Albany Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys
Experienced New York TBI Lawyers
Handling Brain Injury Lawsuits in Albany and Across New York Since 1950
Few personal injury cases are as difficult to handle as traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases. Why? Because brain injuries are often highly debilitating, and because they are often subtle and difficult to detect, demonstrate and prove.
Traumatic brain injuries can result in chronic pain, headaches, cognitive deficits, changes in personality, reflex sympathy dystrophy, pain syndrome, difficulty in seeing and understanding, and difficulty in processing simple and complex information. These and other issues can result in victims' inability to maintain personal relationships, earn an income and provide for their families.
Complicating the severity of brain injury cases is the difficulty of conclusively demonstrating brain injury symptoms to negotiators and juries. For instance:
- How do you prove that your loved one's personality has changed?
- Can you prove that an accident victim's ability to perform tasks has diminished and that the victim isn't malingering?
- How do you prove that an injury victim has been and will be in long-term severe pain?
Opposing counsel will not sit idly by when you or your loved one pursue needed and deserved compensation. Instead, they will likely work with medical experts to prove that your symptoms are nonexistent or far less severe than you claim.
At the law firm of Friedman, Hirschen & Miller, LLP, we can bring 75 years of combined experience to the handling of your claim. We draw on our extensive legal knowledge and the testimony of respected experts to promote the rights of traumatic brain injury victims and to pursuing financial compensation. Our record includes hundreds of high-value resolutions, including dozens of seven-figure awards. For more information and to schedule a no-charge consultation, please contact our firm.
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. contact an Albany traumatic brain injury attorney at 518-480-2151.