New Jersey Brain Injury Lawyers- Client Reviews
You may never be the same after a traumatic brain injury. These injuries have the potential to make everyday life much more challenging, hurting qualify of life and your relationships and ability to do things on your own.
What if the injury was caused by another’s negligence?
The New Jersey brain injury lawyers at Lynch Law Firm, PC may be able to help you recover compensation for medical expenses and other damages associated with your injury. Contact us today to set up a free, no-obligation consultation. We charge no legal fees unless you recover compensation.
Our licensed attorneys have secured millions in compensation for those who suffered catastrophic injuries, this includes $4.5 million for a man who suffered a traumatic brain injury.* Founding partner Arthur Lynch is a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
Call (800) 518-0508 today for legal help.
Do I Have a Valid Case?
This is a question that should be discussed with an experienced attorney. At Lynch Law Firm, PC, we have been helping personal injury victims for more than 20 years. We have a proven track record and know how to build a strong case as we pursue maximum compensation for damages.
There are many factors that we may need to consider about the merits of your claim:
- How your brain injury occurred
- Your medical diagnosis
- Symptoms you have experienced
- How your injury may be affecting your ability to work
- Evidence you may have collected from the scene of the accident
Our attorneys must assess whether we may be able to prove your brain injury was a result of negligence. That means we must establish there was a duty of care that was breached, and this breach directly led to your injury. Your injury must have created damages, such as medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
An example of breaching a duty of care is driving drunk and causing a crash. Another example might be medical malpractice while performing a surgical procedure. There are many other examples that may give you grounds to seek compensation.
Damages You May Be Able to Claim
Personal injury victims may be able to seek various forms of compensation to cover the physical, financial and emotional effects of an injury. For example, your New Jersey brain injury lawyer may be able to seek compensation for the costs of treating your injury:
- MRIs and CT scans
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Prescription medication
- Behavioral counseling
Brain injuries are often severe and expensive to treat. Without proper treatment, you may have a higher risk of having permanent side effects. Treatment may also help you better manage those side effects to improve your quality of life. It may be very difficult to recover full compensation to cover these costs without an experienced attorney representing you.
You may also be eligible to seek compensation for the wages you lost because of your injury. For example, if you had to miss work to seek treatment or because you were physically unable to work, you should be able to include the wages you lost in your claim.
Other damages that may be pursued after a traumatic brain injury may include:
- Lost earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Lost companionship
- Lost enjoyment of life
If you have questions about your claim, contact Lynch Law Firm, PC today. There are no upfront fees for our services.
Free consultation. Call (800) 518-0508 .
Advantages of Hiring an Attorney
With so much on the line, you need a reputable lawyer on your side. The experienced attorneys at our firm are prepared to manage the legal process for you. This may include taking the following steps:
- Reviewing videos, photos and witness statements
- Evaluating your medical records to better understand your injury
- Contacting expert witnesses regarding the accident or your medical condition
- Working directly with any involved insurance companies
- Preparing your case for settlement negotiations or trial if necessary
Our team has decades of experience handling complex injury cases. We are dedicated to your best interests and the recovery of maximum compensation after an injury.
Did you know injury victims who hire attorneys often recover more compensation than those who do not? Even insurance company studies confirm this.
With an attorney, you can feel free to focus on your medical treatment. Lynch Law Firm, PC has a proven history of results, obtaining more than $300 million in compensation on behalf of our clients.*
How Much Time Do You Have to File a Claim?
You have two years from the date of the crash to file a lawsuit over your brain injury. If you do not file before those two years pass, you may lose the right to file a lawsuit.
While there are exceptions to this deadline, you should review your situation with a licensed attorney as soon as possible. Your lawyer needs time to determine if you may have a case, what it may be worth, and how to build a strong case.
Defining Traumatic Brain Injuries
A traumatic brain injury usually happens when an external force causes dysfunction in the brain. These injuries can generally be grouped into two categories: open and closed head injuries.
An open head injury occurs when something penetrates the skull. The result of this could be death or catastrophic damage that leads to severe physical and/or mental limitations. Victims may suffer:
- Damaged brain tissue
- Skull perforations or fractures
- Torn meninges
A closed head injury involves movement of the brain within the skull and the skull is not penetrated. These often happen in car accidents because the body can be violently thrown around. Examples of closed head injuries include:
- Concussions, particularly those that occur in contact sports like football
- Coup-contrecoup injuries
- Skull fractures
While the initial injury is bad enough, there is a risk of suffering secondary injuries, such as:
- Swelling of the brain (cerebral edema)
- Infection in the meningeal layers of the brain
- Changes in the amount of sodium, potassium and neurotransmitters in the brain
- Hypoxia (insufficient oxygen in the brain)
- High blood pressure
- Low blood pressure
Symptoms of a Brain Injury
There are a variety of symptoms that may indicate you suffered a brain injury. If you experience any of these symptoms, you should seek treatment right away. If you wait the injury could get much worse.
- Trouble with balance or coordination
- Feeling lightheaded
- Ringing in the ears
- Headache, especially one that gets worse
- Mood changes
- Clear fluid leading from the nose or ear
- Memory loss
If your accident was caused by another’s negligent, careless or intentional actions, you may be eligible to seek compensation. Contact our New Jersey brain injury lawyers to learn more.
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Long-Term Impact of a Brain Injury
Brain injuries must be assessed on a case-by-case basis. That said, they often result in devastating consequences that can influence a patient’s life for years to come. A brain injury can impact your thinking, memory, emotional function and movement.
Many individuals who have been hospitalized with a traumatic brain injury will have some sort of ongoing medical problem. This could include:
- Altered emotions including fear, anxiety, aggression and other personality changes
- Difficulty seeing, hearing or touching
- Decreased cognitive functions, such as reduced ability to recall things
- Impaired motor functions
These types of injuries can require extensive medical treatment and on-going care. That is why it is important to consider possible legal options for seeking compensation.
Contact Our New Jersey Brain Injury Lawyers Today
If another’s actions caused your brain injury, do not hesitate to contact Lynch Law Firm, PC for a free consultation. Our accomplished team is ready to get to work investigating and building a strong case on your behalf. If we validate your claim and you hire us, we cover all upfront costs and charge no legal fees unless your case is successful.
Our firm has obtained more than $300 million for those injured by the negligence of another.*
Local. Licensed. Lawyers. Call (800) 518-0508 today.