Brain Injury FAQ
Answers From Experienced North & South Carolina Lawyers
At Crumley Roberts, our promise is to care like family, listen to learn, and do what’s right. Part of that is educating our clients and the community regarding the serious consequences of negligence, and this includes brain injuries. We have included answers to several common questions about brain injuries, and we welcome you to call our offices at any time to discuss your concerns with a friendly professional.
What are some common causes of brain injuries?
A brain injury may be caused by any incident that involves a sudden impact. This may include falling from a height, being involved in a traffic collision, or participating in a contact sport. We deal with brain injury cases across North and South Carolina involving all types of auto accidents, workplace accidents, slip and fall accidents, construction accidents, bicycle accidents, motorcycle accidents, and truck accidents.
What is my brain injury claim worth?
Every case is different, and the value of your claim will vary depending on the severity of your injury and its impact on your life. This may include medical expenses, lost earnings, future medical care, future loss of earnings, emotional trauma, and more. Your lawyer will take all of these factors into account when determining the fair value of your claim.
What are the consequences of a brain injury?
A brain injury can cause a wide range of physical and psychological issues: personality changes, depression, mood swings, memory loss, difficulty concentrating, speech difficulties, headaches, seizures, and problems with motor skills.
When should I involve an attorney?
We typically recommend involving an attorney as soon as possible after an accident or injury. If you are unsure of whether you need legal counsel, you can always call our offices for a free consultation. We can talk to you about what occurred and can help you determine whether you want to seek an attorney’s help.
What will it cost for you to handle my brain injury case?
We work on a contingent fee basis, meaning you pay no legal fees unless we win your case. You will receive no bills for our services and will pay nothing unless we secure a settlement or award on your behalf.
We are Crumley Roberts. We take your concerns to heart and want to hear from you if you need help after an accident or injury. Feel free to call us at (866) 691-0607 for more information!