Helping Clients After A Brain Injury
At the Winston-Salem law firm of Comerford, Chilson, & Moser, we represent clients who have suffered traumatic brain injury, brain stem damage, closed-head injury or a brain injury resulting from many different causes. Our attorneys have the experience with severe brain injury litigation that can make a decisive difference in your claim.
Because medical knowledge and technology are still developing as to the diagnosis and treatment of serious brain injuries, the nature and extent of the victim’s injuries are often hotly disputed issues in personal injury litigation, even when liability against the defendant is firmly established. We devote careful attention to the development and presentation of damages evidence that accurately identifies and characterizes the brain injury at issue in your case.
Trusted Testimony From Respected Medical Professionals
Our attorneys rely on the support and testimony of medical, rehabilitation and neuropsychological experts to define brain injury damages and their prospects for treatment and recovery in such cases as the following:
- Mild, moderate or severe traumatic brain injury
- Closed-head injuries involving blunt force blows or post-concussive disorder
- Acquired brain injury such as anoxia, hypoxia, hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) or cerebral palsy
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Severe brain injuries result from a wide range of mishaps, including motor vehicle accidents, accidents at construction sites, medical negligence, or criminal assaults in poorly secured buildings or parking lots. We litigate brain injury cases on a contingent fee basis. In other words, we only collect an attorney’s fee when we achieve a settlement or jury verdict on your claims.
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