If you or a loved one suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in an accident, finding the right attorney for your case is essential. It’s important to hire someone with many years of experience handling personal injury claims involving head injuries.
Qualities to Consider
Every injury lawyer is different. Finding the one that you feel comfortable with and that will get you the results you need is important for the outcome of your case. The following are qualities to look for when deciding on an attorney:
- Experience in personal injury law
- Positive client reviews and testimonials
- No upfront fees
- Proven case results
Questions to Ask the Attorney
There are important questions you will want to ask a lawyer at your initial meeting to determine if they are the right fit for you. These include:
- How long have you practiced injury law?
- Are you familiar with brain injury cases?
- Have you worked on similar cases to mine?
- What were the outcomes of your past brain injury cases?
- Would you handle my case alone or as part of a team?
- Who would answer my questions and keep me informed during the duration of my case?
- Does this firm have the resources needed if my case went to court?
In addition to asking questions, you should also trust your gut feeling. You want to find a lawyer you feel comfortable talking to and that you trust.
Brain Injury Damages
An injury attorney can help determine fair compensation for your personal case. You can often be awarded damages for the following:
- Cost of medical treatment
- Rehabilitation costs
- Loss of wages and earnings
- Pain and suffering
Contact a Florida Personal Injury Attorney
As a former Florida State Trooper, Attorney Coy H. Brown has seen the brain injury trauma suffered by accident victims and their families. Browning Law Firm has reached multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements throughout Florida. There are no upfront legal feels unless we can secure compensation for your case. If you are looking for a brain injury lawyer, call our office, or contact us online to set up a meeting to discuss your legal options.