When you suffer a brain injury, the world can seem like an alien place. You may not know how to dress yourself, remember things, or even walk without assistance. But there are resources that can help you recover physically and mentally after your accident: medical care professionals and rehabilitation facilities who will work with you to ensure that your recovery is successful.
What is Attorney ?
An attorney is a trained professional who represents clients in court. They can help you understand the legal system and how it works, as well as help negotiate a settlement with insurance companies or file lawsuits on your behalf if necessary. Attorneys can also help recover damages that may result from an accident, such as medical bills and lost wages due to disability caused by brain injury.
In order for an attorney to be effective at representing you in court, there must first be an agreement between both parties about what type of representation will take place (e-discovery) before any case begins proceedings .
Why an Attorney Specializing in Brain Injury Cases?
- An attorney who specializes in brain injury cases will have experience in dealing with the legal system, medical system and insurance systems.
- They will know what questions to ask and how to gather information from various sources.
- They’ll know where to find experts for their case, such as neuropsychologists or psychologists.
Medical bills can be overwhelming, especially if you have health insurance. But it’s not just the amount of money that matters—it’s also how your insurance company handles the claim process. There are two main ways to pay medical bills:
- Paying directly through the insurance company (if you have coverage)
- Reimbursement from other parties’ policies (if they cover brain injuries)
Rehabilitation can cost thousands of dollars, and it’s not just for the brain injuries themselves. You may need to hire a rehabilitator or physical therapist who specializes in helping people with brain injuries regain movement and function. Your injury also means that you will have to take time off from work if you are able to return at all; this could be months or even years depending on how severe your condition is.
If you have children who depend on their parents’ income, then they may be faced with having no source of support while they recover from their injuries (or if they don’t recover). Therefore, if you have been injured while working as an employee, it is important that you speak directly with an attorney about what options are available in relation to disability insurance benefits related specifically towards someone’s medical needs during this period before making any decisions concerning them going forward.”
Lost wages are an important part of a brain injury case. They can help pay for medical bills and rehabilitation, which means that you won’t have to rely on your employer to cover those expenses.
If you’ve lost your job because of a brain injury, it’s important to get help from an attorney as soon as possible so that your claim can be processed quickly before the statute of limitations runs out.
Future Economic Damages
- Loss of earning capacity.
- Loss of ability to engage in normal activities. If you have been incapacitated and cannot work, your future economic damages may include the loss of earnings that would have resulted if you had continued working. A court may award a lump sum for this type of loss or allow it as part of a daily rate to be paid out over time (known as “loss-of-earnings” damages).
- Loss of ability to perform tasks that were previously done; This is called “general disability.” If someone loses their job because they are unable to perform the duties required by their position due to an accident, they could receive general disability benefits from Social Security after being injured on the job.
Pain and Suffering
Pain and suffering is the most common reason why people hire an attorney after they’ve been injured in an accident. The experience of pain and suffering is personal and difficult to quantify, which makes it a challenging aspect of brain injury cases for victims.
When you’re injured, there’s no way to know how much it will hurt until your injuries have healed enough that you can start feeling them again. It might feel like nothing at first but then suddenly one day you’ll wake up with a headache or your arm feels weirdly numb or you lose the ability to use your shoulder completely—and all of these symptoms are signs that something went wrong with your body! If left untreated these symptoms could lead directly into more serious problems such as permanent nerve damage or chronic inflammation (which can cause permanent scarring).
Victims of accidental brain injuries deserve fair and full compensation.
Victims of accidental brain injuries deserve fair and full compensation. Victims who have been injured by the negligence of another person or entity can file a lawsuit to seek money damages for their injuries. In some cases, victims may be eligible for compensation from their own insurance company if they were covered under an auto accident policy at the time of the incident. But in most cases, these types of policies do not cover all types of damages incurred as a result of an accident—and this is where an attorney can help you get what you deserve from those responsible for your accident.
When hiring an attorney after suffering a serious injury due to someone else’s negligence, it’s important that you take into account everything related to your case so that he or she knows exactly where everything stands with regards to jurisdiction and deadlines before filing anything official (such as medical records).
If you or someone you love has been injured by an accident in Pennsylvania, contact an attorney at the Law Offices of Brandy Pinto. We are here to help with your case and provide you with the best possible outcome.