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Florida Accident Law Firm Focuses on Helping TBI Victims Receive Compensation

Traumatic brain and head injuries commonly occur after auto accidents (including car accidents, truck accidents, and motorcycle accidents), sports injuries, slip-and-fall accidents, swimming pool accidents, animal attacks, and violent crimes such as assault.

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can be difficult to diagnose at first. Some of the most common symptoms are loss of memory, dizziness, headache, unconsciousness, blurry vision, and nausea. Sometimes a person who has sustained a traumatic brain injury has difficulty remembering getting hurt. A person who has sustained a traumatic head injury may find themselves with a long-term or permanent disability, unable to work in the same capacity they were before they were hurt.

If you or a loved one has sustained a traumatic brain or head injury as a result of another’s negligence, such as a careless driver, the personal injury attorneys of Grall Law Group can help you pursue compensation to cover your medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages. We offer free initial consultations, and we collect no attorneys’ fees unless you receive compensation for your injuries. We represent clients throughout Florida’s Treasure Coast and Space Coast, including Vero Beach, Sebastian, Fellsmere, Fort Pierce, Lakewood Park, Port St. Lucie, Jensen, Stuart, Hobe Sound, Indiantown, Okeechobee, Palm Bay, Melbourne, Cocoa, Merritt Island, Barefoot Bay, Micco, Titusville and more.

Dealing with Insurance Companies after a Traumatic Head Injury

Following any kind of injury that was caused by another’s negligence, the first step in seeking compensation is determining the party or parties responsible for payment. In the case of auto accidents, this is usually the other driver’s car insurance company. In many other cases, such as slip-and-fall and swimming pool accidents, the property owner’s insurance policy should provide compensation, though they will often fight to avoid paying it. It is common for many insurance companies to put pressure on injured victims to accept an early settlement. By accepting, you may be signing away your right to pursue additional compensation in the future, and these offers seldom take into account the complete, long-term costs. If your traumatic brain injury results in disability, you will likely have to fight for compensation to cover your lost wages and medical treatment into the future.

At Grall Law Group, our dedicated personal injury lawyers are committed to helping our clients fight for the maximum possible compensation for traumatic head injuries. When you retain the services of our personal injury attorneys, we’ll handle all of the paperwork and phone calls related to your case so that you can rest and heal from your injuries. Our dedication to our clients is what sets us apart from other Florida personal injury firms.

Contact Us Today for a Free Consultation

You don’t have to take on the insurance companies alone. Contact the experienced personal injury attorneys of Grall Law Group at (772)569-0000 today, and let us know how we can help. Grall Law Group represents clients in Indian River County, Saint Lucie County, Martin County, Brevard County and more.

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