Traumatic brain injury cases involve both complex medical issues and intense legal challenges. The attorney's client is experiencing perhaps the most challenging time of their life. Family members must become caretakers. People lose the ability to engage in activities that once brought them peace and joy.

At the central Florida law offices of VanNess & VanNess, P.A., our lawyers understand this. We work diligently to help clients and their families achieve the best possible results and move forward after a brain injury.

About Traumatic Brain Injuries

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when a sudden trauma — like a car crash or a motorcycle accident — causes damage to the brain. Traumatic brain injuries can occur when the head suddenly hits an object or when an object pierces the skull and enters the brain tissue.

The symptoms of a traumatic brain injury depend on the type and degree of injury to the brain, and range from mild to severe. TBI symptoms range from the common, including trouble with memory and lack of concentration, to more serious conditions such as convulsions, seizures and an inability to awaken from sleep (coma).

Handling Serious Personal Injury Cases

Serious personal injury cases require the participation of numerous experts. The knowledge and credentials of the experts who testify in support of your claim can make or break your case. This is where our firm has an advantage. As an established law firm with a long history in Citrus County we have developed strong relationships with highly-regarded medical providers, life-care planners, and vocational experts and economists who aid us in assessing the full extent of damages and building winning cases for our clients.

In complex personal injury cases, it is critical to work with a law firm that has the resources to incorporate expert testimony into your case, conduct an in-depth review of medical records and manage all of the complex evidence involved. VanNess & VanNess, P.A., has these resources. Over the years, we have established a reputation for success in central Florida personal injury cases.

If you have been injured, you and your loved ones may be able to seek compensation for more than just the costs of medical care, continuing caretaking and lost income. You may also be able to bring a separate consortium claim on behalf of a spouse who also suffers injuries and loss as a result of the accident.

At VanNess & VanNess, P.A., we focus on supporting injured people and their families. If someone you love has experienced a traumatic brain injury, we care and we want to help. Call us toll free at 866-697-6221 or complete our convenient online contact form.