Brain damage is incredibly difficult to heal. Scientists now know that the brain can change itself, but it’s a slow process. Full recovery isn’t always possible, which means you could be stuck with disabilities, left unable to work, and experience a reduced quality of life after your injury.
Our brain damage attorneys in New Rochelle at Morelli Law Firm wish to speak with you about what happened. There’s a chance you could receive substantial compensation for your brain injury. And you can use that money for medical care, medical equipment, lost wages, and much more.
Why You Need Compensation After Suffering Brain Damage
First, because you have a right to claim it under law if someone else is responsible for your injury. You can sue the responsible party directly or their insurer to get payment for all the costs of your injury, including:
- Medical bills
- Disability payments
- Lost wages
- Changes to your home to accommodate your injury
- Pain and suffering
The second reason is because brain damage doesn’t heal well. Brain injuries become quite expensive over time. By hiring one of our brain damage lawyers in New Rochelle, you’ll have an ally to look over any settlement agreements and argue for the true value of your case.
Insurance companies are counting on you accepting their first offer after a severe injury. They don’t want you to speak with a lawyer to get the full story. If you get approached, tell them you wish to speak with a lawyer first, then call Morelli Law for advice.
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Why Are Brain Injuries So Expensive to Treat?
The brain controls almost every function of our body, and it is the seat of our minds. When it gets damaged, just about anything can go wrong that involves the nervous system or our mental health. Some of the symptoms that can happen after brain damage include:
- Behavioral changes
- Decreased motor skills
- Incorrect nerve conduction
- Cognitive problems
- Blood pressure issues
- Breathing issues
- Bowel and bladder problems
- Neuropathy-related issues (e.g. bedsores, broken bones)
- Speech issues
Some of these problems could get better with treatment, but treatment for brain damage gets expensive quickly because there are so many things that could go wrong. You could end up seeing dozens of specialists before you’re released from the hospital.
Our lawyers want to make sure you get that compensation. Once we get a full understanding of your situation, we will aggressively fight for the money you need to start healing from your injury. We are not afraid to go to court if it becomes necessary to achieve justice.
Will My Brain Damage Case Go to Trial?
In most personal injury situations, lawyers and insurance companies can come to a fair settlement without going to trial. Only around 10% of personal injury cases have to go to a courtroom.
If we believe you must go to trial in your situation, we will advise your or your representative about the pros and cons of court. Prevailing in court could get you far more compensation, but there is also the chance of losing your case entirely.
It takes an experienced attorney to know when it’s wise to go to court and to win cases. We have a long track record of strong results in court. If you want confidence that we’ll push for your interests all the way to the end, reach out to us for a free consultation.
Start Your Free Consultation With Morelli Law Firm
You only have a limited amount of time to start your case after your accident. The longer you wait to speak with one of our brain damage lawyers in New Rochelle, the harder it will be to win your case.
Don’t hesitate. Pick up the phone and call us on the number on your screen, or use our online free case evaluation page. We will reach out to you for a consultation and case evaluation. If we feel your brain damage case is valid, we will discuss our strategy with you.
Morelli Law Firm has been helping people in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania with personal injury cases for years. Let us use that experience to help you achieve justice after your brain injury.