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Florida Brain Injury Lawyer

Brain injuries are serious injuries and may take weeks or months to fully recover from. Unfortunately, in some cases, the injured person may never heal, which can result in drastic changes in lifestyle for the injured person and their family. If you have suffered a brain injury as a result of someone else’s wrongdoing or negligence, then you need a Florida brain injury lawyer who understands the law and can help you fight for financial compensation for your injury. Kagan Law Firm can help.

  • At Kagan Law, we fight tirelessly to get the financial compensation our clients deserve
  • We are passionate about helping our clients and providing personalized attention and compassionate legal service
  • When we represent you, you can expect prompt, frank, and open communication with your attorney at all times

If you have suffered a brain injury as a result of another person’s wrongdoing, you do not have to face the legal process alone, the experienced personal injury lawyers at Kagan Law Firm can help you. To make sure we best meet your needs, we offer a free, initial consultation to get started so that you can tell us the details of your case so we know how we can best serve you. Call us today at (954) 300-1068 to schedule your free consultation.

Florida Brain Injury Lawyer

Common Signs of Brain Injury

Although there are different causes of brain injuries and the severity of the brain injury may determine the symptoms an injured person experiences, some common signs that indicate possible brain injury. These signs include:

  • Nausea
  • Dizziness
  • Persistent headaches
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Intermittent loss of consciousness

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms after a car accident, fall, a blow to your head, or some other type of trauma, it is important that you visit your doctor as soon as possible. A brain injury can worsen rapidly without treatment, which is why early diagnosis and treatment are critical.

Brain injuries may not be immediately apparent, and it connecting a cause to your injury may be difficult. In such cases, the responsible party will try to deny legal responsibility for your injury. This is where you need a brain injury lawyer who has the experience and resources to investigate and gather the necessary evidence to prove your case.

When Should You File a Claim for Your Brain Injury?

When you have suffered an injury as a result of someone else’s wrongdoing, you must act quickly so that you do not lose your right to make a claim. The cause of your injury will determine how much time you have to file a claim. Generally, the statute of limitation for injury claims based on negligence is 4 years and the clock starts on the date you knew or should have reasonably known about your injury. However, depending on the facts of your case, this time frame can be shorter. Contact a Kagan Law Firm attorney today to determine the next steps for your claim.

Compensation for a Brain Injury

The amount of compensation you are entitled to will depend on the severity of your injuries and the damages you suffered as a result. In general, there are three types of compensation available to brain injury victims, economic, non-economic, and punitive damages. Economic damages cover costs for lost wages, medical expenses, and future lost wages. Non-economic damages cover costs for pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of enjoyment of life. Punitive damages are rewarded on rare occasions as a punishment for when the defendant has acted intentionally and recklessly. The compassionate lawyers at the Kagan Law Firm can help you determine which damages apply to your case, and fight to help you recover the most possible compensation for your expenses.

Florida Brain Injury Lawyer

Contact a Florida Brain Injury Lawyer Today

If you have suffered a brain injury as a result of someone else’s wrongdoing or negligence, contact one of our Florida brain injury lawyers. Contact the Kagan Law Firm at (954) 300-1068 to set up your free consultation.