Legal Guidance For Brain Injury Claims
When a serious accident results in you or a loved one suffering a brain injury, there may be more at stake than you think. It can be challenging for the victim of an accident and their family to know if they are about to accept the compensation they deserve for their injuries. So what can you do to ensure you are securing the best possible outcome in your claim?
Here at Penn & Seaborn, LLC, our Alabama team knows how hard it can be to live with a brain injury, and we know the long-term consequences of the injury. We want to help you secure compensation that can cover both the long-term and short-term costs of your brain injury, and we know how to do it.
What Your Compensation Should Cover
It is not enough for an insurance company to offer you a settlement that only covers the medical expenses you received up to that point in time. Because a pain injury is so severe and long-lasting, there are many different types of consequences your compensation should cover, including:
- Future surgeries
- Medical equipment, like a cane or a wheelchair
- Home modifications, such as ramp installations or stair lifts
- Loss of bodily function
- Cost of nursing care
- Pain and suffering
When someone else caused you to suffer your injuries due to their recklessness or negligence, we believe they should be responsible for the consequences. You can count on us to take the time to develop a custom-tailored strategy that fits your unique needs.
Choose A Team You Can Count On
We are not afraid to stand up against large insurance firms or big legal teams to secure the compensation you deserve for your injuries. If you are ready to meet with us, schedule your initial consultation today. Call us at 334-219-9852 or email us to take the first step in planning your personal injury claim.