Obtaining Justice for Injured People in Pennsylvania
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can leave a person permanently disabled, requiring weeks, months or a lifetime of specialized medical care and treatments. Even when a person's injuries do not seem particularly serious, he or she could have a serious, permanent and life-changing brain injury.
At Abes Baumann, we understand the lifelong consequences that a TBI can have on the victim and his or her family. We are committed to helping you get the compensation you need to cover your current and future medical care, lost wages, pain and suffering, and loss of consortium. With more than 100 years of combined experience, our attorneys know how to handle TBI cases.
To discuss your case with one of our experienced lawyers in a free initial consultation, contact us online or call 412-228-4786.
Even a Mild TBI Can Have Serious Consequences
A brain injury can result from a variety of accidents, including car accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, explosions, work-related accidents and assaults. Additionally, many veterans have returned home from war with traumatic brain injuries suffered during combat.
A TBI can exist even in the absence of an obvious head wound, injury to the skull or damage to the brain. Memory problems, headaches, irritability and forgetfulness are all symptoms of a traumatic brain injury. Even with a mild TBI, there are long-term consequences that inexperienced attorneys may overlook.
A thorough evaluation of the victim's brain injury and degree of impairment can have a significant impact on the amount of compensation you are able to obtain. Our Pittsburgh brain injury attorneys regularly work with TBI experts throughout the region, including Dr. Michael Collins of UPMC, to determine the scope of your brain injury, whether you will be able to live independently or work, and what types of treatments could help improve your health.
When you work with Abes Baumann, you will receive the excellent service you would expect from your attorney. Your case will never be handed off to a legal assistant or paralegal. The same attorney you work with at the beginning of your case will be standing by your side until your case concludes.
Contact Our Allegheny County Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys for a Free Consultation
To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced lawyers, contact us online or call 412-228-4786.
Our cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. This means that you do not pay a fee unless we make a recovery for you.