When Do You Need a Brain Injury Attorney?

When Should You Hire a Brain Injury Lawyer?

Brain Injuries are one of the most traumatic injuries an individual can experience. Damage to the brain must be treated diligently, as the effects can last a lifetime.

If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury due to the negligence of others, our attorneys are ready to help. Call Pittman, Dutton, Hellums, Bradley & Mann today at (205) 322-8880.

What Is a Traumatic Brain Injury?

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) is an injury to the head that results in damage to the brain. There are two types of brain injury – penetration & closed head injuries.

  • Penetrating head injury: This type of injury occurs when an object penetrates the victim’s skull, and often the brain itself.
  • Closed head injury: This type of brain injury occurs when the head suddenly or violently stops and the brain collides with the skull, such as when the head hits a windshield in a car accident

What Are the Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury?

The symptoms of a brain injury are often subtle and sometimes not apparent at all. Injuries from a concussion often do not reveal evidence of trauma. It is extremely important to be aware of the symptoms of a brain injury such as:

- Persistent headache
- Consistent headaches
- Loss of memory
- Poor Concentration
- Ringing Ears
- Light Sensitivity
- Extreme mood swings
- Slow or difficult speech
- Confusion

What Are Potential Compensation in Traumatic Brain Injury Cases?

Our Birmingham injury attorneys are prepared to evaluate and pursue your traumatic brain injury claim. We treat every client with compassion and work diligently to understand the specifics of your unique case. You and your family may be able to receive compensation for:

- Pain & suffering
- Loss of income and future earnings potential
- Diminished quality of life

How Can You Contact an Experienced Brain Injury Lawyer?

Brain injuries are notoriously difficult to diagnose, but our attorneys are committed to supporting you through every step of your case. Our legal team will investigate the circumstances surrounding your case and the extent of the injuries you suffered. We don’t just concentrate on obtaining compensation for what has already been lost, but we look toward the future and the emotional and financial hardships you face in the months and years to come.

Don’t suffer the burden of a brain injury alone. Contact the brain injury lawyers of Pittman, Dutton, Hellums, Bradley & Mann today online or at (205) 322-8880 to discuss your case for free. Our attorneys work on a contingency basis, so we won’t get paid until you do.


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