Traumatic brain injuries can lead to devastating consequences: including prolonged treatment, expensive medical bills, loss of cognitive ability, personality changes, and loss of income. Despite the dramatic effects of a brain injury, these injuries can be among the hardest to prove in court.
Most brain injuries don’t show up on an MRI or other imaging, and because medical providers and car accident victims themselves are so focused on orthopedic issues from their accident, victims may not know they’ve suffered a brain injury until a family member, friend, or coworker notice that something has changed in their behavior. Often, it is a friend or family member who reaches out to an attorney for help with their loved one's car accident claim.
Because brain injury cases can be so complicated, James Abrenio created this seven video series to help accident victims and their families understand brain injury cases and how insurance companies and juries view and evaluate these cases.
What You Will Learn:
- What makes brain injury cases different from other personal injury claims.
- How brain injuries are usually discovered after a car accidents.
- The types of treatment commonly seen in brain injury cases.
- The process of brain injury cases and what you can expect.
- How the insurance company views your case and the types of questions you can expect from the insurance company's attorneys.
- How much brain injury cases are typically work and the factors that go into valuing your personal injury claim.
- What your insurance policy says about brain injuries and what that means for your claim.
- ... and MUCH MORE!