Helping Brain And Head Injury Victims With Their Recoveries

Did you bump your head after a fall on private or public property? Are you noticing a reduced ability to focus at work after a car accident? Were you hit by a falling object on a job site?

In the blink of an eye, your life or the life of a loved one can change forever. A motor vehicle crash, workplace injury, or slip and fall at the grocery store can cause a head or brain injury. If someone else caused your accident, that person — or business — may be responsible to compensate you for your losses, including:

  • Medical expenses
  • Loss of wages due to missed work
  • Pain and suffering
  • Future medical treatment and lost earnings

At the Dallas law firm of Cortez Law Firm, PLLC, our skilled attorneys have years of experience helping accident victims recover what they have lost. One of our lawyers is a former Texas district court judge, so we know how to consider the evidence of your personal injury case from both sides of the bench. We use this knowledge to your advantage.

Common Signs Of Brain Damage

A bump to the head or any loss of consciousness, even if only for a few seconds, requires a trip to the emergency room. You may have suffered a concussion or a traumatic brain injury (TBI) without knowing it.

If you or a loved one was in an accident, no matter how minor, watch for these symptoms as they may indicate an injury to the brain:

  • Confusion or disorientation
  • Dizziness or balance issues
  • Headache, vomiting or nausea
  • Memory loss or forgetfulness
  • Blurred vision, slurred speech or ringing in ears
  • Sensitivity to sounds or light
  • Drowsiness, trouble sleeping or sleeping more than usual
  • Mood swings or unexplained anger or sadness

Schedule an Initial Consultation ~ Call Us Today

If you have suffered a head injury due to another’s negligence, let us explain your options for your financial recovery. Call us at 214-380-4030 or send us an email to schedule your initial consultation. We handle all personal injury claims on a contingency basis, which means you pay no attorney fees unless you win.