I suffered a mild traumatic brain injury in a Michigan car accident. Can I sue the negligent driver for my closed head injuries from that accident?
A: This depends on how the traumatic brain injury (TBI) has affected your ability to lead your normal life and how long it has done so. Every case is different, but factors to consider include the length of your disability, the type of treatment, and the things that you have been unable to do or do differently as a result of the accident. Our Michigan brain injury lawyers regularly obtain significant settlements for our clients with mild traumatic brain injuries (MTBI).
We represent clients diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury, brain damage, closed head injury, TBI, MTBI, mild traumatic brain injury, moderate traumatic brain injury, severe traumatic brain injury, post-concussion syndrome, concussion, diffuse anoxal injury, hypoxic-ischemic injury, anoxic brain injury, organic brain syndrome, focal brain injury, hemorrhage, hematoma, subdural hematoma, epidural hematoma, subarachnoid hemorrhage, hydrocephalus, encephalopathy, and all other types of brain injury.
We represent pediatric brain injury and child brain injury patients diagnosed with a brain injury or brain damage from daycare accidents, shaken baby syndrome, child abuse, birth injury, birth trauma, cerebral palsy, infections, meningitis, and medical malpractice.