Brain Injuries

North Carolina Brain Injury Lawyers

Did Someone Else’s Negligence Cause Your Head Injury?

If a serious accident caused you or your loved one to suffer a head or brain injury, you may need legal help. The team at Lanier Law Group, P.A. is ready to assist you in seeking fair compensation for your damages if someone else’s negligence led to the accident that caused your brain injury. We are prepared to seek maximum compensation to pay for medical care, treatment, and lost earnings, as well as any other damages you and/or your loved one suffered.

Since 1997, we have been aggressively advocating for injury victims throughout North Carolina. We have multiple offices located throughout the state in order to better serve our clients. With decades of experience, as well as a large legal team and dedicated staff, we have the resources and skill to effectively advocate for you.

Contact our North Carolina brain injury lawyers for a free consultation; call (855) 757-4204 or submit an online request form to get started.

Common Causes of Brain Injuries

People who sustain a relatively minor traumatic brain injury (TBI) often wind up with a concussion. Though this is a common brain injury, it can still be very serious. If you suffer a serious TBI, you could experience severe headaches, insomnia, motor skill impairment, and other disabling symptoms.

Some of the most common causes of head and brain injuries include:

Regardless of the cause of you or your loved one’s accident, the experienced North Carolina brain injury attorneys at Lanier Law Group are here to provide you with dependable and knowledgeable legal counsel every step of the way.

Compensation in Brain Injury Cases

If you sustain a brain injury—or any other type of personal injury—as a result of another person or party’s negligence, you may file a personal injury claim to recover compensation for your damages. While no amount of financial recovery can make up for a life-altering injury, it can allow you to obtain critical medical treatment, make up for lost wages, and obtain a sense of justice that can facilitate the healing process.

At Lanier Law Group, we understand the unique challenges TBI victims face. Our attorneys can help you seek fair compensation for:

  • Immediate/emergency medical attention
  • Ongoing treatment, including physical and/or mental rehabilitation therapy
  • The cost of medical equipment
  • Home alterations and at-home care costs
  • Lost income and/or wages
  • Reduced or lost earning capacity (disability)
  • Pain and suffering, including emotional distress
  • Property damage (if your property was damaged in the accident)

For your lawsuit to be successful, you generally must prove that another person, business, or entity negligently or intentionally caused your injury. When your injury was caused by a defective product, however, the responsible parties may be held strictly liable, which means you don’t need to prove intent or negligence.

By reviewing your TBI case, a personal injury attorney at our firm can determine if there’s enough evidence to support a claim. If so, you can count on us to fight tirelessly for you.

Hire a Heavyweight for Your Brain Injury Case

We at Lanier Law Group take abundant pride in helping catastrophically injured victims recover what they may be due from negligent parties. To schedule a free initial consultation with one our skilled attorneys, reach out to us today. We have multiple offices located in Burlington, Durham, Asheville, Greensboro, Greenville, Charlotte, Wilmington, Raleigh, Winston-Salem, Asheville, Fayetteville, and Jamestown. You owe us nothing unless you win a settlement or verdict.

Call (855) 757-4204 or contact us online to request a no-cost, no-obligation consultation.

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