Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer

When Tragedy Strikes

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) often occur as the result of a motor vehicle accident. They can cause people to lapse into coma and suffer from functional or cognitive deficits and in some cases can be fatal. If the TBI you sustained is attributable to someone’s negligence, Attorney Snow an experienced trial attorney, can help you secure the compensation necessary to permit you to pay your bills and mortgage during your recovery from your injury.

Attorney Snow is dedicated to helping clients who have suffered TBIs in car, truck and motorcycle accidents. He has helped families file personal injury claims and wrongful death lawsuits against those responsible for causing these accidents. With more than 30 years of experience in litigating traumatic brain injury cases, Attorney Snow has a proven record of successfully handling cases involving all types of TBIs, including:

  • Subdural hematomas
  • Epidural hematomas
  • Cerebral contusions
  • Cerebral lacerations
  • Edema
  • Diffuse axonal injuries
  • Severe concussions
  • Hemorrhages

Because TBIs often entail years of medical and neurological care, and physical therapy, it’s crucial that you and your family protect your rights and attain the financial compensation to which you’re entitled. Attorney Snow will work with you in securing the compensation needed to cover the cost of needed medical care and ensure that you’re able to care for yourself and your family in the future.

Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic brain injuries are often difficult to detect immediately after a motor vehicle collision. It can take weeks, even months, for symptoms to manifest. As a result, an injured person might not realize that their mental, emotional or physical state has been compromised.

Common symptoms of TBI include:

  • Dilated/unequal pupils
  • Loss of motor skills
  • Weakness in limbs
  • Altered vision, hearing or smell
  • Slurred speech
  • Vomiting
  • Fatigue    Cognitive deficits
  • Memory loss
  • Changes in mood/behavior
  • Chronic headaches
  • Seizures
  • Dizziness
  • Loss of consciousness

If you suspect a TBI from an accident, contact the Snow Law Firm immediately by calling us at (508) 477-7100.

Expert Help in Dealing with Insurance Companies

Insurance companies will often try to settle cases involving serious motor vehicle accidents as quickly as possible. While it may appear that they’re doing this to help you and your family, you should know that they may have ulterior motives. Insurance companies are aware that a family may be in need of money quickly to help care for the injured person and pay medical expenses. But the reality is that, because a TBI may not be diagnosed until weeks or months after an accident, they are offering an expeditious settlement to protect themselves from compensating you for any problems which may arise in the future.

The Snow Law Firm doesn’t work for the insurance companies. They work for you and your family. Attorney Steven Snow recommends that you not accept an initial settlement offer until you know the full extent of your injuries. By going to follow-up appointments and undergoing appropriate diagnostic testing, your physician will be able to recognize and treat a TBI, and determine if you may suffer any lasting effects as a result of the accident.

Call today for a free consultation

If you, your spouse, significant other, partner or child have a TBI as a result of an injury on Cape Cod, call the Snow Law Firm today at (508) 477-7100.  Or, if you prefer, complete our contact form and we’ll be in touch to schedule a free consultation.  

From his office in Mashpee, Attorney Steven Snow represents clients throughout Cape Cod and Southeastern Massachusetts, including clients residing in Barnstable, Bristol, Dukes, Nantucket, Norfolk, Middlesex, Plymouth, and Suffolk Counties.

Attorney Snow has helped hundreds of injured people obtain the maximum compensation necessary to move forward with their lives. He stands ready to help you!

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