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New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer 

New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer

Experienced Brain Injury Attorney in Camden County, NJ Seeking Compensation and Justice on Behalf of Accident Victims in Voorhees as well as Burlington County, Gloucester County, and Throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania 

While traumatic brain injuries aren’t visible, their impact is significant. These injuries are considered catastrophic as they can be life-altering and permanent. Many people that suffer traumatic brain injuries face a long road to recovery. Some don’t completely recover from the injuries. They face multiple treatments and life-long personal care. The financial pressure of the mounting medical bills is compounded by the fact that the victims cannot return to work or seek alternative employment. With so much at stake, it is important that you have the best legal representation. Contact Garber Law, P.C. to work with an experienced and skilled New Jersey traumatic brain injury lawyer. 

The team at Garber Law, P.C. is committed to defending the rights of those injured as a result of the negligence of other parties. We’ve been fighting on behalf of accident victims for well over three decades. You can rely on our firm to secure the best outcome for your claim. 

Contact Garber Law, P.C. to schedule a free consultation with an experienced and knowledgeable brain injury attorney in Camden County, NJ. Let the professionals at our firm help you understand your legal rights and options. We will provide you with an effective strategy to pursue compensation in your case and ensure you know what to expect.

Effects of Traumatic Brain Injuries 

Brain injuries can have various effects. These largely depend on the severity of the brain injury suffered. Brain injuries can range from mild traumatic brain injuries such as concussions to severe traumatic brain injuries. Mild traumatic brain injuries may cause symptoms such as: 

  • Unexplained fatigue 
  • Dizziness 
  • Sensory problems 
  • Nausea 
  • Headaches 
  • Blurred vision 

The impact of mild traumatic brain injuries often resolves after a short while as the injuries can heal on their own. More severe injuries can have effects that last longer. These include: 

  • Dilated pupils 
  • Seizures 
  • Confusion 
  • Problems with balance and coordination 
  • Sleeping problems 
  • Loss of consciousness that can last for several hours 
  • Persistent headaches 
  • Slurred speech 
  • Changes in behavior 

Garber Law, P.C. Handles Accident and Injury Cases Throughout the Country. From Our Offices in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, We Handle Legal Claims From Philadelphia to the Delaware Valley and Beyond. If We Can’t Handle Your Case For Any Reason, We Have Relationships With Firms All Over The Country That Can. Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation At 856-219-4628.

Long-term effects of severe traumatic brain injuries include: 

  • Repeated seizures 
  • Infections 
  • Loss of vision 
  • Loss of hearing 
  • Consciousness disorders include being in a vegetative state or coma 
  • Facial paralysis 
  • Cognitive difficulties 
  • Memory loss 
  • Difficulties writing, speaking, reading, or even understanding speech 
  • Increased risk of developing a degenerative brain disease 
  • Increased risk of stroke and blood clots 
  • Behavioral or emotional changes 

Traumatic brain injuries can also lead to disabilities and other debilitating effects. Victims may require intensive medical treatment, long-term therapy or rehabilitation, and personal care. If the traumatic brain injury was the result of another party’s negligence, you can rely on the guidance and representation of a skilled New Jersey traumatic brain injury lawyer from Garber Law, P.C. to fight for justice. 

Contact Garber Law, P.C. for Free Consultation with an Experienced New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer 

Traumatic brain injuries can be life-altering. They often require extensive treatment and may put a significant financial strain on you and your loved ones. You shouldn’t have to bear the economic strain of injuries resulting from an accident caused by the negligence of another party. Contact Garber Law, P.C. and schedule a free consultation with an experienced New Jersey traumatic brain injury lawyer from our law firm. 

Take this opportunity to learn more about your legal rights and the options that are available to you. Our attorneys are ready and willing to answer any questions you may have. We will also provide you with guidance on what we believe would be the best approach to pursuing compensation for your claim. 

Contact us today to schedule your free consultation. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Traumatic Brain Injuries in New Jersey

What is the difference between a head injury and a brain injury?

Head injuries are those injuries to the head that only affect the external part of the head. They include injuries such as bruising, lacerations, and even skull fractures. Traumatic brain injuries on the other hand are injuries that affect the brain. Unlike head injuries that occur as a result of direct contact with the head, traumatic brain injuries can occur even if there is no direct blow to the head. For example, you can suffer a traumatic brain injury from the sudden jolting during the impact of a car accident. While your head may not have been injured physically, the sudden and forceful back and forth movement of your neck and head may have jolted your brain back and forth within your skull causing a traumatic brain injury.

Unlike head injuries, traumatic brain injuries aren’t always obvious. This is why it is important to seek medical treatment after an accident. A full medical examination will reveal a traumatic brain injury and ensure that you receive the treatment you need. It will also help to show that your brain injury was a result of the accident and therefore ensure that you can recover just compensation for your injuries.

I settled my personal injury claim but have incurred additional medical expenses for my brain injury. Can I seek further compensation?

The unfortunate answer to this question is no. Once you have settled your claim for compensation or have won a verdict at trial, you can no longer pursue compensation for the same injury or accident. This is why it is important to wait for your doctor’s prognosis before pursuing compensation.

At Garber Law, P.C., we understand that victims of traumatic brain injuries incur hefty medical expenses and financial pressure from not being able to work. We know that traumatic brain injuries can have lifelong consequences and require additional medical treatment and personal care. With the help of an experienced brain injury attorney in Camden County, NJ from our firm, you can figure out potential future expenses and losses that you are likely to incur as a result of your injury. We will factor this into the total amount we seek to recover as compensation for your injuries.

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