Traumatic Brain Injury
Have you or a loved one suffered a traumatic brain injury? Brain injuries can be debilitating, and some even result in death.

If a brain injury occurs due to someone else’s fault or negligence, you have the right to pursue a lawsuit. John Flood Trial Lawyers focus on traumatic brain injury cases, helping victims and their families get rightful compensation.

Types of Brain Injuries

There are three basic categories of brain injuries:

  • Open Head Injury. If the injury involves penetration or breaking of the skull or scalp, severe brain damage can occur. If an object has penetrated the skull and needs to be removed, the procedure is incredibly risky. The skull exists to protect the brain, and if the head is impacted hard enough to break the skull, the chances of a resulting brain injury are high.
  • Closed Head Injury. When head trauma does not cause penetration of the skull or scalp, but still causes brain damage, it is considered a closed head injury. Brain damage resulting from a closed head injury can be as mild as a concussion or as severe as permanent brain damage.
  • Anoxic Brain Injury. When the brain is deprived of oxygen for too long, an anoxic brain injury can occur. Brain cells die from lack of oxygen, and this can result in permanent brain damage.

With any of these types of brain injuries, either temporary or permanent memory loss can occur. The brain can lose function in various parts, resulting in the inability to move or even breathe. Severe brain trauma or prolonged lack of oxygen can also result in death. Some specific brain injuries within these categories include concussions, contusions, hematomas, skull fractures, and whiplash.

Causes of Brain Injuries

A traumatic brain injury can result from a wide variety of accidents or events, such as:

  • Car accidents
  • Falls
  • Assault and battery
  • Medical errors

In many cases, another person is at fault for a brain injury. Whether you were involved in an accident where the other driver was at fault, you were the victim of a physical attack, you were injured due to medical malpractice, or someone’s negligence caused you to fall, you have the right to take legal action.

John T. Flood Trial Lawyers

If you or a loved one experienced a traumatic brain injury, John Flood Trial Lawyers can help. In many cases, a lawsuit is filed against the insurance company in order to get sufficient compensation. Medical bills and the cost of future care for the victim of a brain injury can be significant. In some cases, a victim will need medical care or nursing care for the rest of their life. John Flood brain injury lawyer can help you get adequate compensation for these expenses.

Call (361) 654-8877 or contact us right away. You only have a limited time to pursue legal action.