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Brain And Spinal Cord Injuries

Financial Compensation for Spinal Cord and Brain Injuries

If you have suffered a spinal cord or brain injury in a auto accident, motorcycle accident, pedestrian accident, bicycle accident, or truck accident, you are likely dealing with many difficult and painful consequences.

Brain And Spinal Cord Injuries

Assessing Your Damages

Spinal cord and brain injuries are highly complex and difficult cases. Whether you obtain a settlement agreement or need to pursue a jury verdict for compensation for your injuries, a great deal will hinge on an accurate description of your present and likely future costs and expenses, and other damages incurred as a result of your injuries.

Many spinal cord and brain injuries have a permanent disabling impact. When it comes to these injuries, it is particularly important to get an accurate, credible representation of your future damages, such as:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Life care planning costs
  • Disability accommodations, such as ramps and safety alarms
  • Pain and suffering

Retaining Credible Experts

In litigation, and in preparation for possible litigation, it is highly advisable to involve experts who can testify to issues that are not within the normal understanding of the average person. The use of experts with cutting-edge knowledge is particularly important in presenting evidence of spinal cord and brain injuries. We routinely work with experts such as medical doctors and economists when our clients need accurate, well-explained expert testimony.

Mueller Law Group has the extensive knowledge and experience that is needed to build a strong, comprehensive case for the full extent of compensation in serious traumatic injury cases. If you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord or brain injury, or any other severe injury from trauma, we immediately begin taking the necessary steps to obtain full compensation for you while maintaining a focus on your medical and personal needs.