Brain Injury

We Protect Victims of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) cases can be mild, moderate or severe.  In mild cases, they may affect people in ways that only a few friends and family members can discern.  Sometimes you can even suffer a traumatic brain injury without losing consciousness.

If you feel that you have suffered from a mild TBI or if you lost consciousness during an accident, and now have problems with headaches, memory loss, or concentration, then you may have serious injuries which require a medical workup.

If you have suffered from what some may classify as a mild traumatic brain injury, it can be very disabling and affect you for the rest of your life.  In litigating mild TBI cases, it is very important that you see the proper neuro-psychologist and have the proper imaging done by a neuro-radiologist.

These cases must be explored to their full capacity.  If you or a loved one has been injured and you believe that the injury has resulted in a mild traumatic brain injury, as explained above, please call Peter Goldstein, a personal injury attorney specializing in traumatic brain injuries.

Call Peter Goldstein, your personal injury attorney, today for a FREE consultation at (702) 474-6400.