Traumatic brain injuries occur when an external force causes injury to the brain.  Such injuries can cause a host of physical, mental, psychological, or behavioral impairments, as well as permanent disabilities, seizures, or death. 


Traumatic brain injuries often arise from car accidents, trip and falls, construction accidents, medical malpractice, hospital negligence, concussions, or any other event that might result in a blow to the head.


CDC records indicate that as many as 1.7 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury every year. Traumatic brain injuries are a contributing factor to 30% of all injury related deaths in the United States.

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The consequences of a traumatic brain injury can be dire.  Often, the symptoms do not take effect immediately, but rather present months or even years later. 

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Many traumatic brain injuries require long term care and the costs associated with this care can be crippling.  Most traumatic brain injuries are terrible not only for the injured person, but also for his or her friends and family, who suffer from the frequent emotional and personality changes just as much.  The costs of treating these injuries, as well as the emotional costs of living day-to-day with the symptoms, should be carried by those who are responsible.  It is only fair.  It is therefore important to meet with a lawyer who can review your situation to determine if you and your family should fairly receive compensation for the injury.

At the law office of Manuel Moses, Esq., I work with doctors who are also medical malpractice lawyers, we do the cases together, and we are prepared to review your medical files for negligence.  You may contact Manuel Moses for a free consultation 212-736-2624, extension 11

Disclaimer: Nothing on this page constitutes formal legal advice and you are strongly urged to consult a lawyer about your injury and potential law suit