Brain & Spinal Cord Injuries lawyer
Pursuing Maximum Compensation in Los Angeles
Catastrophic injuries can have everlasting impacts on your life. Accident victims and family members can experience profound lifestyle changes that affect their daily personal and work lives. Brain injury and spinal injury of any type can cause paralysis, memory loss, vision loss, hearing loss, nerve damage, difficulty breathing, numbness, extreme pain, balance difficulties, and more. It is critical to get immediate, high-quality medical care if you or a loved one has experienced any sort of head, neck, or back trauma.
At JML Law, we help clients who cannot afford medical care and special attention to finding doctors who will not charge for treatment until their cases settle. Our personal injury lawyers is top Los Angeles litigators who guide our clients through the entire legal process. As our client, we will aggressively advocate for your best interests in all legal forums and handle all legal aspects of your case, including:
- Independent investigation of your claim
- All communications with insurance companies and other defendants
- Discovery and examination of all applicable insurance coverage policies
- Collaboration with expert witnesses
- Filing a personal injury lawsuit and all other court filings
- Mediation and settlement negotiation
- Court litigation, if necessary
Establishing The Full Value Of Your Case
There are numerous pieces of your case to account for and several factors that will guide our work in determining the full and fair value of your case. If the injury was work-related, it will change how we pursue your compensation. The unique elements of your injury, the accident, and your specific losses and damages will affect the amount of your compensation and overall case.
Submitting a calculated and accurate demand for compensation to the defense is crucial to your maximum possible recovery and each of these elements will influence our demand package. Our team of Los Angeles personal injury lawyer collaborates with proven experts including accident reconstructionists, medical experts, and life-care planners to build a compelling and winnable case on your behalf.
Even if you or a family member was partially at fault for the accident that caused brain injury or spinal injury, you may still be able to recover substantial compensation that can cover:
- Past and future medical costs
- Past and future lost income
- Lost future earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Long-term care needs
- Lost income
Our injury attorneys are experienced with brain injury and spinal injury cases in Los Angeles County and throughout California. Do NOT accept an insurance settlement before fully understanding your legal options and speaking with one of our brain injury attorneys. We will handle your case with compassion & conviction and go to bat for you once we accept your case.
Spinal Cord Injuries Can Be Devastating
When we look at data from National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center (NSCISC), we can see that the most common causes of spinal cord injuries include the following (percentages or from data gathered from 2015 to 2019):
- Vehicle accidents (39.3%)
- Falls (31.8%)
- Violence (13.5%)
- Sports and recreation incidents (8.0%)
- Medical or surgical mistakes (4.3%)
- Other (3.1%)
Spinal cord injuries can result in partial paralysis (paraplegia) or complete paralysis (quadriplegia) and completely affect a victim’s life. In some cases, a victim is able to regain some mobility and a sense of control over the situation. However, it is not uncommon for spinal cord injury victims to sustain permanent injuries that completely alter their day-to-day lives and their ability to maintain employment.
Brain Injuries Can Lead To Long-term Consequences
Brain injuries occur in a wide variety of ways in and around the Los Angeles area. Our attorneys regularly help clients who have sustained moderate to severe brain injuries caused by the following:
- Vehicle accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Slips, trips, and falls
- Falling from heights
- Sports injuries
- Workplace accidents
Many brain injuries are considered relatively minor, often classified as concussions. However, a moderate to severe traumatic brain injury could have a significant impact on a victim’s life. Some of the most common temporary or permanent signs and symptoms associated with brain injuries include the following:
- Mobility issues
- Bodily weakness
- Constant fatigue
- Problems with speech
- Loss of fine motor skills
- Problems with balance
- Memory or cognitive impairment
- Complete or partial paralysis
- Possible coma
A traumatic brain injury not only affects a person’s ability to enjoy day-to-day activities, but a victim may no longer be able to work and earn income.
How Much Does A Los Angeles Brain And Spinal Cord Injury Attorney Cost?
The attorneys at JML Law take Los Angeles spinal cord and brain injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that our clients will not have to pay any upfront or out-of-pocket costs related to their case. Our attorneys will only collect legal fees after we obtain the compensation that our clients are entitled to. We understand that injury victims and their families are often placed into precarious financial situations as a result of their injuries. We believe that this type of fee arrangement helps victims stand up to any party that caused them harm, regardless of their current financial situation.
Consult A JML Law Attorney For Free
Call our law firm at 818-610-8800 or email us to schedule a free initial consultation with a dedicated, proven personal injury attorney in Los Angeles. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that all legal costs are covered until you are awarded compensation. Don’t hesitate to contact us. We will fight for what you legally deserve. Schedule a consultation today.
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.