Brain Injuries in Car Accidents

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Statistically speaking, most people will be in a car accident at some time in their lives. With over 5 million traffic accidents occurring in the country each year, and roughly 250 million drivers, the odds of any given person being involved in one are very high. The good news is, the vast majority of these car accidents only result in relatively minor property damage, with no injuries. In fact, most people, although they will be involved in at least one car crash, will never suffer a major injury in one. Unfortunately, because some accidents occur at high speed, and with cars traveling in different directions, the forces involved do sometimes result in catastrophic injuries.

Have you or a loved one been seriously injured in a car accident in Northern Colorado? Speak with an experienced Greeley auto accident attorney today to discuss your options.

One of the injuries that often occurs in auto accidents is traumatic brain injury. Traumatic brain injury occurs when the brain makes contact with the skull, resulting in bruising or bleeding in the brain. Because the brain is a sensitive organ that, frankly, doctors don’t fully understand, these injuries often result in the need for medical care extending months or even years into the future. This medical care can become extremely expensive, far exceeding the limits of car insurance policies. In these cases, the injured person may be entitled to recover compensation for these medical bills.

Contact a dedicated Fort Collins personal injury lawyer today to discuss your options if you have suffered traumatic brain injury because of the careless or negligent driving of another person. No one should have to suffer financial hardship on top of physical injury and emotional pain because of some else’s negligence. Many Denver brain injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, so that you pay a fee only after they successfully recover financial compensation for you. In addition, they generally offer FREE CONSULTATIONS so that there is no risk in speaking with someone to try to decide if you have a valid personal injury claim. For more information contact a dedicated Denver brain injury lawyer today.

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