Brain injuries can be devastating, impacting every aspect of your life. Often, these catastrophic injuries lead to long term disabilities that require ongoing medical treatment, rehabilitation, and possibly even daily care. Brain injuries can be mild in nature, such as a concussion which results in a full recovery after a few days or weeks. However, these injuries can also be extremely severe, making it difficult to perform ordinary daily tasks that were once routine.
If your brain injury was caused by the negligence of another, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your damages. Jim Miron has been fighting for the rights of brain injury victims in the Bridgeport area for more than 29 years. He understands the devastation these injuries cause to the victims and their families, and he is committed to helping you get through this difficult time in your life. Jim will work tirelessly to recover your compensation so you can focus your attention and energy on getting better.
You can learn about your legal rights and options by speaking with Jim in person. Please call 203.339.5991 today to schedule your complimentary consultation. We serve clients in Bridgeport, New Haven and the surrounding areas of Connecticut.
Brain Injuries are a Serious Problem
Traumatic brain injuries are a pervasive problem throughout the country. Consider the following statistics:
- 7 million head injuries occur each year in the United States
- 500,000 people receive hospital treatment for brain injuries each year
- 1 out of every 200 Americans is struggling with the impacts of a brain injury
- Men are twice as likely as females to suffer a brain injury
- Motor vehicle collisions cause approximately 50% of all brain injuries
- Over two-thirds of all car crashes result in a head injury
Causes of Brain Injuries
There are many potential causes of brain injuries, including:
- Car crashes
- Truck crashes
- Motorcycle crashes
- Construction accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Sports accidents
Sadly, many brain injuries could have been avoided if the negligent person who caused the accident had taken more care to watch out for the safety of others. Jim can help you hold the negligent party accountable so that you receive the compensation you deserve.
Brain Injury Symptoms
It is common for brain injury symptoms to take several days or even weeks to become apparent. Often, by the time you exhibit symptoms, your brain injury may have become much more severe, compromising your chances of a full recovery. Therefore, it is crucial that you get examined by your doctor immediately after suffering a blow to the head. Prompt treatment might mean the difference between making a full recovery and requiring a lifetime of daily care.
Brain injury symptoms vary depending on the severity of your injury and the region of the brain that was damaged. Common symptoms include:
- Loss of consciousness
- Loss of balance
- Slurred speech
- Mood swings
- Blurred vision
- Ringing in the ears
- Bad taste in the mouth
- Sensitivity to light or sound
- Loss of memory
- Difficulty concentrating
- Convulsions or seizures
- Sleeping more than normal
- Difficulty sleeping
Fighting for You
When facing serious health issues which often accompany a brain injury, it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side to ensure you receive the support and care you need. Jim has more than two and a half decades of experience handling these complicated cases. He will thoroughly investigate your accident in order to prove negligence.
When evaluating your damages, Jim will consider all aspects of your injury including:
- Current medical expenses
- Future medical treatment that may be needed
- The need for ongoing daily care and other rehabilitation costs
- Lost wages
- Loss of future earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of quality of life
His extensive experience handling brain injury cases enables him to accurately calculate the value of your damages so that your recovery reflects the true value of your loss.
Contact our Bridgeport Brain Injury Lawyer
Jim Miron proudly fights for justice for clients from all walks of life from Bridgeport, New Haven, Stamford, Waterbury and Danbury and their surrounding communities throughout Connecticut. In order to help people with limited financial resources going though a terrible ordeal Jim Miron takes these cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that unless your case reaches a successful outcome, you owe nothing.