Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers in Sandusky
Fighting Fiercely When Every Penny Counts
Murray & Murray is proud to provide unwavering and compassionate legal representation to traumatic brain injury (TBI) claimants and plaintiffs in Sandusky, as well as their families. Insurance companies often put up a strong fight at the first mention of a brain injury because they know that the damages caused will likely be monumental. You should return with the same tenacity by allowing our TBI attorneys to represent you from the start of your claim to its conclusion.
Why should you choose Murray & Murray first?
- We have been in business since 1931.
- We can settle or litigate cases as needed.
- We are recognized by the Better Business Bureau.
- We connect you with a real attorney when you call us.
Learn more about our personalized approach to representation by calling (419) 664-3711.
Lasting Harm Caused by a Brain Injury
A traumatic brain injury may cause these physical health complications and more:
- Vision and hearing loss
- Speech impediments
- Seizure disorders
- Chronic fatigue
Mental health difficulties can also be caused by a TBI, such as:
- Social withdrawal
- Memory defects
- Inability to concentrate
- Attention-deficit disorder
- Anxiety and depression
- Mood swings
One of the greatest challenges you may have as a brain injury claimant is proving the extent of your personal injury and the hardships you have experienced. At Murray & Murray, we work closely with experts from various fields to create a clear picture of how your life has been impacted due to the TBI that was not your fault. It is our goal to thoroughly convince the responding insurance company that you deserve a sum of compensation that reaches their policy cap if possible. When they will not cooperate, we prepare our argument to be convincing to a judge or jury instead. Taking high stakes and complex cases to trial is a cornerstone of our law firm’s reputation and history of success.
Compensation That Considers Your Future
You likely have a large stack of damages from your traumatic brain injury already. Medical bills for hospitalization and surgeries can be steep, and missing work due to being hospitalized will only worsen your financial situation. You need and deserve compensation to help pay for all of these damages, but that is not all. The financial impact of your TBI will likely reach far into the future.
Rehabilitative therapies are commonly prescribed to brain injury survivors through routine sessions that help refocus muscle coordination, memory capabilities, mobility, and more. The total future costs of these treatments can eventually exceed the initial costs of medical care. You may also be unable to return to work in a full capacity ever again, reducing your earning capacity along with it. All of these future damages need to be carefully calculated into your claim to ensure you are given the appropriate amount of compensation, not just what looks correct based on what you have already experienced.
It is also important to remember noneconomic damages, too. TBI survivors must often deal with chronic pain flare-ups for the rest of their lives. The mental health difficulties you may experience can also cause a lifetime of emotional struggles and frustrations. The damages you seek for your undue pain and suffering must also factor in what you are likely to experience in the future to be fair and thorough.
Put Our Experience to Good Use
Our team of Sandusky traumatic brain injury attorneys has decades of collective legal experience, and our law firm was founded in 1931. When it comes to knowing how to investigate a difficult claim and calculate all current and future damages accurately, few others in Ohio can claim to have the skills we do. Whether you have suffered a TBI due to a recent accident or your baby was born with a brain injury due to a doctor’s mistake, you can trust us to provide focused, effective, and genuinely supportive legal counsel during such a difficult time.
Put powerful and respected legal professionals in your corner. Contact us today.