Our experienced personal injury and wrongful death attorneys have successfully handled many traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases. Members of our firm are actively involved in community causes that benefit people with TBI, including service on the board of the Brain Injury Association of Connecticut.
An estimated five million people in the United States are currently suffering disabilities due to head injuries. Silver Golub & Teitell LLP has the knowledge and resources to help people suffering from brain injuries and their families get full compensation for their injuries.
In one of the firm’s notable cases, a 34-year-old woman sustained permanent brain damage because an anesthesiologist failed to properly monitor her vital signs during the cesarean delivery of her first child. Silver Golub & Teitell successful settled the case for $16.7 million.
In another case, an eight-month-old baby suffered a skull fracture and brain damage when he was dropped down a flight of concrete stairs by an elderly woman who lost her footing on uneven and defective steps. Settlement of $2.75 million in this brain damaged baby case.
These verdicts and settlements for traumatic brain injury and acquired brain injury can cover the payment of medical bills, lost income, compensation for pain and suffering, the impact on life’s activities and all other damages from:
If you or a family member have suffering disabilities due to head injuries, please contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org or call one of our telephone numbers in the following towns to find out how we can help you:
More than half of these types of injuries are caused by the following
- Consumer products
- Automobile accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Trucking accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Violent criminal assaults in parking facilities or commercial establishments
- Lack of oxygen during childbirth
- Lack of oxygen from improper monitoring while under anesthesia
- Strokes brought on by medical negligence
- Fires and explosions
- Workplace accidents
Brain injuries are always serious. But while some of the effects are clear and substantial, other symptoms may be quite subtle. Our attorneys have a thorough understanding of the immediate and long-term consequences of serious brain injury.
Before accepting any injury case, we undertake a careful screening process. We accept only a select number of cases each year and provide each client we represent with the most thorough, professional representation possible. We put the full financial and legal resources of our firm behind each case we take.
In addition, we provide information, emotional support, and encouragement to our clients and their families, helping them find the resources and strength to move forward with their lives.