Traumatic Brain Injury Cases Require Special Knowledge
A concussion is often more than a “bell ringer.” You may have suffered a mild, closed head injury or a devastating traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Today, science is learning more and more about the dangers of head injuries. And there are new advances in detecting it. For many TBI victims, a head injury is something many recover from; but for many, they may never recover, and coping with the “new normal” requires a firm that is experienced in head injury cases, working with the best medical treaters in our area, who understands what you have been going through. You may suffer memory loss, damage to vision, balance issues, headaches, depression, personality changes, irritability, loss of focus, or cognitive impairments. These may surface when you first sense a loss of reading ability or ability to comprehend, or even an inability to get along with your spouse or loved ones.
If this kind of dramatic setback has happened to you following an injury, or you have experienced these kinds of changes occurring in a loved one following an accident, Schefman & Associates, will fight right alongside you.
Recovering Compensation You Deserve
Founding attorney Bryan Schefman has 36 years of legal experience and the skills to help you. Mr. Schefman’s experience as a personal injury attorney, insurance company executive and general counsel can make a positive difference in your life. You need a dependable legal guide as you struggle to keep pace with lost income, medical bills, physical pain and suffering, and emotional trauma. This is especially true when you need counsel experienced in working in closed head and traumatic brain injury cases.
You will not only need the medical care to allow you to cope and recover, but also need an attorney who understands the nature of your injury and how it affects all aspects of your life. Mr. Schefman aggressively advocates for personal injury victims like you, as well as for medical providers who expect compensation for their assistance. He also is recognized by his peers, having been named to the Super Lawyers list in 2019.
Free Consultations, So Call Us
A serious head injury can happen in many ways such as in an automobile, a truck, a motorcycle, a bicycle or a pedestrian accident, or due to a fall in a hospital. Regardless of the circumstances leading to serious head injuries, you should not have to deal with the hardships alone.
At Schefman & Associates, in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, personal injury and medical provider clients are not charged unless we win their case. For a free initial consultation, contact us online or call 248-594-2600.