Traumatic Brain Injury

Columbia Brain Injury Lawyer

Monetary Damages for Traumatic Brain Injuries

Many different types of accidents can cause brain injuries, including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip and fall and construction accidents. Brain damage can also be caused by a birth injury and other types of medical malpractice. A traumatic brain injury can affect a person's motor functions, thought process and emotions. Severe cases can also result in coma and death. If you or a loved one suffered a brain injury in an accident caused by someone's negligent or careless actions, contact a Columbia personal injury attorney from The Sumner Law Group to discuss your case. We are a skilled personal injury firm that has helped clients with catastrophic injuries prepare, file and settle injury claims. When seeking compensation, representation by a seasoned lawyer can make a difference in the outcome of your claim and is strongly recommended. Our firm will meticulously review your accident, and can give you valuable counsel regarding the compensation you can expect to receive for:

  • Hospitalization
  • Medical care
  • Lost income
  • Pain, suffering and emotional trauma
  • Home care
  • Rehabilitation

Attorney Brent Sumner is a dedicated personal injury lawyer that will provide uncompromising advocacy for any monetary damages you are due. He is a member of the American Bar Association, Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, The Missouri Bar and Illinois State Bar Association.

Brain Injury Attorney in Columbia

Establishing fault in a brain injury case is extremely important when seeking damages. If necessary, our firm will use independent investigators and experts to ensure your claim is fully documented and supported. We will also be prepared to take the case to court if a sufficient settlement cannot be achieved through the at-fault party's insurance company.

Contact a Columbia brain injury lawyer for sound legal counsel if you or a loved one suffered a brain injury in an accident.

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