The brain is the control center of our bodies: it tells our limbs how to move and our mouths how to speak. It also controls things like emotion, mood and personality. After suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI), many people struggle with anger, depression and anxiety. In some cases, mood may be altered. These emotional and mental changes can take a toll on personal and family relationships.
At the Garza Law Firm PLLC, we understand the physical, emotional and financial damage that arise when an accident causes a TBI. From our office in Knoxville, our lawyers help head injury victims throughout eastern Tennessee get the medical benefits and compensation they need to treat their injuries, support their families and move forward with their lives.
Symptoms Of A Brain Injury
Motor vehicle accidents involving cars, trucks, motorcycles or bicycles, slip-and-falls and trip-and-falls, and construction accidents can all leave victims with serious head and brain injuries. However, unless severe, these brain injuries can go overlooked. Common symptoms of a brain injury include:
- Severe headache
- Light sensitivity
- Losing consciousness
- Memory loss
Representing Brain Injury Victims For Almost 10 Years
Brain injuries range in severity — some are relatively minor and heal completely, while others cause suffering for years. The most serious injuries may leave victims unable to perform even simple daily tasks, requiring around-the-clock nursing care.
No matter how severe your injury, our lawyers have the skills and experience necessary to maximize your compensation. Our attorneys thoroughly investigate the scene of your accident, interview witnesses and use a private investigator and accident reconstruction specialists if necessary. Insurance companies know we are ready for trial and often offer better settlements that make litigation unnecessary.
We Always Do What Is Best For You
Brain injuries often impact entire families. At the Garza Law Firm PLLC, we want to know how your injury has impacted your life. Once we understand your goals, we will develop the legal strategy that is right for you. Contact our Knoxville brain injury attorneys today at 865-329-6982 or 866-893-8413. Consultations are free, and cases are taken on a contingency basis — we won't charge you unless we get compensation for you.