Traumatic brain injuries are extremely serious and may affect memory, personality, cognitive skills, motor function, and so much more. They may even threaten a victim’s life. At Spohrer Dodd, we understand how to link negligence to traumatic brain injuries, helping victims seek answers, justice, and accountability. This can go a long way in the process of healing.
Highly experienced and with a track record that includes over $1 billion in recoveries for our clients, our Jacksonville injury lawyers know what it takes to effectively represent traumatic brain injury victims and their families. We work as a team to provide more powerful counsel, anticipating the way that the negligent party may attempt to avoid liability and staying on the offensive to pursue a fair settlement or award. We take on brain injury claims across Florida and the entire U.S.
To find out how we can help with your case, call (904) 637-7721. Your brain injury consultation is free and private.
Brain Injuries: Who Is Responsible?
Any person, corporation, or government entity that acts negligently or intentionally causes harm may be held accountable for a brain injury. Negligence may be described as a failure to provide proper or reasonable care in the circumstances, such as a driver who is drunk and runs a red light, or a property owner that fails to fix a defective railing on a stairway. If someone is injured as a result, they may be held legally responsible.
There are many different scenarios that could cause a traumatic brain injury, including:
- Slip and fall or trip and fall accidents
- Falls from heights
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Construction site accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Defective and dangerous products
- Aviation accidents
Identifying cause and the true, complete impact of a traumatic brain injury is necessary if justice is to be served. With our expertise, resources, and experience, our Jacksonville brain injury attorneys are fully equipped to deliver results.
Contact our team today at (904) 637-7721 to see how we can assist you.