A Head Injury Can Mean Delayed Brain Damage
A traumatic brain injury after a serious accident is often obvious. The victim may immediately lose the ability to communicate and walk. But closed head injuries also have a less obvious side. Often after a blow to the head, the symptoms of a brain injury aren’t noticeable for weeks or months. Even then the victim may not notice a problem. Often family members, co-workers and friends who knew the person prior to the accident are the first to recognize a change.
A brain injury isn’t always obvious, but it is always serious.
Brain injury symptoms aren’t always noticeable right away. Sometimes it takes weeks or months after an accident to start noticing slurred speech, memory loss or a change in personality.
Our resources and trial experience are the difference you need.
Our team is led by Stephen Farmer, Danny Cline and Robert Campbell, who have experience helping victims of negligence recover significant money settlements and jury awards for catastrophic injuries such as traumatic brain injury.
We’re experienced enough to know that lawyers can’t do this alone. We call on the expert testimony and opinions of medical experts and rehabilitation specialists to clarify the medical issues and prepare the strongest case possible to win in court. If insurance defense attorneys try to confuse the medical issues, our team is there with clear medical facts.
Contact our offices to talk to us about your brain injury case. We will take the time to investigate your case thoroughly and give you an honest legal evaluation. At Farmer, Cline & Campbell, you don’t just get a lawyer; you get experienced trial lawyers who have successfully handled large, complex cases involving brain injuries.