A Brain Injury Should Not Derail Your Life
Experiencing a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can throw your life into chaos. Physical pain, extensive rehabilitation, costly medical bills: between these challenges, you may feel as if your life is no longer your own.
You do not deserve to endure this challenge alone. Work with the attorneys at The Law Offices of Eugene K. Hollander to take back your life. For more than 20 years, our firm has represented the survivors of TBIs, helping them recover financial compensation and embrace a healthy future.
Common Causes Of Brain Injuries
Traumatic brain injuries can happen to anyone anywhere. Even the most cautious of people cannot always avoid them. Some of the most common causes of head injuries include:
- Car accidents: Head injuries are common in motor vehicle accidents because a passenger’s head often slams against the door, dashboard or steering wheel, resulting in brain trauma.
- Bicycle accidents: Even with a helmet, cyclists race a high risk of brain injuries and other injuries like fractures. This is because bicycles do not have a protective surrounding like cars do.
- Construction accidents: Falling objects, malfunctioning equipment, scaffolding accidents—these are just a few sources of brain injuries at construction sites.
- Slip-and-falls: Slipping or tripping might not seem serious, but they can cause serious injuries to the skull and brain.
No matter what caused your injury, our team at The Law Offices of Eugene K. Hollander will help you seek maximum compensation for your damages.
What Are The Different Types Of Brain Injuries?
Brain trauma is a very complex medical field. Several varieties of brain injuries exist, including:
- Skull fractures
- Diffuse axonal injury
Our team is committed to helping you recover the most compensation available so that you can afford technologically advanced medical treatment accurately diagnose and treat your injuries.
Get Your Life Back After A Brain Injury
Contact our office in Chicago to schedule a free initial consultation. We are ready to help you with the issues that a TBI has brought to your life. To reach us, call 312-425-9100 or send us an email.