Brain Injury

When a family member has an accident and is forced to deal with a traumatic brain injury (TBI), the emotions can be overwhelming. This type of injury almost always leaves a lasting injury and, in some cases, can incapacitate your loved one for the rest of their life. No matter what type of accident occurred, if it is due to the negligence of someone else, your loved one and their family deserve compensation. Williams & Thorson, LLP is a Garland based law firm that has years of experience in personal injury claims and they will give you the attention and the help that you need.

Brain Injury Due To Negligence

To receive compensation for an injury of any type you have to be willing to fight for it. No insurance company is going to just give you money. While they may cover medical expenses, such as in the case of an automobile accident, it is doubtful that they will offer up money for lost wages, pain and suffering, and loss of function unless you have someone to fight for you. Stace Williams and Paul Thorson have been helping clients for over 15 years and they can fight for you to get the compensation that your loved ones deserve.

Deficits Caused By Brain Injury

Serious brain injuries can cause all kinds of deficits, including paralysis, coma, hearing or vision loss, seizures, loss of taste or smell, and cognitive or learning issues, among the many deficits that can occur. Unfortunately, these symptoms may never go away for some victims, which means that they have to live with less function than they had previously and may not even be able to work or care for their family. This can be financially draining, but it should not cause the family to suffer financially. That is why you want to file a personal injury claim.

If your loved one has suffered a brain injury due to someone else’s negligence on the road, at work, or somewhere else, you want to fight for them to get the compensation that will be needed to cover medical bills, take care of their family, and cover any future issues that they may have. By retaining Williams & Thorson, LLP, you will have someone in your corner that will fight for your loved one to get the compensation that they deserve. Call (972) 226-4900 to discuss your case.