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Brain Injury Attorneys and Lawyers in Mississippi

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A brain injury from an accident can range from mild to severe and may impact someone for the rest of their life. Our attorneys can help if you sustained a brain injury due to an incident that resulted from another person’s negligence. Contact an experienced Mississippi lawyer at Richard Schwartz & Associates for a free consultation to learn about your rights.

Representing the Victims of Life-Altering Accidents

Brain trauma is one of the most debilitating injuries a person can sustain in an accident. The harm that results from a brain injury could potentially cause complications for months, years, or the rest of a victim’s life, and can impact every area of a victim’s mental ability.

The Mississippi brain injury lawyers of Richard Schwartz & Associates Injury Lawyers, P.A. are committed to supporting victims throughout the process of filing a claim. As the victim of another person’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and other financial and non-economic damages.

About Traumatic Brain Injuries

A traumatic brain injury involves trauma to the head area caused by falls, hits, or objects piercing the brain. Harm to the brain has the potential to alter cells and impact functionality.

A traumatic brain injury can range in damage from mild to severe. In cases of mild traumatic brain injury, the symptoms will typically resemble a standard concussion; Headaches, nausea, and fatigue are all common signs. More severe traumatic brain injuries can result in an escalation of standard signs as well as more serious symptoms such as loss of consciousness, seizures, and confusion.

Long-Term Effects of a Traumatic Brain Injury

With proper treatment, victims of traumatic brain injuries can recover and avoid sustaining any long-term health complications. However, victims who suffer from more severe brain injuries may suffer from the effects of that injury well after the initial symptoms subside. Severe brain injuries can leave victims with physical, cognitive, and emotional effects for months or years. In some cases, permanent damage can result. A brain injury victim may require medical support and assistance with tasks for an extended period of time following their injury.

Brain injury victims may also sustain damages related to limitations caused by their injury. For example, a brain injury victim may be unable to return to their former job following a traumatic brain injury, resulting in lost wages and non-economic pain and suffering damages caused by a loss of purpose and limited opportunities. Additionally, a person may require occupational training to learn new skills or relearn previously held knowledge. The damages caused by a traumatic brain injury are more extensive than the physical impact and medical costs, and have the potential to affect every part of a victim’s life.

Do I Need a Mississippi Brain Injury Lawyer?

Our attorneys can assist you if you sustained a brain injury due to an incident that resulted from another person’s negligence. Recovering from a brain injury often requires costly medical treatment including surgeries, medication, and the use of medical devices. In addition, many victims struggle with permanent limitations and the associated emotional and non-economic damages. It is our firm’s goal to recover compensation for people who’ve suffered because of the carelessness of others.

The Richard Schwartz & Associates legal team can represent you in cases of brain injuries caused by:

Contact Us for a Free Consultation

At Richard Schwartz & Associates, we understand the catastrophic effects that brain injury victims and their families face. We have represented victims in many different cases that have involved brain injuries and know the damages that can result from these incidents. 

It is our firm’s objective to compensate victims for those damages and provide extensive legal knowledge, tenacious representation, and dedicated support every step of the way.
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