Brain Injury Attorneys
Many people think that brain injuries result in coma or amnesia. The fact is, many serious and permanent brain injuries may go undiagnosed for weeks or months following a severe concussion or closed head injury in an accident. Often, the victim is the last to recognize the symptoms. For many reasons, doctors describe brain injuries as the first injuries to occur in an accident, but the last to be diagnosed.
If you or a loved one has been in an accident and has been diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury resulting from a blow to the head or sudden deceleration (whiplash), talk to our brain injury attorneys at Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Goodwin right away. We have decades of experience investigating and clarifying the complex medical and neurological issues that are always part of a brain injury claim or lawsuit.
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Medical evidence in brain injury claims is often complex and technical. To keep the issues clear, we work with many of the region’s leading neurologists, neuropsychologists and life-care specialists to investigate and present your case clearly.
Tests Prove the Damage
While the physical symptoms of a traumatic brain injury may not always be immediately evident, neurological tests don’t lie. When we prepare a case, we rely on test results to clarify the medical and neurological issues and dismiss the defense attorneys’ strategies to nullify the long-term damage.
You will find our brain injury attorneys and professional staff friendly, compassionate and focused on helping you protect your rights. We work as a team to ensure that your questions are answered promptly and the details that are so important in every personal injury case don’t fall through the cracks. You will know that you have an experienced, caring team of leading trial attorneys on your side. We represent clients in brain damage claims involving:
- Concussions and closed head wounds
- Short-term memory loss, long-term memory loss
- Cognitive disabilities
- Neurological damage
- Blurred vision, slurred speech, hearing difficulties
- All other symptoms of traumatic brain injury
Our Modesto brain injury attorneys can provide legal advice and representation for clients throughout the Central Valley region and Northern California. Call us at (209) 522-2211 or contact us by e-mail to arrange an initial consultation with an experienced Modesto personal injury lawyer today.