Factors to Prove TBI Liability
It is important to understand the factors that prove liability after a TBI injury.
The more clear cut on who is responsible for your TBI the higher the reward could be. Suffering a TBI at work is easy to prove who is at fault. However, it is important to seek medical attention and speak to an attorney like those at The Michael Brady Lynch Firm. There are other compensation avenues besides just medical costs and lost wages. These include non-economic damages like pain and suffering.
If there are multiple people responsible for your TBI, then you can file a claim against each. It could be more complicated, but it could also mean more compensation for your injuries.
The insurance company adjusters and lawyers will try everything to pay the least amount as possible. They could try to influence a judge or jury and make you seem unlikeable. A judge or jury will look at age, occupation, previous medical history and all factors into your TBI. But, the more well-liked you are, the larger the settlement could be.
If the trial goes to court, it is important to pick the best venue. Damages in one state can be different than another. So, it is best to pick a knowledgeable brain injury attorney who knows the best place for your case.
In the event of a possible head trauma, one is often rushed to the nearest emergency room. Hopefully the emergency room doctor runs all the standard procedures and tests in place to diagnose a TBI. Even so, MRIs and CT scans will not always provide the conclusive evidence needed to confidently diagnose a TBI. Qualified traumatic brain injury attorneys like those found at The Michael Brady Lynch Firm know the best technologies and tests for TBIs. We even know the relationships between a potential closed head injury and whiplash even if practitioners mistake the danger between head injury and whiplash. Let our 20 years of getting justice for those who have been injured bring you justice. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation case review.