Representing Traumatic Brain Injury victims in MD
Killian Law Group has the experience to represent people who have suffered catastrophic injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs. If you or a loved one sustained a traumatic brain injury, you may be able to seek compensation for injuries and medical expenses.
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Traumatic Brain Injuries
Effective Personal Injury Attorneys
A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) may occur when the head and brain are impacted by a sudden force. Various types of accidents could lead to such an injury, including automobile collisions, slip and fall accidents, or even a defective product. Medical negligence may also cause TBI.
A Traumatic Brain Injury doesn’t just affect the victim, but their family as well. If you or a loved one sustained a traumatic brain injury, you may be able to seek compensation for injuries and medical expenses. You may be able to recover compensation for:
- Lost Wages
- Pain and Suffering
- Mental Anguish
- Mental Impairment
- Loss of Enjoyment of Life
- Past & Future Medical Expenses
- Permanent Disability
With the help of reliable legal counsel, you may have a better chance of achieving a beneficial resolution to your case. To learn more about your legal options, call Killian Law Group today to schedule a consultation.
Contact Killian Law Group online or call us at 443-600-5540 for your FREE personal injury consultation.
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