Head Injuries

Head Injuries Lawyer


Our Personal injury lawyer discuss the types of head injuries, their causes and what you should do if you have been injured. You may be entitled to compensation, call our firm today

A head injury may be defined as some type of physical trauma to or affecting the head. The brain may or may not be injured. The scalp, skull and face may also sustain injuries. Depending on its location and severity, a head injury may result in a loss of consciousness, concussion, coma, brain damage, skull fracture or hematoma. If the injury is severe enough, the victim may be at risk of losing his or her life.

If someone you know falls and hits their head or is struck in the head, there are certain things you should not do. Do not move them unless absolutely necessary. Do not remove the victim’s helmet (if he/she was wearing one), do not shake the person if they seem dazed or confused. Do not remove an object that may be protruding from the wound. Do not clean the wound if it is deep or bleeding excessively. Call 911 if the injury seems serious.

Taking legal action immediately after a serious injury may not be the first thing on your mind. However, you may soon find yourself overwhelmed with medical bills and financial problems caused by lost income from missed work. In dealing with your insurance company or the insurance provider of the party that caused your injuries, you may find that you are offered an unfair settlement or that payment is delayed or even denied. An attorney can act as your advocate, protecting your right to compensation and filing a claim or lawsuit on your behalf in order to seek a fair settlement or award. Recovering maximum financial compensation cannot turn back the clock and prevent your injuries from occurring in the first place, but it can help you begin to rebuild your life and work toward a brighter future.

Our Head Injuries Lawyers at Law Offices of Michael A. Rabban help you.

Why You Need A Personal Injury Lawyer?

Suffering an injury because of someone elses negligent actions can be devastating to every area of your life. Not only can injuries leave you temporarily or permanently disabled and unable to return to work, but they can also drastically affect your personal relationships and finances. Fortunately, you can take action and fight to recover financial compensation by filing a personal injury lawsuit against the negligent party. Personal injury cases cover a wide range of accidents ranging from car wrecks to medical malpractice and even faulty products. That is why you need a skilled legal representative on your side to help you through these trying times.

Contact us today by calling (818) 272-8882 to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation.