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Brain Injuries

Indianapolis Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer

Each year in the United States an estimated 1.4 million people sustain some form of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Traumatic brain injuries usually take the form of a blow or jolt to the head, which can permanently disrupt the function of the brain. The severity of a TBI can range from a mild concussion to the extremes of coma or even death.

The leading causes of these types of injuries are:

  • Vehicle accidents and crashes
  • Firearm use
  • Slips and/or falls

Wilson Kehoe Winingham has represented TBI victims and their family members in Indiana and throughout the United States. Injuries suffered as a result of TBI can be severe and life altering. A seriously injured person needs the help of a medical and legal team of professionals seasoned in complex neurological issues. In addition to working with an Indianapolis brain injury lawyer, our firm has two legal nurse consultants on staff as part of our team with the knowledge and experience to evaluate issues related to brain and other neurological injuries.

In addition, our lawyers work closely with economists, vocational specialists, and life care plan specialists to put a dollar figure to the lifelong needs that a client will have as a result of a brain injury. We thoroughly document all key facts pertaining to the accident, the injury, the impact on the victim’s life, and future needs for rehabilitation, therapy, and accommodations.

Our technical staff uses the revealing interviews that we conduct with witnesses and family members to compile compelling settlement videos depicting the effects of a brain injury on a victim’s lifestyle, family, career, and health.

Need an Indianapolis Brain Injury Lawyer? Call now for a free case evaluation 317.920.6400 | 800.525.8028

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