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- Evaluating the injuries: By spending an hour to 90 minutes during an initial consultation with a personal injury victim, we often takes note of brain injury symptoms that a family doctor may have missed in a quick physical exam following a car crash or other injury event. In addition, the victim may not want to acknowledge an impairment.
- Knowing the symptoms: The scope and extent of a brain injury can vary widely, making diagnosis and treatment difficult. Someone who has suffered head trauma may have memory problems, suffer from mood swings, and have headaches or vertigo. When we recognize such symptoms during a victim’s visit to our office, we can provide advice about seeking proper treatment and assessing the degree of impact.
- Representing the brain injury victim: After investigating the event that caused the brain injury and getting a proper medical assessment, our law firm will fight for the compensation needed for treatment and care. A brain injury can require long term care, treatment, rehabilitation and occupational therapy.
When an incident causes a brain injury, it is important to have lawyers with experience investigating events and identifying all potentially liable parties who created the risks of harm. Our law firm has that experience with all types of event claims, including:
Defective Products/Product Safety
Construction Site Accidents
At Stambaugh Law P.C., every brain injury client receives one-on-one, personal attention from an experienced attorney. Located at the intersection of Queen Street and I-83, we offer safe and free handicapped-accessible parking. Contact Stambaugh Law, P.C. for a free consultation to discuss your personal injury concerns.CONTACT US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION →