The Consequences of Brain Injuries
Brain injuries are wildly unpredictable and may leave victims with short-term memory loss, compromised cognitive function, and an inability to manage the demands of daily living.
In the most severe cases, brain injury victims require expensive full-time attendant care. This level of impairment may leave the individual without gainful employment and threaten their financial security. When the traumatic brain injury is caused by another's negligence or wrongful conduct, the victim may be entitled to compensation.
Our Hawaii brain injury lawyers at Bostwick & Peterson, LLP can explain your options if you or a family member suffered a TBI. We have the experience to fight for the compensation you deserve.
Recoverable damages in brain injury cases include:
- Hospital and medical bills
- Medical testing and rehabilitation / cognitive therapy
- Future medical expenses, including care and medications
- Lost income and future wages
- Pain and suffering
While your case may be worth a great deal in compensation, without effective representation you may have difficulty securing the full value of your case. In the face of medical bills, lost wages, and the emotional suffering caused to you and your family, you have every reason to do all you can to win the largest recovery possible.
Pursuing Justice & Compensation for Your Brain Injury
At Bostwick & Peterson LLP, we have represented many Hawaiians who have suffered from traumatic brain injuries, to a successful outcome for the victim and their family. Your lawsuit may be your only opportunity to recover damages for this injury and it important to start on your case as soon as possible.
We will work tirelessly to hold the responsible party accountable for your brain injury and demonstrate the devastating effects the injury will have on your life. We have won over $1 billion in damages for our clients and will work hard to help you recover a settlement that you deserve.
Contact us for a Free case evaluation. Our Hawaii brain injury attorneys serve victims across the Islands.