Serious Representation For Brain Injuries

Brain injuries can be caused by car accidents, sports trauma or even a simple slip-and-fall. They can be mild or severe, affecting everyday life and even leading to partial paralysis, memory loss and cognitive difficulties. Symptoms can include headaches, an inability to concentrate, memory loss, dizziness, fatigue, mood changes, nausea and blurred vision.

Sometimes brain injuries are misdiagnosed by doctors or missed altogether. It is also important to remember that symptoms can crop up months or even years after the injury was suffered.

Concussions are the most common form of traumatic brain injuries. They're caused by the brain slamming against the skull during a jolt or blow to the head. Keep in mind that concussions and other closed brain injuries may not immediately present symptoms; often, symptoms of a concussion do not appear until much later. Concussions are most commonly associated with motorcycle accidents, car accidents, slip-and-fall accidents and sports accidents.

Florida law states that you can file a claim for traumatic brain injuries for up to four years following an accident. If you can prove that another person or company was responsible for your brain injury, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses, including medical bills, lost wages, disabilities and even emotional distress.

The best way to know if you have a case is to schedule a free initial consultation with Johnson & Montas P.A. Please bring with you any accident reports and medical reports pertaining to your injury.

Speak To An Attorney at Johnson & Montas P.A. Today

We offer a free initial consultation to explain your rights and answer your questions. We provide this consultation without any obligation to hire us. Call Johnson & Montas P.A. at 321-307-2048 or fill out our contact form to talk to a lawyer.