Bellingham Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys
Every year, approximately two million people sustain a head injury. A brain injury, head trauma or concussion is any trauma to the head that causes injury to the scalp, skull or brain. Other types of brain injuries are caused by oxygen deprivation. Common causes of head injury include car accidents, motorcycle accidents, falls, accidents in the home and birth injuries. Although most head injuries are minor, some result in prolonged or non-reversible brain damage. These serious head injuries are called a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Infants and small children are especially vulnerable to traumatic brain injuries as their skulls are softer than an adult’s in order to allow their brains to grow appropriately. If you lost your infant to a brain injury or your child has been permanently debilitated by a brain injury you deserve answers and compensation for your loss and medical expenses.
If you or a loved one is struggling with a traumatic brain injury such as anoxic brain damage it can be difficult to obtain the right medical treatment while fighting for the damages you deserve. The dedicated TBI lawyers at Tario & Associates, P.S. are here to ease your burden and fight for justice on the paintiff’s behalf through tough negotiations and a TBI lawsuit if necessary! Our expert traumatic brain injury attorneys handle each step of the pre-trial and trial process from interviewing and retaining expert witnesses, to filing the complaint and pre-trial litigation.
If you are looking for the most experienced practicing Bellingham traumatic brain injury lawyer, you have come to the right place. We offer FREE case evaluations, home and hospital visits and no attorney fees unless you recover damages. Contact us today!
Since 1979, the Bellingham brain injury lawyers at Tario & Associates, P.S. law firm have helped thousands of injured people in Bellingham and throughout Whatcom County and Skagit County fight for and win their brain injury lawsuits. Our Bellingham brain injury attorneys are experienced in handling Bellingham traumatic brain injury cases. We have connections with medical and accident experts who can provide needed information to help prove your case.
How do I know whether I should pursue a traumatic brain injury claim?
We believe your well being and the well being of your family and loved ones is more important than money or legal action. However, if you or a loved one is suffering from a traumatic brain injury, you should seek the opinion of a qualified head injury attorney to determine whether or not a personal injury claim should be brought.
Do I really need to hire an attorney or should I handle my own head injury claim?
To determine whether or not you have a viable head injury claim it is often necessary to hire an outside and independent medical expert to evaluate your case. Tario & Associates, P.S. has vast experience working with various independent and outside medical experts who may be retained in the investigation and evaluation of your claim. It is common for a lawyer to obtain a settlement five to twenty times the amount a person would receive by fighting on their own.
How much do I have to pay to pursue a claim?
There are no upfront costs or fees paid by our clients to pursue a traumatic brain injury claim as we provide representation on a contingency fee basis for personal injury cases. While you will not incur any attorney fees if you do not win your case, Washington State law requires clients to reimburse the law firm for out-of-pocket expenses. Our firm advances out-of-pocket costs for our malpractice clients and does not require our clients to pay any of these costs up front. When cases are concluded with a monetary recovery, our firm is repaid for the out-of-pocket costs we have advanced with a percentage of the settlement.
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If you or a loved one has a traumatic brain injury, you have enough to worry about. Let us give you peace of mind. Contact the experienced Washington traumatic brain injury law firm, Tario & Associates, P.S., today.