What Are Traumatic Brain Injuries?
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) occur as a result of vehicle collisions, truck crashes, falls, construction incidents, and even medical and nursing home negligence. While traumatic brain injuries are sometimes graded as mild, moderate and severe, we view every TBI as having a severe impact on our clients.
Brain injuries are life-changing. A brain injury can impair cognitive ability and memory, impair the ability to handle daily activities, and can change a person’s personality. Brain injuries have been shown to dramatically increase the risk of developing Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Those who suffer brain injuries may have limited abilities to care for themselves in the future. They may not be able to hold any level of employment.
It is critical that the people or companies that negligently cause TBIs be held completely accountable for the harms their negligence caused.
Building a strong case against someone who caused a brain injury requires experience and a real depth of knowledge that few attorneys have. These cases are complex. It is essential that the jury understands who you were before your injury and how your injury changed you and your life.
In pursuing the compensation a brain injury victim needs, we will consult with life care planners and other outside experts to ensure that we have taken all steps to make sure that we have considered all of your current needs as well as all of your future needs.
Skilled Attorneys Dedicated To Helping You Get What You Need To Recover
At Konicek & Dillon, P.C., we have more than 150 years of combined experience working to help accident victims and their loved ones through the challenging times that follow a serious accident. Our goal is to provide the comprehensive representation that you need to ensure that your needs are met now and in the future. Our dedication to our clients’ well-being has won us numerous recognitions, including being named as members of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
- Take your symptoms seriously and get medical help.
- Don’t be discouraged if CT scans and MRIs do not show signs of injury. There are better, more sensitive tests to detect and observe signs of traumatic brain injury.
- Call Konicek & Dillon to get compassionate, excellent representation and to start the process of holding responsible at-fault parties accountable.
Contact The Geneva Traumatic Brain Injuries Lawyers of Konicek & Dillon, P.C.
If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury, our skilled attorneys can help you create accountability and effectively pursue the compensation you need. We understand what is at stake, and we know how to take immediate action that will protect your rights. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Chicago personal injury attorneys, call 312-239-0283; in Geneva, call 630-313-2071. You can also contact us online.