at (877) 978-4878 for a free case evaluation.

Spinal Cord Injuries

Although the spinal cord is only 18 inches long, and is made up of tiny, delicate nerve cells, a spinal cord injury (SCI) can be a traumatic and devastating injury resulting in a lifetime of pain, suffering and huge medical expenses. At the Injury Law Offices of Michael Feldman, we know how devastating these injuries can be, and we have more than 25 years of experience in helping spinal cord injury victims put their lives back together.

A SCI typically involves some type of trauma to the nerve cells that form the spinal cord. As the spinal cord carries messages from the brain to various parts of the body to control functions such as movement, breathing, speaking, and other critical body functions, an injury to the spinal cord disrupts this communication, leading to the impairment of the body’s sensory, motor and involuntary reflex functions. Depending upon the nature and extent of the SCI, these disruptions can lead to two devastating conditions: paraplegia (paralysis of the lower portions of the body) or quadriplegia (paralysis of the upper and lower parts of the body).

The principal causes of SCI are motor vehicle collisions, slip and falls, acts of violence, sports-related injuries, and other incidents that cause injury or compression to the nerve cells of the spinal cord. Approximately 250,000 Americans currently suffer form some form of SCI, and there are about 11,000 new cases annually.

The costs related to SCI can be staggering. More than half of all spinal cord injuries result in quadriplegia, resulting in an average hospital stay of 95 days and approximately $120,000 in medical expenses. For individuals who sustain SCI at the age of 25, the average lifetime medical costs for quadriplegia is $1.35 million. And these figure do not take into account the physical and emotional suffering of the victims, the loss of wages and other income, and the financial and emotional burdens that SCI places on the victims’ care givers, who are more often than not close family members of the victim.

Because spinal cord injury cases can be very complex, you need an experienced and aggressive attorney to successfully handle them. The Injury Law Offices of Michael Feldman has the necessary experience. We have sued doctors and other individuals responsible for spinal cord injuries, and we are not afraid to take them to trial if one of our clients has been injured. Accordingly, if you or someone you know has sustained a spinal cord related injury, Contact Attorney Mike Feldman toll free at (877) 978-4878 for a free initial consultation or fill out the CASE EVALUATION FORM that follows:

 

Spinal Cord Injuries- Although the spinal cord is only 18 inches long, and is made up of tiny, delicate nerve cells, a spinal cord injury (SCI) can be a traumatic and devastating injury resulting in a lifetime of pain, suffering and huge medical expenses. At the Injury Law Offices of Michael Feldman, we know how devastating these injuries can be, and we have more than 25 years of experience in helping spinal cord injury victims put their lives back together.A SCI typically involves some type of trauma to the nerve cells that form the spinal cord. As the spinal cord carries messages from the brain to various parts of the body to control functions such as movement, breathing, speaking, and other critical body functions, an injury to the spinal cord disrupts this communication, leading to the impairment of the body’s sensory, motor and involuntary reflex functions. Depending upon the nature and extent of the SCI, these disruptions can lead to two devastating conditions: paraplegia (paralysis of the lower portions of the body) or quadriplegia (paralysis of the upper and lower parts of the body).The principal causes of SCI are motor vehicle collisions, slip and falls, acts of violence, sports-related injuries, and other incidents that cause injury or compression to the nerve cells of the spinal cord. Approximately 250,000 Americans currently suffer form some form of SCI, and there are about 11,000 new cases annually.The costs related to SCI can be staggering. More than half of all spinal cord injuries result in quadriplegia, resulting in an average hospital stay of 95 days and approximately $120,000 in medical expenses. For individuals who sustain SCI at the age of 25, the average lifetime medical costs for quadriplegia is $1.35 million. And these figures do not take into account the physical and emotional suffering of the victims, the loss of wages and other income, and the financial and emotional burdens that SCI places on the victims’ care givers, who are more often than not close family members of the victim.

Because spinal cord injury cases can be very complex, you need an experienced and aggressive attorney to successfully handle them. The Injury Law Offices of Michael Feldman has the necessary experience. We have sued doctors and other individuals responsible for spinal cord injuries, and we are not afraid to take them to trial if one of our clients has been injured. Accordingly, if you or someone you know has sustained a spinal cord related injury, Contact Attorney Mike Feldman toll free at (877) 978-4878 for a free initial consultation or fill out the CASE EVALUATION FORM that follows:

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