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Long Island Attorneys Who Understand The Severity Of Brain Injury Cases

How would you adequately describe the loss of a person who has suffered a permanent brain injury? An individual with even a moderate degree of permanent brain damage may suffer from amnesia, short-term memory loss, a personality change, or the inability to concentrate or perform cognitive tasks. A more severe head injury may make it impossible for the victim to perform even simple daily tasks, leave the patient in a coma, or restrict the person to a nursing home bed for life.

Brain Injury: Calculating The Value Of A Claim

Attorneys at our Mineola law firm, the Law Offices of Louis D. Stober, L.L.C., have access to medical, occupational, economic and life care experts. When we are representing a victim of traumatic brain injury (TBI), we call on these experts to testify to the jury and insurance adjustors as to our client’s losses — including loss of earning power, loss of ability to enjoy activities, loss of ability to provide emotional support for our client’s family, and the projected cost of a life time of medical care. It is always our goal to help a client with a brain injury recover maximum compensation and live with dignity.

Sources Of Compensation For A Brain Injury

The resources available to your family will vary depending on the unique circumstances surrounding your claim. Our lawyers will advise you on possible sources of compensation, possibly, including health and auto insurance policies and personal injury lawsuits. Below are links to more information on specific areas of our practice:

If you or a family member has suffered a traumatic brain injury, you will have to make difficult decisions during one of the most stressful period of your life. These decisions will have a permanent impact on your financial security. Before signing any insurance settlement form, or becoming discouraged about recovering compensation for your loss, please call 877-791-8076 or email our Mineola, New York, office to arrange a free consultation with an attorney with the appropriate experience.