Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries

If you or someone you love has suffered a mild traumatic brain injury in an accident or due to medical negligence, you deserve to be compensated.  Mild traumatic brain injuries (including concussions) are sometimes referred to as hidden brain injuries because they may not appear on scans.  The injured person may look fine and there may be a delay of days or even weeks or months before the onset of symptoms.

 

Despite the designation as “mild,” a mild traumatic brain injury is a serious injury the results of which can drastically change your life.  The term mild simply refers to the length of time the victim was unconscious after the accident.  Such injuries can lead to memory loss, impaired cognitive and language ability and impaired senses such as sight and hearing.  They often impact the injured victim’s emotional state leading to significant changes in personality or depression.  Mild traumatic brain injuries often require significant treatment and may lead to a lifelong challenges.

 

At Cooper Sevillano,our attorneys here to help you navigate the process during this uncertain and emotional time.  We will communicate with insurance companies and their defense teams so you can concentrate on the healing process.  We have the experience to aggressively pursue your claim in order to obtain fair compensation for you and your family and ensure that those responsible are held fully accountable for their actions.

 

At Cooper Sevillano,we are first and foremost experienced trial attorneys.  We utilize state of the art courtroom technology and retain the best trial experts to help us present your case in the most effective way to a jury.  Our attorneys have successfully handled thousands of complex personal injury and medical malpractice claims obtaining comprehensive and substantial settlements and jury verdicts, some exceeding a million dollars.

 

Claims Handled on a Contingency Basis

 

Remember that all of our cases are handled on a contingency-fee basis which means we are only paid when we win a case and recover money for our clients.  If you or someone you love has sustained  a brain injury in an accident or due to a physician’s mistake, please don’t hesitate to call us for a free, no obligation, confidential consultation at  (203) 366-0660 or email us at info@coopersevillano.com

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