Brain Injury

Brain Injury

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Santa Ana Brain Injury Attorney

Brain injuries can be devastating and leave victims suffering from lifelong consequences. Unfortunately, these same victims can struggle to recover compensation if another individual or entity caused the injury. At Callahan & Blaine, we are here to help if you need a Santa Ana brain injury attorney by your side. We will not rest until we help you recover compensation and justice for your injuries.

Why Choose Callahan & Blaine for a Brain Injury Claim?

  • At Callahan & Blaine, our team has a reputation for excellent client service and litigation success that goes back nearly four decades.
  • We take brain injury claims very seriously, which means you will be at the forefront of our attention at all times. Clients always know the progress of their case as it goes along.
  • Our attorneys have no problem coming to you if you cannot make it to our offices due to injuries. We will meet you at your home, in a hospital, or in a care facility to offer a free consultation.

How do Brain Injuries Cause Long-Term Issues?

Brain injuries are usually the result of a violent blow or jolt to the body or head, according to the Mayo Clinic. Traumatic brain injuries can also occur if an object penetrates the skull, such as a piece of shrapnel, a bullet, or the skull itself as a result of an external impact.

Mild traumatic brain injuries, often referred to as concussions, typically do not have long-term consequences. However, moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries can lead to significant symptoms and long-term complications for a victim.

Brain injury victims can suffer from a range of physical as well as cognitive and mental symptoms. Long-term physical symptoms of a brain injury can include a person sustaining seizures, paralysis of various muscles, a loss of range of motion, hearing a ringing in the ears, a loss of fine motor skills, and more.

Individuals can also suffer from long-term cognitive difficulties due to a brain injury. This can include issues with memory, learning, judgment, reasoning, and concentration. Brain injury victims may have difficulty understanding speech or writing, and they may have trouble speaking. It is not uncommon for brain injury victims to have trouble organizing their thoughts or ideas or participating in conversations.

Compensation for a Santa Ana Brain Injury Case

Santa Ana brain injury victims may be able to recover various types of compensation if another party caused their injuries. At Callahan & Blaine, our goal is to make sure clients recover economic and non-economic damages for their losses.

Economic damage is referred to calculable losses that brain injury victims are likely to incur due to their injury. This includes:

  • Emergency and ongoing medical expenses
  • Physical therapy or habilitation expenses
  • Compensation to pay for home or vehicle modifications due to a disability
  • Lost wage replacement if a brain injury victim is unable to work
  • Payment for household services the brain injury victim is no longer able to perform

Non-economic damages revolve around less calculable types of losses that brain injury victims are likely to occur. However, these types of losses are just as important to include in the final settlement figure. Non-economic damages for ascendant brain injury include:

  • Loss of quality of life damages
  • Physical and emotional pain and suffering damages
  • Loss of consortium or companionship damages for a spouse and family members

How to Pay for a Brain Injury Attorney

The last thing individuals who sustain brain injuries need to worry about is how they will afford legal assistance. We take Santa Ana brain injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that we handle any fees and upfront costs related to the case, not you.

Additionally, you will not pay any legal fees until after we successfully recover compensation for your losses. The total legal fees will be a percentage of the final settlement or jury verdict, and this percentage will be agreed upon before we begin work on your case. If we do not win your brain injury claim, you will not have to pay any legal fees at all.

How Will an Attorney Help Your Case Succeed?

A skilled brain injury lawyer in Santa Ana will be one of the most crucial aspects of securing the compensation you are entitled to. Personal injury claims are challenging enough as it is, and individuals who have sustained a brain injury and are working through the recovery process should not be the ones responsible for gathering evidence and handling negotiations with the other party.

When you work with a brain injury lawyer, you will have an advocate that will use their resources to investigate the incident. This includes recovering any evidence needed to prove liability and working with expert witnesses who can provide testimony on your behalf. A lawyer will handle all communication and negotiations with the insurance carriers and legal teams for the at-fault party.

Importantly, your lawyer will ensure that you are evaluated by a trusted team of medical professionals as well as economic experts who can help put a dollar figure on how much compensation you should be paid for what has happened. This includes the economic and non-economic damages mentioned above.

Finally, your lawyer will make sure that you a fully represented in court if your case has to go to trial.

Call a Brain Injury Lawyer in Santa Ana Today

If you or somebody you care about has sustained a brain injury caused by the actions of another in the Santa Ana area, reach out to the team at Callahan & Blaine for help as soon as possible. We have the resources necessary to handle every aspect of your claim, and we will take your case to trial if that is what it takes to recover the compensation you need. Turn to our Santa Ana brain injury attorney for help today so we can get started on your case. You can contact us for a free consultation or calling us at 888-284-0809.

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