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Brain Injuries

Did You or a Loved One Suffer a Brain Injury?

Brain injuries are far too common, and they can happen in a wide variety of ways. Sadly, numerous brain injuries occur every year for reasons that could easily have been avoided. Such instances often involve someone else's carelessness or recklessness such as in accidents caused by driving while texting or by a doctor failing to properly monitor a patient's oxygen levels.

If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury or brain damage because of someone else's negligence, you have the legal right to compensation for all damages. The Finz firm in New York is here to help you do so. The firm's attorneys are highly experienced in personal injury cases and can help you pursue the money you need to cover lost wages, hospital bills, future surgeries, medical care, pain and suffering and other losses.

Experienced in a Wide Variety of Brain Injury Cases

While traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are caused by external trauma to the head, many brain injuries do not require an impact of any kind to cause severe damage. The attorneys at the Finz firm have the experience, knowledge and skill to effectively represent clients in a wide range of brain injury cases, including those caused by:

Call the Brain Injury Attorneys at the Finz Firm

If you or a family member has been the victim of a brain injury caused by someone else's wrongdoing, don't hesitate to contact Finz & Finz, P.C., toll free at  (855) TOP-FIRM to speak with our experienced lawyers today. You can also submit a Free Brain Injury Case Evaluation form online.

Related News for Brain Injuries

Importance of Age at Which Traumatic Brain Injury Occurs

May 18, 2017 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is always devastating for the individual who suffers the injury.  These injuries tend to affect a person’s moods, daily living skills, and ability to hold a job.  Relationships are drastically changed, as the person with the brain injury sometimes cannot manage the same responsibilities.

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Systemic Mis-evaluation of Traumatic Brain Injury

May 08, 2017 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

Determining the extent of a disability can be difficult.  Though there are a variety of tests, including physical, mental, emotional, and neurological benchmarks, figuring out the exact limitations for any particularly person is still an arduous process, particularly for the person being assessed.  Being put through a battery of assessments only to discover that your diagnosis does not fit your own perception of your abilities is extremely frustrating.

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Brain Injuries in Children Increase as a Result of Baby Stroller and Baby Carrier Accidents

August 18, 2016 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

Baby strollers and baby carriers make travelling with a child convenient for parents, grandparents, nannies and babysitters alike. There is cause for concern, however, as new information from a twenty-year study shows that head trauma and brain injuries in children are on the rise with accidents involving baby strollers and baby carriers. 

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Moving Forward with TBI

September 21, 2015 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

More than five million Americans have suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury.  For those whose injuries took place prior to their eighteenth birthday, there are a variety of services available in most states.  For those whose injuries occurred later in life, there are typically fewer options.

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Manhattan Law Firm Discusses Difficulty in Overcoming Head Injury

September 06, 2015 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is commonly associated with car accidents and ATV accidents.  The human brain is very vulnerable in the skull, and any powerful impact can cause a hemorrhage, concussion, or other form of brain damage.

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Brain Injuries: A Reason to Doubt

May 12, 2015 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

Whenever you are in a car accident or suffer a traumatic injury at the workplace, there are those who think you weren’t hurt badly enough, or who think you are faking it.  Unless you lose a limb or break your back, some people will doubt whether you were actually badly injured.  So many of the injuries that are caused by accidents don’t leave visible marks.

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Brain Injury: The Seen vs. The Unseen

October 08, 2014 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

We have all seen the physical devastation wrought by terrible accidents.  We have all seen people with horrible scars, people in wheelchairs, people racked by pain on an hourly basis.  We are all very familiar with these awful outcomes.  But all of these are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what can happen when a person suffers an injury, particularly a head injury.

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Traumatic Brain Injury: Keeping a Good Head on Your Shoulders

June 30, 2014 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

Most people who ride ATVs are aware of many of the dangers that accompany such a hobby.  Even so, there is one possibility that we do not always take into account.  It is normal to expect broken arms and legs, and even a small chance of death, but many people are unprepared for the possibility of traumatic brain injury, or TBI.

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Brain Injury and Head Trauma

December 16, 2013 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

Accidents of all kinds account for an enoumous number of brain injuries and head trauma annually.  Head injuries in any form are dangerous and potentially fatal, and fully devastating for all involved. Recovering from a brain injury could be next to impossible, as traumatic brain injuries still cause researchers and doctors to remain puzzled about certain operations involving the brain. 

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Traumatic Brain Injury: When it Happens to Someone You Love

July 12, 2013 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

The road to recovery is painstakingly long for those who are affected by a traumatic brain injury–whether it is the family of the victim who is suffering, or the victim himself.  So many times in the initial incident there is nothing to indicate that an injury occurred—until the victim starts to speak, walk or think. Take the case of two-year-old Tripp Halstead, who was injured while at a daycare center when a tree branch fell on his head. He had run over to the shade of the tree to cool off. Initial calls to the parents indicated he had an accident, but that it was nothing severe. Over time, however, and after the subsequent calls to the parents from the daycare center, this daycare injury proved evident that something was seriously wrong. Doctors determined that little Tripp needed immediate brain surgery where they removed part of his skull in order to access the part of this brain that was damaged from the falling tree limb.  The blunt trauma severely damaged his skull.

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What Happens After a Traumatic Brain Injury?

January 15, 2013 | Finz & Finz, P.C.

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) results from an internal injury to the brain caused by some sort of trauma when an object hits the head with significant force, or when someone is affected by an extreme sound such as an explosion.  It can be hard to predict or determine the aftermath of a traumatic brain injury, as the consequences can affect a person’s ability to talk, walk, hear or perform normal functions.  From all appearances someone could look as if he had a stroke, or could look fairly normal.  The person might think logically about some issues and very illogically on others.  For instance, numbers and mathematical equations can be recalled without flaw, while personal habits become a thing of the past as the person can’t remember how to eat or stand up.  Others may notice the person becoming more frustrated, lacking in concentration or finding the inability to express thoughts or feelings.

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