Our Lawyers Can Help You Recover After A Traumatic Brain Injury
Any accident, no matter how minor, can result in a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Traumatic brain injuries not only cause physical pain — financial injuries can also result. Accident victims are often forced to miss work while treating their injuries. Lost wages and medical expenses can make it a struggle to keep up with the daily costs of living. When brain injuries are severe, victims may be left permanently disabled, no longer able to maintain employment.
At Billings-based Towe, Ball, Mackey, Sommerfeld & Turner, PLLP, our lawyers assist individuals throughout eastern Montana in pursuit of the compensation they need to pay for medical treatments and pay their bills while recovering from their traumatic brain injuries.
Brain Injuries Can Have Serious Lifelong Consequences
If injuries have left our clients permanently disabled, we will pursue compensation that reimburses clients for their lost earning potential and the costs of lifelong medical treatment. Traumatic brain injuries are caused by a fall or bump or blow to the head.
Traumatic brain injuries range from mild to severe. A concussion, where an impact to the head causes the brain to function abnormally, is considered a mild traumatic brain injury. There are two categories of severe TBI, closed and open or penetrating. A closed TBI occurs when a blow or impact to the head injures the brain without breaking or fracturing the skull. An open or penetrating brain injury involves a head injury that fractures or breaks — and penetrates — the skull or scalp.
- Loss of consciousness
- Memory issues
- Blurred Vision
Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers With A Reputation For Success
At Towe, Ball, Mackey, Sommerfeld & Turner, PLLP, our reputation precedes us. Our attorneys are known as aggressive, smart trial attorneys. We have successfully represented clients all the way up to the Montana Supreme Court. Because insurance companies know we are prepared to go to trial, we are often able to obtain better settlement offers — through out-of-court methods such as arbitration and negotiation — that make the time and costs of litigation unnecessary.
If you or a loved one experienced a traumatic brain injury after an accident, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact Towe, Ball, Mackey, Sommerfeld & Turner, PLLP, in Billings today. Call our office at 406-534-0288 or send an email message to request a free initial consultation.