Albany Occipital Lobe Brain Injury Law Firm
Brain Injury Lawyers and Loss of Sight Attorneys in New York
Albany Lawyers Providing Legal Assistance Following Catastrophic Injuries Since 1950
Have you or a loved one experienced a brain injury involving the occipital lobe? Occipital lobe injuries are highly serious because they often affect what is, for most people, our most dear sense — our ability to see. Specifically, occipital lobe injuries:
- Hamper the ability to convert neural impulses into images
- Can make it difficult to locate objects, even if they are in normal visual range
- Can affect the ability to identify colors and to read and write
- Can cause hallucination
- Can bring about total blindness
Because occipital lobe injuries are so serious, survivors of these injuries can experience a significant lessening of their quality of life and can lose most or all earning capacity. If you need help following an occipital lobe injury or any other type of brain injury, please contact the law firm of Friedman, Hirschen & Miller, LLP.
We are experienced in obtaining high-value compensation for occipital lobe injury victims by addressing a key challenge: victims suffer severe challenges yet physical tests and read outs indicate no brain damage.
We work with neuro-psychologists to establish clients' "before and after" abilities. By documenting current challenges and trauma by comparing them to the patient's previous abilities and states, we have recovered numerous seven-figure awards following head injuries.
For more information regarding our firm and our track record of success in handling brain injury cases, please browse our cases and verdicts page or contact our office to schedule a no-charge consultation.
We accept cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that we only collect an attorney's fee if we recover damages for you. We also offer free consultations, so there is nothing to lose by talking with an experienced lawyer about your accident. There is a lot to lose by doing nothing.
Contact Friedman, Hirschen & Miller, LLP, and learn more about how we can help you down the path to recovery. We are located in the Great Oaks Office Park at the end of the Northway. Call us at 518-480-2151.