Alabama Brain Injury Lawyers
Putting Decades of Legal Experience to Work On Your Behalf
In an instant, a catastrophic injury changes your life forever, and one of the most devastating is a brain injury. Due to their complex nature, brain injuries are permanent, get worse over time, and are difficult to treat in the best of situations. Immediate effects of a brain injury can include physical disabilities and mental deficiencies, such as personality changes or the inability to live independently. Furthermore, a brain injury places a tremendous emotional and financial burden on family members, particularly if you were the primary breadwinner before your accident.
In order to alleviate the burdens caused by a traumatic brain injury (TBI), Cunningham Bounds draws upon extensive resources and the experience of top-rated Alabama brain injury lawyers to fight for our clients. Since 1958, our firm has obtained billions on behalf of our clients through successful settlements and verdicts. See what a law firm of our caliber can do for you and your TBI injury case today.
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Causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries
A brain injury can be caused by:
- Car accidents
- Defective products
- Industrial accidents
- Medical negligence
- Motorcycle accidents
- Sports and recreation injuries
- Truck accidents
- And many more causes
No matter the cause of your brain injury, there is likely an underlying commonality: it should not have happened. TBIs typically occur in an accident that would have been completely preventable had the liable party acted safely and appropriately. It is our goal to hold any and all responsible parties accountable for the full extent of your damages, which may include medical care, rehabilitative therapy, lost wages, pain and suffering, lasting emotional trauma, lessened enjoyment of life, etc.
Common Consequences of Brain Injuries
Although you may appear to be somewhat fine and functioning normally after an accident, it is possible that an underlying brain injury has occurred. This is one of the reasons why TBIs are so problematic. It is not always immediately apparent that someone has suffered a brain injury, and so treatment or diagnosis may be delayed, increasing the chances of the TBI leaving a deep and lasting impact.
Signs a brain injury may have been suffered include:
- Comprehension difficulty
- Speech impairment
- General confusion or lack of awareness
- Vision and hearing problems
- Mood swings or irritability
- Chronic pain or migraines
- Dependence on others for day-to-day tasks
It is important to work with an attorney team that takes the time to fully understand the effect of a brain injury on their client in order to pursue maximized compensation. Our Mobile TBI lawyers from Cunningham Bounds get to know you and your situation fully, and then powerfully advocate for a fair, maximized recovery amount.
Begin a Free Consult with a Top-Rated Brain Injury Attorney in Alabama
If you or a loved one have suffered a brain injury, you may be eligible for compensation if the injury is due to someone else’s negligence. Fighting for that compensation, however, is challenging and complicated. Typically, injury victims are pitted against insurance companies with deep pockets who will deny and defend the claim, or be reluctant to provide you with everything to which you are entitled. Making things even harder, brain injuries may take months or years to manifest after the initial trauma. Working with a personal injury lawyer who has a track record of success is key to getting the settlement you deserve so that you can begin the process of rebuilding your life.
Contact us today! For more information on how we can help you and your loved ones, call us at (251) 299-0101.