Shreveport Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney

Dealing with Your Brain Injury Case

Brain injury cases require the close attention of a high-quality medical staff and a knowledgeable attorney. A traumatic brain injury or (TBI) can affect a person for the rest of their life. It can leave you with high medical expenses from the initial injury as well as expenses for ongoing therapy. If you or a loved one has been victim of a brain injury, contact our Shreveport personal injury attorney today.

Although brain injuries can be caused by a wide range of accidents, they are often the result of a car accident. Quite often these are side impact accidents where the airbag was not able to prevent injury. If the accident was the result of negligence on the part of the other driver, call Morris, Dewett & Savoie, LLC.

Delayed Effects of Brain Damage

The extent of a brain injury may not become observable until some time has passed. There may be an obvious brain injury resulting from an impact to the head or the damage may be the result of the head getting shaken around too violently. In these latter cases, the damages may become evident later on when there is swelling in the brain tissue. The effects of brain injury can be anything from the victim being comatose to having greatly impaired motor function. A brain injury in a child can be the result of mistakes made by doctors.

Fighting for the Settlement You Deserve

At Morris, Dewett & Savoie, LLC, our law office has a reputation for winning large settlements for our clients. We understand what a brain injury that is the result of an accident can do to a person and also the financial and emotional toll this can take on their family. Understand that if the accident was the result of someone else's negligence, they are liable for the damages and we will fight aggressively to get you the settlement you deserve.

Contact our firm today to pursue just compensation. Get started now with a free case evaluation.

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