Florida Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys
Uplifting TBI Clients & Taking Down Insurers
Insurance companies are infamous for backing away whenever a client seeks damages for a traumatic brain injury or TBI. The required amount of compensation will often reach seven figures due to the extensive, permanent harm caused by brain damage, which is why insurers will look for ways to fight any such claim. The unfortunate end result is many people who need financial support due to a TBI do not get it.
Do not let an insurance company reject your claim unfairly and without a fight. Stand up for yourself by coming to Gunn Law Group, P.A. in Tampa, Florida. We have built our law firm to be specifically focused on catastrophic injury claims like brain injuries. In fact, we intentionally accept a limited number of cases at any given time to give us ample time to work on each one. Once we are representing you and your claim, we are committed to going above and beyond to win your claim.
To make things even simpler for you, we happily offer our services based on contingency fee agreements. You do not pay our attorney fees unless we win your case. We can also pay for expert witnesses, third party investigations, medical record collections, and more upfront, meaning you do not need to reach for your wallet once we are your legal representatives for your brain injury claim.
Severe Accidents & Incidents That Cause TBIs
What sort of accident caused your traumatic brain injury? No matter your answer, you can rest easier knowing that Gunn Law Group, P.A. can represent you. Using our decades of total legal experience and reputation for ferocity when facing insurance companies, we can confidently handle any TBI case.
Types of accidents that can cause a brain injury vary, such as:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Product defects
- Medical malpractice
Of course, knowing the cause of your TBI can help us pinpoint liability on the right parties. Our professional team is familiar with medical providers and experts like neurologists throughout the greater Tampa area. We can connect with them to get to the truth of your brain injury, including who caused it and what health complications it could cause in your life.
Symptoms of a Mild TBI
In medical terms, a mild traumatic brain injury is one that causes slight brain damage and subtle symptoms. Do not be mistaken by the term, though. Mild TBIs are still extremely dangerous, as they can worsen without proper care and precautions.
Further trouble arises if a mild TBI causes subtle symptoms that you might be tempted to ignore. If you have been in a serious accident recently and have been experiencing new health problems ever since, then they could be warning signs that you have an underlying brain injury.
Subtle yet serious symptoms of a brain injury include:
- Migraines or chronic headaches
- Spells of dizziness or nausea
- Tinnitus or balance issues
- Temporary vision loss
- Mood swings
- Depression or anxiety
- Insomnia or oversleeping
- Memory issues
After any accident, please see a doctor as soon as possible, even if you think you are relatively fine. An early diagnosis could catch the warning signs of a TBI and allow for early treatments that mitigate the extent of the harm done.
Seeing a doctor early will also improve the validity of your consequent brain injury claim. The more solid evidence you have your injuries, the stronger a claim our attorneys can build for you.
You deserve an award-winning team for your TBI claim. Choose Gunn Law Group, P.A. in Tampa, FL.
In a traumatic brain injury claim, you may seek compensation to pay for:
- Emergency medical attention
- Extended hospitalization
- Rehabilitative therapy
- Lost or reduced wages
- Emotional pain and suffering
When we accept a TBI claim, we carefully consider all possible damages that our client has already experienced and what might be experienced far into the future. The lifelong complications of a brain injury need to be assessed and evaluated as damages. For example, you become dependent on others for daily care for the rest of your life. Your compensation needs to factor in any associated costs, such as what it will probably cost to hire a personal caretaker for many, many years.
Throughout your case, you will be connected to your attorney and given updates as needed. We do not pass your case to assistants and interns. Any time you want, you can speak directly with your lawyer to put your mind at ease while we work diligently toward the most favorable outcome.