Brain injury cases are extremely complicated and can be difficult to prove. Traumatic brain injuries range from mild to severe. In order to prove a brain injury case, it is often necessary to obtain evidence from specialists in the areas of physical medicine and rehabilitation, neurology, psychiatry and neuro-psychology. In addition to the evidence of the experts, there must be evidence from family, friends and co-workers who knew the injured person before and after the accident and can provide evidence of the nature and extent of the changes the person has suffered due to the brain injury.
The proper preparation and presentation of a brain injury case requires extensive knowledge and experience. We have the knowledge and experience necessary to advance brain injury cases for our clients, and we retain the leading experts in the field of traumatic brain injury in order to prove our clients' cases.