Alexandria Brain Injury Attorneys
Protecting the Rights of Brain Injury Victims in Alexandria
Your brain is a critical part of your body. It controls your thoughts, memory, emotion, motor skills, vision, breathing, temperature, and hunger. The brain is involved in every process that regulates the body. Given the importance of the human brain, an injury to the brain can have life-altering consequences.
The gravity of a brain injury warrants a top-rated personal injury attorney on your side. The Alexandria brain injury lawyers at Portner & Shure, P.A. will work with you to maximize your compensation and hold the negligent party responsible. We have successfully advocated for injured clients for more than two decades. In that time, many of our attorneys have been recognized by many professional associations, including Super Lawyers® 2021, and praised by our clients within their countless five-star reviews.
At our firm, a language barrier does not present an obstacle to bringing a brain injury case. Members of our team speak Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese), Vietnamese, and Korean, as well as English. If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury, you should contact a skilled Alexandria brain injury attorney as soon as possible. Don’t forget: we do not get paid unless we obtain a favorable settlement or judgment on your behalf.
You’ve got nothing to lose and the upside includes the potential for significant compensation. Call us today to discuss your Alexandria brain injury case: (855) 954-4141.
Understanding Brain Injuries
Brain injuries may be the result of:
- Car accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Sporting accidents
- Gunshot wounds
- Violent shaking of the head
- Slip and fall accidents
Of course, this list is not exhaustive. All substantial accidents have the possibility of causing a victim to suffer a brain injury.
Types of Injuries to the Brain
The causes of brain injuries are classified as traumatic (TBI) or non-traumatic. Traumatic brain injuries and their consequences require extensive medical treatment. The treatment required, and the recovery possible, depends on the underlying injury itself.
Common injuries to the brain include:
- Diffuse Axonal Injury
- Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
- Second impact syndrome
- Closed Head injury
- Open Head Injury
This list is only a preview of the many different brain injuries that accident victims can suffer.
Severity of Brain Injuries
Brain injury victims consistently necessitate significant medical care. For example, a severe brain injury may cause the injured victim to become unconscious. Depending on the facts and medical history of the injured party, the individual may remain in a coma, emerge from the coma, or experience an increased level of consciousness. Brain injury victims may also go into a vegetative state if there is brain death.
Depending on the severity of the underlying injury, the injured victim may need occupational, speech, and neuropsychological therapies for an extended period. Suffice it to say, all of this medical care and future treatment is expensive. As your family struggles to adjust to this new life, the last thing on your mind should be paying your medical bills. A successful TBI case may offer you and your family some respite.
An injured victim is entitled to both economic and non-economic damages. This means, under Virginia law, the brain injury victim can recover prior and future medical expenses, and receive compensation for the tragic pain and suffering the brain they have endured.
Brain Injury Cases Handled with Care
No two people are the same. Likewise, no two brain injuries are the same. At Portner & Shure, we pride ourselves on our individualized and client-centered advocacy. We will assist you through this process. We talk with you to obtain a real sense of the impact of this TBI on your life, family, and future. This information allows us to step into your shoes and truly advocate on your behalf.
Portner & Shure, P.A. has recovered over $300 million on behalf of our injured clients. While the past is no guarantee of the future, insurance companies are well-aware of our reputation and know that we will go head-to-head with them for our clients. Portner & Shure, P.A. accepts no fees unless we recover for you.
Let us help your family. Call (855) 954-4141 or contact us online.