Pittsburgh Head Injury Attorneys
Closed head injuries such as concussions are some of the most common injuries suffered in accidents. From major falls while working on a construction site to minor car crashes, brain injuries are often the first injuries to occur, but the last to be diagnosed.
Experienced Pennsylvania Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers
Proving physical injury and financial damages for a brain injury claim requires an in-depth understanding of neurological damages and symptoms. Presenting a strong, clear case for damages often requires investigating the victim’s life prior to the accident. Even a minor impact — and sometimes no impact at all — can result in a significant traumatic brain injury.
Whether the full symptoms of an injury manifest immediately or remain hidden for some time, it is important to speak with a personal injury attorney to protect your right to future compensation.
At Ainsman Levine, LLC, in Pittsburgh, our lawyers have worked on behalf of countless personal injury victims to help them obtain the full and fair settlement or jury verdict they are entitled to for medical costs, lost earnings and other damages. We understand the significant emotional toll that brain injury can take, and we know the long-term financial costs involved. To speak with one of our attorneys about a closed head injury case, contact us for a free consultation.
Typical symptoms of brain injury include:
- Short-term memory loss
- Loss of balance
- Sensitivity to light
- Vision impairment
- Loss of concentration and focus
Closed Head Injuries And Concussions Are Often The Most Serious
A sudden blow to the head is not the only way to suffer a serious brain injury. Injuries to the brain can be caused by nearly anything that results in trauma to the brain, including sudden acceleration and deceleration resulting from front-to-back or side-to-side whiplash. Often, concussion-type injuries remain invisible since the symptoms may not be immediately apparent. However, those who know the injured person well may see subtle indications of a problem. They recognize the problems of being unable to converse naturally and logically; they see the inconsistencies in personality; they feel the frustration of knowing something is wrong.
Free Consultation · Brain Injury Cases Handled On A Contingency Fee Basis
At Ainsman Levine, LLC, our attorneys provide experienced and personalized legal services tailored to meet clients’ short- and long-term needs and goals. We are Pittsburgh’s straight-talking personal injury lawyers.
Our offices are just off the Parkway, next to the City-County Building in downtown Pittsburgh. Contact us to discuss your questions and concerns during a free consultation with one of our experienced Pittsburgh head injury lawyers today. As long as you are represented by this law firm, there will be no attorneys’ fees or costs if you do not recover money damages in a settlement or jury verdict.
We understand that your injuries or other circumstances may make it difficult for you to come to our offices in downtown Pittsburgh. Our lawyers can arrange to make home, office and hospital visits throughout western and central Pennsylvania.