Traumatic brain injury, or TBI, can be life-altering, resulting in extensive medical care and ongoing treatment. Additionally, many victims are unable to work again, depending on their job duties. With help from an experienced attorney, you can pursue financial compensation for your injuries and, if applicable, apply for Social Security Disability benefits.
The dedicated attorneys at the OEB Law, PLLC, can help. Our accomplished trial attorneys have more than 25 years of combined experience in spinal cord injuries. We are dedicated to helping with every aspect of your case, and our goal is to help obtain the most favorable legal and financial outcome possible to your situation.
Tennessee Traumatic Brain Injuries Lawyers
Common causes of TBI include car wrecks, motorcycle accidents, slip-and-falls and other traumatic falls. Types of brain injuries include:
- Open head injuries – when a portion of the skull is penetrated
- Deceleration trauma – brain injury without direct impact to the skull
- Hypoxia – a lack of enough oxygen to the brain
- Anoxia – a total lack of oxygen in the brain, resulting in instantaneous death
Our law firm works with hospitals and medical experts on your case to ensure you get the help you need. If you don’t have health insurance, we can also help you find a reputable provider.
One of our attorneys will meet with you to understand your situation and thoroughly review your medical records to start building your claim. Once treatment is complete, we will send a demand package to the insurance company on your behalf. From that point we will make every effort to obtain a favorable outcome through settlement negotiations. If that is not possible, we will be a strong advocate for you in the courtroom.
Contact Us For A Consultation
To talk to an experienced Knoxville brain injury lawyer about your case, call us at (865) 546-1111. Or, if you prefer, send us an email using our secure online form. Initial consultations are free. Appointments are available evenings and weekends upon requests, and we make home, hospital or workplace visits if needed.
We accept cases on a contingency basis. This means you do not pay unless we help you obtain fair and full financial compensation.