Our Brain Injury Attorneys Help Victims Recover Substantial Compensation to Help Restore Quality of Life

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Traumatic brain injuries often have debilitating and long-term side effects that severely impact your professional, personal and financial stability. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), in 2010 alone, there were more than two million traumatic brain injuries and 30% of all injury deaths are linked to traumatic brain injury. At Osborne & Francis Law Firm PLLC, our injury attorneys understand the emotional and physical pain associated with brain injuries and work hard to ease some of the burdens and pressures that go along with pursuing legal action. Our primary goal is to investigate and litigate your case to the fullest and help you achieve a positive resolution that allows you to move on in with your life in a better position.

Common causes and symptoms of traumatic brain injuries

Traumatic brain injuries result from bumps or blows to the head that may or may not penetrate the skin and or skull. Mild brain injuries that involve brief changes in mental state or consciousness are called concussions. The most common causes of traumatic brain injuries are:

• Falls
• Unintentional blunt trauma
• Motor vehicle accidents
• Assaults

One of the fastest growing traumatic brain injury trends is the growing prevalence of sports and recreation related brain trauma. Among adolescents aged 19 or younger, the rate of traumatic brain injuries and concussions increased 57% from 2001 to 2009.

Depending of the severity of the brain injury, victims experience a wide range of symptoms that can last for very short periods of time or go on for days, months and even years. Symptoms of traumatic brain injuries include:

• Problems concentrating, thinking, processing and remembering information
• Headache
• Blurry vision
• Sensitivity to light and noise
• Fatigue and lethargy
• Emotional fluctuations causing irritability, sadness and anxiety

Symptoms of a traumatic brain injury may present immediately after the accident, days or months later. It is important to seek medical treatment as soon as possible after an accident and when symptoms begin occurring to minimize long-term complications.

Helping you understand if and when a traumatic brain injury lawsuit is necessary

In many cases, victims suffer traumatic brain injuries due to the fault or negligence of another. Car accidents, slips and falls on another’s property and assault are some of the common situations that often lead to compensation for the victim. Our injury attorneys are well-versed in Florida injury law and have represented numerous clients impacted by a brain injury.

Traumatic brain injury attorneys from Osborne & Francis are ready to fight for your rights

Traumatic brain injuries involve potentially life-altering consequences and are entirely preventable in many cases. Our team of experienced personal injury attorneys provides quality legal advice in a supportive and compassionate atmosphere. Consultations are complimentary and we work on a 100% contingency fee basis. To discuss your legal rights, call 561-293-2600 or contact us online today.