As your brain injury attorney with decades experience, I know brain damage commonly occurs in auto accidents, construction accidents, and similar accidental trauma. Moreover, I proudly serve you in Southwest Florida—Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Sanibel, Captiva, Bonita Springs, Estero, Naples, Lehigh Acres, Fort Myers Beach, Marco Island, Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Venice—and local communities.
Brain Injury Attorney Addresses Irreversible Brain Damage
Following a vehicle crash involving blunt force trauma to the brain, a victim may suffer brain swelling. Consequently, brain damage begins.
Especially relevant, swelling puts pressure on brain structures. Moreover, this results in intracranial pressure. Accordingly, as a brain enlarges through swelling in this confined space—your skull has small margin—brain tissue continues pressing against skull bone. Consequently, your brain suffers physical damage. As your brain injury attorney, I know this leads to devastating results.
For example, when intracranial pressure progresses, a victim usually dies. Accordingly, emergency hospital treatment includes efforts to reduce swelling and intracranial pressure. Moreover, when these efforts are successful, then brain pressure gradually decreases through medical management. However, from my brain injury attorney experience, permanent deficits often result.
Accordingly, although survivors live, significant brain damage may already occur. Moreover, these brain injuries are irreversible, leading to lifetime losses.
As your Fort Myers brain injury attorney, I’ll take your fight to all responsible parties and insurance companies. Because I know your entire future may be at stake.
Brain Injury Attorney Focuses on Your Future
Brain damage is permanent. While progress may happen through accommodation and therapy, physical damage is always present. Moreover, a closed head injury and its effects vary in severity.
For example, moderate or severe traumatic brain injury may cause several ongoing conditions:
- chronic headache
- ongoing vomiting or nausea
- inability to awaken
- vision changes
- slurred speech
- aphasia or difficulty using words
- dysarthria or muscle weakness which results in disordered speech
- weakness or numbness in the limbs
- loss of coordination
- mood disorder
In other words, people often change dramatically after a TBI. Losing critical mental function results in lifetime consequences. Accordingly, families, friends, and co-workers lose a cherished dad, mom, sibling, or child, and now face a new person.
Experienced in brain damage cases, your brain injury attorney appreciates this tremendous level of hardship and challenge. Accordingly, we work very hard on achieving justice for you.
Brain Injury Attorney Fights for Lifetime Compensation
Every brain injury attorney knows TBI dramatically changes survivors. Especially relevant, functional TBI victims always have some physical, mental, and social problems resulting from brain damage. Moreover, even mild TBI cause pain, hardship, and loss.
Whoever causes your loved one’s brain damage should be accountable. As your brain injury attorney, I pursue full compensation for your burdens, financial needs, and more promising future. Moreover, I fight to hold them answerable to you, your family, and justice.
Furthermore, I know your losses are overwhelming. While money cannot restore everything back to normal, money compensation can provide access to best health care and rehabilitation providers and treatment.
Accordingly, as your Fort Myers brain injury attorney, I provide guidance and advocacy you can trust. I value every client, takes time to know you, answer your questions, and always respond to your needs.
So, let’s get moving together in a positive direction. Contact me now for your free and thorough consultation.