Anaheim Brain Injury Attorney

In our technologically driven society filled with artificial intelligence and self-driving cars, the most important (and often forgotten) supercomputer is still the human brain. Far more complex than IBM’s Watson and still intriguing scientists across the world, our brains process thoughts, actions and store more precious things than any hard drive, stick of RAM or motherboard anyone could manufacture.

When injured, our brains can literally alter how our bodies think, move, feel, react to stimuli or store important memories. If you’ve been injured in any manner which caused head trauma, JML Law staffs an incredible Anaheim brain injury attorney with knowledge of personal injury law.

If It’s Your Mind, It Matters to JML Law

A major cause of death amongst those under 45, traumatic brain injuries could form from slight concussions, or massive blunt force trauma. Many injuries start out with people feeling disorientated, perhaps ‘seeing stars’, with other motor functions starting to show signs of deterioration, such as the ability to reason. The harder one experiences direct head contact with stationary objects, the more impactful injuries become by virtue of force.

Force which one hits their heads is best measured in g’s, or gravitational force. To give you an idea of an injury’s potential seriousness, boxers endure roughly 50 g’s when punched by another average-strength boxer, which equals being hit at around 20 mph with a 13-pound bowling ball. Conversely, woodpeckers put roughly 1200 g’s behind their rapid head motions. That amount of force would obliterate the brain of humans. It’s believed brain damage can occur in humans somewhere between 10-50 g’s.

When car accidents or other negligent actions occur, the exact number of gravitational impact depends on numerous factors which medical professionals evaluate to determine extent of brain damage. Our Anaheim brain injury attorney leans heavily on medical evaluations when fighting for compensation.

Your mind matters to JML Law. And we’ll fight hard when it’s been injured.

Accidents Leading to Brain Injury are Serious

Broken limbs, fractures, cuts and scratches, even most minor burns heal over time. Brain injuries are treated far more seriously because what accident victims may experience now, could kill them or put them into a vegetative state later. These accidents are very, very serious and have long-term complications over-the-counter medication probably can’t solve.

JML Law settles victim claims for as much as allowable by law, or whatever we’re able to agree upon with at-fault insurer. Medical expenses and loss of income are given; pain and suffering you’ll endure later, along with those caused now, will be ancillary compensations we fight for. Every penny your accident is worth is what we’re going to litigate for, especially since serious brain injuries are likelier to cause permanent impairment to some degree.

Leave nothing to chance if you’ve been diagnosed with serious brain injuries. Contact JML Law, an aggressive Anaheim brain injury attorney poised to bring wrongdoers to justice by whatever means is legally necessary.

No-cost consultations are available. We’ll take cases on a contingency-fee retainer, meaning our performance dictates whether clients pay, or don’t.

Get Your Questions Answered.

Contact Our Lawyers.

Every case is unique and needs to be evaluated by our experienced lawyers. If you have been injured in a work-related accident,

give us a call at 818-610-8800 or send us an email to schedule a free initial consultation. There is no risk to meet with us. We get paid only if we win your claim.

Speak To Our Firm About Your Case

Our law firm accepts cases on referral from other lawyers throughout California. To schedule a free initial consultation, call our office at 818-610-8800 or send us an email.

Orange County Office

2400 E. Katella Avenue Suite 440
Anaheim, CA 92806
Phone: 714-598-1994
Fax: 714-456-9179

Los Angeles Office

5855 Topanga Cyn. Blvd. Suite 300 Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Phone: 818-610-8800
Fax: 818-610-3030

21052 Oxnard Street
Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Bay Area Office

369 Pine Street,
Suite 506
San Francisco, CA 94104
Phone: 415-692-3462