Legal Advice Regarding Work-Related Brain Injuries
If you have suffered any injury or blow to the head, you should receive careful medical attention with frequent follow-up visits so your doctor can monitor you for signs of traumatic brain injury (TBI).
If the head injury occurred during an accident at work, you should seek advice from an experienced attorney about your legal options. You may have a strong claim for workers’ compensation benefits. You may also be entitled to Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits if you have a lasting disability due to a brain injury.
Injuries to the brain can worsen over time, and any claim for benefits should take into account the possibility that you will need a lifetime of medical care because of the accident.
The Lawrence Law Firm
Offices in Orlando and other Florida cities
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Possible Signs Of Head Injury
If you have been in an accident where you were struck in the head, knocked unconscious or suffered severe whiplash, you should notify your doctor immediately if you experience any of the following:
- Chronic headaches
- Short-term memory loss
We Know How To Work With Medical Experts To Prove Your Case
Our lead attorney, Chad Lawrence, has decades of experience using medical records, medical experts and other strong evidence to support his clients’ cases.
With forceful negotiation tactics and expert medical witnesses on our side, we fight the insurance companies and the Social Security Administration when necessary to obtain the best possible compensation for our clients who are suffering the lingering effects of a head injury.
Contact The Lawrence Law Firm For A Free Initial Consultation
If you or a family member is experiencing signs of lingering brain injury following a work accident, seek immediate medical care. Then, we encourage you to contact The Lawrence Law Firm immediately to schedule a free and confidential initial consultation.
We handle all workers’ compensation and SSD cases on a contingency fee basis – this means that we do not require any fees upfront, and we do not get paid unless you get benefits.
We have several locations throughout Florida, and we offer flexible scheduling options. For people with serious injuries, we offer home and hospital visits as well.
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