Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer2018-05-27T22:59:09-07:00

Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer

We Understand How Much A Brain Injury Affects Your Life

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is considered to be any alteration of brain function caused by an external force. While some traumatic brain injuries are obvious, many people have closed head injuries, which can be harder to diagnose. If you suffered a head injury in an accident and you have been experiencing symptoms associated with TBI, you should consult with a doctor, and then a Ventura attorney about your possible traumatic brain injury.

At Vititoe Law Group, in Southern California, our lawyers use their medical knowledge and information gathered from medical experts to evaluate the potential damages in your case. We understand the lifelong impact a traumatic brain injury can have on you and your family. We will help you obtain the compensation you need to cover medical expenses, lost wages and other costs associated with your injury.

Causes And Symptoms Of TBI

According to the CDC, the most common cause of traumatic brain injury is motor vehicle accidents. Many things can potentially cause TBI, including construction accidents and falls.

There are two forms of TBI: closed head injuries, such as a severe blow to the head, and penetrating injuries, where the skull and brain are penetrated by a foreign object.

Symptoms of TBI are typically classified as mild, moderate or severe, depending on the symptom and the affect it is having on the individual. Common symptoms of TBI include:

  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Blurred vision
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Agitation or mood swings
  • Slurred speech
  • Convulsions or seizures
  • Weakness or numbness in fingers or toes
  • Poor balance

Our law firm has extensive experience in handling traumatic brain injury cases. This is a very complicated area of law and there are many issues and details to deal with. Our skilled team will work diligently to help you have the best quality of life, going forward.

Contact Our TBI Attorneys To Schedule Your Free Consultation

If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury, our attorneys will help you recover compensation for your medical bills, disability, emotional distress and ongoing treatment. To schedule a consultation, call 818-991-8900 or contact us online. We have offices in Westlake Village, Los Angeles and Oxnard.

What You Should Know About Traumatic Brain Injury Cases

We understand the absolute devastation traumatic brain injury cases have on victims and their families. Not only is it a life altering event, it is one that can continue to cause pain and suffering for years and years. What’s more, the sheer cost of such injuries are overwhelming and could lead to financial ruin. Since these cases might be very complex in nature, it takes an experienced and dedicated legal team to represent victims. What’s more, there is a limited amount of time you have to seek just compensation under the law.

It is very important that you understand your rights and the legal system. Most families and individuals are well served by speaking to a qualified and experienced traumatic brain injury lawyer about your case. You need to understand and know what options are available and be advised of your legal rights and responsibilities. Time is of the essence and in order to get the compensation you deserve, you must act immediately.

More Than 30 Years of Experience Fighting For the Victims of Negligence

Contact Us For A Free Confidential Consultation

Give us a call and our attorneys will guide you through the process of litigation and put together a legal team tailored to your needs. When necessary, we will help you find the best doctors to treat your injuries. Our team approach gives our clients a multitude of strengths and skills to rely on to successfully resolve their cases.

Call us at 818-991-8900 or
contact us online to set up a time to talk with our team about your case. If you are unable to come to our office in Westlake Village because of your injuries, we can come to you. If you are elsewhere in the country, we can work with you by phone, fax, email and other methods of communication.

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