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Brain Injury

Brain injury occurs suddenly, without warning. In an instant life is changed, forever. Every day we participate in activities that produce endless risks for sustaining a brain injury; events include a car accident while driving to the grocery store, a fall from a bike, or a blow to the head.

Each year, approximately 600 people out of every 100,000 sustain a minor brain injury, and 11 out of 100,000 suffer a severe brain injury. More than 30% of severe traumatic brain injuries are fatal, and the rest leave the individual with lifelong disabilities. Traumatic brain injuries are the leading cause of death and disability in persons under the age of 44.

There are two types of head injuries which can lead to damage within the brain (closed head injuries and penetrating head injuries). The physical damage within the brain can occur in three ways: bruising (bleeding), swelling, and tearing. Traumatic brain injury is characterized by a loss of consciousness.

Typically, the longer an individual remains unconscious the greater the sustained damage. The resulting physical, cognitive, behavioral, and/or emotional complications can last for months or become permanent.

If you or a loved one have suffered a brain injury as a result of someone's negligent act, you are entiteld to compensation for pain and suffering, medical bills and medical rehabilitation, loss of past, present and future income, loss of competitve advantage, and present and future costs of care including attendant care beenfits, housekeeping assistance, caregiving assitance, and future medical rehabilitation. You don't have to suffer alone - let us help you with your burden. We will assit you in recovering the maximum compensation you deserve as you begin your journey to recovery from your serious brain injury.

Call us now for a free analysis of your brain injury case: 416-621-9111 or request a free case evaluation.