Experience Recovering Compensation For Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Brain injuries manifest in many ways. One victim may be left with cognitive deficits or sensory loss and the next person might suffer from impaired mobility or psychological problems. Brain injuries also occur in multiple ways, ranging from head trauma in a car accident to brain damage due to oxygen deprivation.
These factors make every traumatic brain injury case unique, making it all the more important to have skilled and committed legal representation. The Bell Firm has a long record of recoveries in cases of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in Georgia and South Carolina. We are regularly retained or referred by other lawyers who know that we have the wherewithal to handle the most complex personal injury cases.
Comprehensive Damages For TBI Victims
Attorney John C. Bell is familiar with the medical and legal issues of brain injuries and can provide significant benefits in the resolution of the case. Our team is dedicated to pursuing the maximum financial compensation for brain injury victims and their families.
Brain trauma can have a profound and lasting impact on daily activities and quality of life, including:
- Chronic and severe headaches
- Vertigo, dizziness and balance problems
- Ringing in the ears or blurred vision
- Short-term memory loss or difficulty concentrating
- Speech and language deficits
- Fogginess and fatigue
- Numbness, weakness or problems walking
- Mood swings and outbursts
- Personality change and destructive behaviors
In a personal injury lawsuit, the diagnosis, treatment and medical progress must be carefully documented. TBI victims often require a lifetime of care. The attorney must detail the costs of treatment and anticipated needs, including physical and occupational therapy, home care or assisted living care, psychological counseling and assistive technology. Compensation should also reflect the loss of earnings, pain and suffering, and the diminished quality of life.
Proven Success In Brain Injury Litigation
Renowned trial lawyer John Bell has represented plaintiffs who suffered traumatic brain injuries from motor vehicle crashes, toxic exposures, botched surgeries and other forms of negligence. He has served as lead counsel and local counsel in big cases, with a long record of verdicts and settlements over the past 50 years.