Sometimes head and brain injuries are immediate and obvious. Many others are missed or incorrectly diagnosed by emergency room staff or company doctors, only to surface with serious problems later on. Our successful experience in head and brain injury cases has allowed us incredible knowledge and understanding of what it takes to pursue a successful claim.
Head and brain injuries can occur after trip, slips, falls, hits to the head, and numerous other reasons. The complexity of the brain in its abilities and functionality requires medical experts to take incredible care and caution when examining for injuries. Head and brain injuries along with physiological problems can occur well after accidents in the work place. With conditions ranging from edema or hematoma to a concussion or other traumatic brain injury resulting in coma, symptoms that manifest later on may include:
In August 2007, after a Supply Ship Captain was viciously attacked by an unruly and inadequate crew off the coast of Africa, a major U.S. shipping company refused to honor its responsibilities to its employee who was suffering back, neck, head, and psychological problems as a result of the attack. Through great preparation and trial performance we were able to recover much greater compensation for our client than any offer from his company. (Roberts v. Rigdon Marine ). If you have a qualified claim, we will fight for recovery against large companies.
If you or a family member suffered an obvious head & brain injuries or believe undiagnosed brain damages exist, please consult with one our serious injury attorneys. We will lay out what it takes to make a successful claim and guide you through the process. Our team can make complicated legal matters easily understand and answer your concerns. After a head or brain injury our first goal for you will be obtaining an accurate diagnosis from a qualified medical professional or neurosurgeon. To put the legal skill and aggressive determination to work for you, please contact Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers today.
Other common maritime injuries include: