Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers in Fort Lauderdale

Brain injuries can be subtle or they can be catastrophic. In either case, the injury makes it impossible for you to function exactly as you did before. For instance, several brain injury victims experience flashbacks, speech disturbances, and emotional problems that will affect them for the rest of their lives.

Call a South Florida Attorney to Learn About Your Legal Options

If you suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) because of another person’s negligence, you owe it to yourself to find out about your legal options. You may be eligible for compensation for your physical, emotional and economic losses. Call Coffey Trial Law in south Florida at (954) 541-3194 to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation.

Causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Brain injuries are commonly the result of serious personal injury accidents such as:

If you suspect a head injury has led to brain injuries, reach out to our law firm. We will discuss your accident, potential liability concerns and your prospects for recovering should you choose to pursue a brain injury lawsuit.

Brain Injury Claims

How Our Law Firm Handles Brain Injury Cases

Each case is unique, which means we will prepare your case using a variety of strategies to ensure we prepare it in the best way possible. Those strategies may include:

  • Obtaining testimony that speaks to your reduced abilities from teachers, coaches, and co-workers, family members, friends, and clergy
  • Engaging respected medical experts including neuropsychiatrists and neurologists
  • Interviewing your treating doctor to determine how the injury affects the your life now and how it will affect you in the future

We consult with workforce specialists to determine how the brain injury could affect your long-term ability to work. We may also find out whether your abilities have changed to the point where you can no longer do the work you did before. We consult with economists to learn how your brain injury will affect your earnings over your lifetime. In instances of closed head injuries, victims often find they have difficulty convincing their doctors that something is wrong. We know how to approach claims involved closed head injuries and can help you get the recovery you require.

Contact Our Fort Lauderdale Attorneys for a Free Consultation

If you suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of a car or truck crash or workplace accident, you owe it to yourself and your family to find out whether you have a case. Call our south Florida law firm at (954) 541-3194 or contact our injury attorneys online. We will put our 20-plus years of combined legal experience to work in your case.

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Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is increasingly prevalent in the United States, and is a true risk for those who operate and ride in motorized vehicles, as well as those who participate in sports or other physically strenuous or recreational activities.

Traumatic Brain Injury

Brain Injury Risks

Contrary to common thought, Brain Injuries are not limited to those who do daring and adventurous exploits: Anyone can suffer from a brain injury from any everyday incident.

Brain Injury Risks

Repercussions of T.B.I.

The brain cells, unlike the rest of the human body, are incapable of replacing themselves. As a result, the repercussions of brain injuries are varied and plentiful: Brain injuries can cause life-long damage.

Repercussions of T.B.I

Traumatic Brain Injury News and Information

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Robotic exoskeleton helps vet with brain injury walk again

Trevor Greene, a former Canadian soldier who suffered a brain injury during an attack in Afghanistan in 2006, walks with a robotic exoskeleton, Sept. 17, 2015, at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia. This is the first time exoskeleton technology, designed for those with spinal cord injuries, has been used for a person with a brain injury, said SFU professor Carolyn Sparrey.
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Posted: September 29, 2015, 4:00 am

New Content:Falling Away

In learning the stories of other TBI survivors and caregivers, I feel an immediate kinship, a sense of connectedness to those with a shared experience. But there is also a downside.
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Posted: September 28, 2015, 4:00 am

New: 87 Deceased NFL Players Test Positive for Brain Disease

A total of 87 out of 91 former NFL players have tested positive for the brain disease at the center of the debate over concussions in football, according to new figures from the nation’s largest brain bank focused on the study of traumatic head injury.

Researchers with the Department of Veterans Affairs and Boston University have now identified the degenerative disease known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, in 96 percent of NFL players that they’ve examined and in 79 percent of all football players. The disease is widely believed to stem from repetitive trauma to the head, and can lead to conditions such as memory loss, depression and dementia. In total, the lab has found CTE in the brain tissue in 131 out of 165 individuals who, before their deaths, played football either professionally, semi-professionally, in college or in high school.

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Posted: September 22, 2015, 4:00 am