We Have Extensive Experience With Brain Injury Lawsuits
The devastation of a serious brain injury can happen without a moment’s notice. Riding a motorcycle, playing sports, walking on a city street — even just working can put you in a situation where you could sustain a life-changing head injury.
If your brain injury was caused by someone’s negligence or wrongful conduct, you have the right to seek full and fair compensation for damages, including both immediate and long-term medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, care costs, necessary modifications to your home or car, physical and occupational therapy, lost income and earning capacity, as well as the permanent impact your accident can have on your family, loss of quality of life, and your pain and suffering.
The attorneys at Klein & Carney Co., LLC, have more than 71 years of experience helping people suffering from brain injuries seek the compensation they will need to move forward. We are committed to providing the personal service and compassionate, professional service every client deserves.
The Lawyer You Hire Is The Lawyer You Work With
Attorney Larry Klein or Chris Carney will meet with you one-on-one to discuss your concerns. If we take your case, the attorney who meets with you will handle everything about your claim from beginning to end. We will stay in personal contact with you as your case develops.
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are commonly caused by falls from heights, diving accidents, falling items and assaults. Motorcycle, truck and car accidents cause a significant number of brain trauma cases every year, and others result from mistakes by medical professionals.
After a brain injury, life can change drastically. You or your loved one may experience debilitating headaches, memory problems, trouble concentrating and even personality changes.
Depending on the cause of the brain injury, how quickly proper treatment was provided and a number of other factors, you could lose many abilities you once had. You may not be able to work full time or handle the responsibilities of your job.
If there is any delay in treatment, the level of trauma to the brain can increase. If you or your loved one received substandard care after a brain injury, you may consider filing a medical malpractice claim.
Experienced Cleveland Attorneys Handling Brain Injury Cases
Call us at 216-502-3947, or contact us online for a free initial consultation and effective representation. We will be glad to meet with you in person or on the phone to discuss your case. An attorney is available to speak with you any time day or night.