Champaign Brain Injury Attorney
Have You or a Loved One Suffered a Brain Injury?
A brain injury can change your life. It can result from a catastrophic accident such as a serious car or truck wreck. Or it can arise after a seemingly minor concussion. Some people are severely disabled as an immediate result of a brain injury, while others show more subtle signs that may affect their ability to work or live as they did before.
Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers
At the Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, law firm of Frederick & Hagle, we advocate for people whose lives have been forever changed by a brain injury. We help people obtain the resources they need and deserve after an auto collision, semi-truck accident or serious on-the-job accident. Our attorneys have been practicing personal injury law since 1975. In the years since, we have helped thousands of clients get the compensation they need to adjust to their new lives.
How Our Lawyers Can Help
Proving a brain injury, especially one that has few obvious symptoms, can be difficult. Our attorneys have completed seminars and workshops that focus on the physical and legal impact of brain injuries. An attorney who is seeking compensation for a brain injury client must be able to demonstrate the cause and consequences of the injury.
In addition to using their own knowledge of brain injuries, our lawyers consult with neurologists, neuropsychiatrists and other medical specialists to document the nature and impact of a brain injury. We also work with economists, vocational specialists, rehabilitation experts and life-care planners to help clients identify the level of support they will need to live the best life possible after a brain injury.
Causes of Brain Injuries
Any accident that causes an impact to the head can cause a brain injury. Our cases have involved people injured because of slip and falls, car accidents, construction accidents and accidents on the job.
Advice to Clients
Seek medical attention if you suffered a blow to the head and experience symptoms such as:
- Short-term memory loss
- Changes in mood or demeanor
You may have sustained a brain injury. Our attorneys can advise you how to proceed.
Contact an Attorney
If you suffered a brain injury or a loved one was severely disabled because of a brain injury, contact Frederick & Hagle to schedule a free initial consultation. Call us toll free at 1-800-642-1227 for an appointment. You pay no attorney’s fee unless we recover compensation for you.