Las Vegas Brain Injury Attorneys
One of the most catastrophic outcomes of negligence is traumatic brain injury (TBI), which can result in weeks in the hospital, months of physical and cognitive therapies, and temporary or permanent disabilities. If you or a loved one suffered a brain injury and believe someone else is to blame, contact our Las Vegas brain injury attorneys for legal counsel. You may be eligible for significant compensation for your past and future accident-related expenses.
Signs and Symptoms of Brain Injuries
The brain is an incredibly complex and intricate organ. Injuries to the brain are unique from patient to patient. Two people might suffer the exact same type of injury yet experience entirely different symptoms and effects. Many physicians say no such thing as a minor brain injury exists. The lawyers at Panish Shea & Boyle LLP tend to agree. Brain injuries can cause symptoms such as:
- Confusion or disorientation
- Memory loss
- Loss of consciousness
- Difficulty thinking or speaking
- Motor function impairments
- Attention deficits
- Mood swings
- Nausea or vomiting
- Trouble sleeping
The symptoms someone experiences will depend upon the location and severity of the injury, injury type, and the individual him/herself. Treatment plans will also differ from person to person, as will prognoses for recovery. Some people can completely recover from brain injuries with treatments and therapies, while others will permanently live with one or more lasting symptoms. Either way, our lawyers believe brain injury victims deserve the chance to financially recover for their injuries.
Common Causes of Brain Injuries
The brain can sustain injuries in any situation that involves a blow or bump to the head. The brain can also suffer from lack of oxygen, such as during a drowning or suffocation incident. Brain injuries can be traumatic or acquired. TBIs are car accidents, falls, sports incidents, motorcycle accidents, and acts of violence are the most common causes of TBIs. Common causes of acquired brain injuries are hypoxia, or lack of oxygen, infections, tumors, and stroke. Most of these causes have something in common – someone else’s negligence.
Negligence such as distracted driving, careless property ownership, medical malpractice, unsafe workplaces, and criminal acts can all result in brain injuries to others. In these cases, the person with the brain injury or his/her family members has the right to pursue compensation from the at-fault party or parties. They can do so through the Nevada civil justice system, with help from our Las Vegas brain injury lawyers at Panish Shea & Boyle LLP. If you aren’t sure who or what caused your brain injury, contact us for a free consultation. We’ll listen to your story and investigate your case.
Schedule a Free Consultation With Panish Shea & Boyle
No two brain injuries are alike; thus, no two brain injury claims are alike. We realize the importance of personalizing legal strategies according to each particular client and his or her cause. Our lawyers sit down with clients one on one to get to the bottom of the cause of the injury, the responsible party/parties, and the client’s legal options. Then, we custom-tailor plans to achieve the best possible outcomes for individual clients.
If you or a loved one have suffered a serious brain injury, Panish Shea & Boyle can help. Our attorneys understand the complex nature of brain injury claims and will fight for you and your family. We truly care about our clients from your very first conversation with one of our lead attorneys. Our law firm has a national reputation for excellence, thanks not only to our outstanding case results but to our close relationships with clients and their families as well. Find out how we can help you after a brain injury accident in Las Vegas. Call (702) 560-5520 or contact us online for a free consultation today.