traumatic brain injuries
I suffered a traumatic brain injury when my car was rear-ended. I thought my auto insurance would take care of everything, but one of my doctors told me that I should get an injury attorney—“sooner than later”—and referred me to David Gross. I can’t say enough good things about him and his associates at Finkelstein, especially case manager Samantha Howland and litigator Chris Camastro. They were all kind, conscientious and responsive.
I was very pleased with how the Finkelstein law firm handled my case. Specifically the lawyer handling my case from start to finish Mr. Brian Acard was no less than stellar in all aspects. Brian took an active interest in not only the negligent content of the case but also a personal interest in the recovery and treatment of the injury. Without being specific I can only say I learned that Head injuries, most specifically Traumatic Brain Injuries are very misunderstood from Professional to Professional, Dr's included. Mr.
According to statistics provided by the Centers for Disease Control, 1.4 million people in the United States suffer traumatic brain injuries every year. Out of this, 50,000 people die, 235,000 require hospital admission and 1.1 million are treated and released from a hospital emergency room.
Liability depends on how the injury occurred. For example, when an accident between two cars causes a traumatic brain injury to one driver, the driver of the other vehicle can be held liable. Other parties such as the vehicle manufacturer, a parts manufacturer, a repair shop, and others may also bear blame for the crash and for partly causing the traumatic brain injury.