Brain Injury Attorneys in Louisville
Representing Catastrophic Injury Cases
Has your family member or loved one recently been in an accident where they have suffered a catastrophic injury such as a traumatic brain injury? Traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when the head suffers serious trauma, leading to damage to the brain. The severity of this type of injury can range from minor cognitive disabilities or changes to severe, life-altering consequences. At Bahe Cook Cantley & Nefzger PLC, we represent families of individuals who have suffered preventable brain injuries suffered in all types of accidents in Kentucky.
Please call us today at (502) 587-2002 to schedule a free initial consultation with a caring Louisville brain injury lawyer.
Seeking Justice for Your Brain Injury
If you suspect that the accident was caused by negligence or that the injury was preventable, you may have grounds for a personal injury claim. Our Louisville personal injury attorneys understand the severity of sustaining a brain injury and want to ensure that the responsible person is held accountable, legally and financially.
At BCCN, we know how to teach jurors about the mechanism of how these injuries occur and the lifelong consequences of brain injury. We also know the experts who can best treat these conditions to make sure you receive proper medical care.
Causes & Symptoms of Brain Injuries
After a person has been in any type of accident, it is very important that they seek medical care, even if they do not notice any immediate symptoms. Brain injuries do not always present themselves right away and having a record of physical conditions can help your case. However, a few examples of common symptoms include cognitive problems, sensory and motor problems, headaches, difficulty with memory, and insomnia.
Brain injuries are considered catastrophic because they often lead to permanent disability and have a high fatality rate. If your loved one is able to seek medical care promptly, the impact may be significantly reduced.
A few of the most common cause of brain injuries include:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Bicycle and car crashes
- Pedestrian accidents
- Near-drowning incidents
- Sports accidents/injuries
- Nursing home abuse
- Medical malpractice
Please contact our office today at (502) 587-2002 to learn how our Louisville injury team can help protect your rights.