Cases involving injuries to the brain are extraordinarily complex and require highly skilled attorneys experienced in handling traumatic brain injury cases. If you are in need of an experienced brain injury attorney in San Diego, Foldenauer Law Group is here to help. We focus on handling a variety of serious life altering injury cases including those involving traumatic brain injuries. Our attorneys have the experience and resources necessary to get our clients the results they are entitled to and deserve.
Our Approach to Brain Injury Cases
Our experience in proving complex injury claims represents an important advantage for our traumatic brain injury clients. We work with directly with neurosurgeons, neuropsychologists and psychiatrists to ensure that each of your symptoms and afflictions is accounted for – and that a comprehensive analysis of your specific condition and potential treatment is developed and documented. Oftentimes, the continuing symptoms and treatment needs of a traumatic brain injury can be deceptive. Our attorneys will ensure that no aspect of your injury or component of your damages is overlooked to ensure that your potential recovery is maximized.
The need to develop and present expert testimony representing many different medical and technical specialties can make traumatic brain injury cases extremely costly. Foldenauer Law Group’s past success with brain injury cases enables us to advance all required costs and expenses necessary to aggressively pursue our clients’ claims.
If you have recently suffered a brain injury you may have several questions:
- Should I consult with an attorney?
- How am I going to pay for the costs associated with my treatment?
- Will I be able to recover for lost wages and pain and suffering?
- Should I sign the documents I have been given?
There are two primary brain injury types:
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Acquired Brain Injuries
Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Car, truck or motorcycle accidents
- Physical violence
- Cycling accidents
- Sporting accidents
- Direct trauma to the head
Symptoms associated with traumatic brain injuries often include:
- Temporary loss of consciousness
- Pupil dilation
- Impaired vision
- Memory Loss
- Abnormal fluid production in the ears, or nose
- Complete respiratory failure
- Paralysis or partial paralysis
Traumatic Brain Injury Statistics
- In the United States, someone sustains a traumatic brain injury every 21 seconds.
- Approximately 5 million people in the United States live with disabilities resulting from a traumatic brain injury.
- Every year, nearly 1.5 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury.
- Over 50,000 deaths occur each year are the result of traumatic brain injuries.
Acquired Brain Injury
Causes of Acquired Brain Injuries can include:
- Airway obstructions
- Choking or strangulation
- Head or neck trauma
- Vascular disruption
- Heart attack or stroke
- Infectious disease
- Brain tumors
- Metabolic disorders
- Exposure to toxic agents
- Drug Use