Brain injury, Head Injury, TBI Lawyer
New York Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney
Our law firm only manages Personal Injury litigation ensuring the best possible focused legal services. When you have a serious personal injury, our attorneys take into account your physical injuries, mental state of mind, lost wages, recovery and rehabilitation. At Ajlouny Injury law Law Offices, we know that your future depends on us. Lean on us and feel secure knowing that your medical and financial needs you incur from your serious personal injury will be taken care of.
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A brain injury is a life changing journey. Ajlouny Injury Law, New York personal injury attorneys specializes in traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injury, vehicle collisions, car accidents, truck accidents, and slip and fall personal injuries. TBI victims are entitled to just compensation to replace lost income, medical care, and compensation for the pain and suffering. Ajlouny Injury Law is a NY TBI specialty lawyer.
Is an insurance company refusing to pay for surgery, caregivers, rehab facilities and medical bills? If you or a loved one has sustained a brain injury, we can help! There are many different causes of brain injury, including, car crashes, sports-related mishaps, stroke, aneurysm, proximity to explosions, and exposure to toxic substances.
A settlement will allow a victim with TBI to get the help they and their loved ones need to cope with the physical and behavioral changes which occur in the victims of TBI. Ajlouny Injury Law, New York accident attorneys have a “no win – no fee” policy. If a loved one is suffering a traumatic head injury, our attorneys collect no fee unless we get you the settlement you deserve.
Pedestrian struck by vehicle sustained injuries including left femoral fracture, right clavicular fracture, laceration of right anterior tibial area, fracture of right medial malleolus, fracture of pubic rami, and severe head injury, including intracranial hemorrhage on left parietal hemisphere and left frontal lobe intra-axial hematoma with right temporal bone fracture.
Pedestrian struck by vehicle. Pedestrian sustained injuries including left femoral fracture, right clavicular fracture, laceration of right anterior tibial area, fracture of right medial malleolus, fracture of pubic rami, and severe head injury, including intracranial hemorrhage on left parietal hemisphere and left frontal lobe intra-axial hematoma with right temporal bone fracture
Women had tripped and fallen over the remnant of a no-parking sign striking her head and sustaining a skull fracture and an epidural hematoma. She required a craniotomy with evacuation of the hematoma and was left with severe cognitive dysfunction, depression and disabling headaches. The jury awarded the women an undisclosed amount for her future pain and suffering
Women struck by truck and knocked to the ground sustaining TBI manifested by a subarachnoid hemorrhage, a subdural hematoma (a collection of blood inside the skull but also inside the dura) and a diffuse axonal injury (the tearing of nerve tissue in the brain). Plaintiff’s doctors testified that she suffered post-accident brain deficits, including problems with short-term recall and executive function. The defense argued that plaintiff’s injury was insignificant and that she had recovered upon leaving the hospital two days after the accident.
Worker who was injured when a stone fell on his head at a sewer extension. He was eventually treated for a concussion and a herniated disc.
Brain injury, Head Injury, TBI Lawyer
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major cause of death and disability in the United States. From 2006 to 2014, the number of TBI-related emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and deaths increased by 53%. (according to the Centers for Disease Control). In 2014, an average of 155 people in the United States died each day from injuries that include a TBI.1 Those who survive a TBI can face effects that last a few days, or the rest of their lives. Effects of TBI can include impairments related to thinking or memory, movement, sensation (e.g., vision or hearing), or emotional functioning (e.g., personality changes, depression). These issues not only affect individuals but also can have lasting effects on families and communities.