Bleeding in your brain may be referred to as a brain hemorrhage which is an extremely serious condition. There are multiple forms of bleeding in your skull which could produce serious health problems. Brain bleeding is often caused by head injuries resulting from an accident due to somebody else’s negligent actions or failure to act.
If one or more identifiable parties are responsible for causing an accident where you or a loved one suffered a brain hemorrhage, then a Queen’s brain hemorrhage lawyer will help you obtain compensation.
Call Dansker & Aspromonte Associates today at (212) 732-2929 to find out how we will seek the best possible recovery for you or your loved one.
Brain Hemorrhages Can Be Life-Altering or Result in Death
Healthline explains that several forms of bleeding affecting the brain fall under the designation of intracranial hemorrhages. The four primary forms of bleeding in the brain and skull are:
- Subdural hematoma: which is the pooling of blood on your brain
- Epidural hematoma: which is a blood clot on the outer surface of your brain
- Intracerebral hemorrhage: or bleeding inside of your brain
- Subarachnoid hemorrhage: which refers to bleeding between your brain and the tissue encasing your brain
The symptoms that you may experience from a brain hemorrhage could vary depending on the specific nature of your condition and even result in death. The Mayo Clinic notes that symptoms of bleeding in your brain may include:
- Numbness or paralysis in certain body parts Loss of consciousness
- Experiencing seizures
- Losses or delays in cognitive function
- Changes in your mental function or personality
- Changes in your speech
- Persistent headaches
- A decline in your energy
If you or a loved one are experiencing one or more of these symptoms following an accident, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. If you are already aware that you or a loved one have bleeding in the brain due to an accident a lawyer can help you determine whether another party is responsible for your injuries and resulting damages
A Brain Hemorrhage May Be Caused by Trauma
The American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) notes that a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can cause multiple types of brain hemorrhage. It adds that the annual cost stemming from traumatic brain injuries is more than $76 billion. Your specific injury may come at a great personal and financial cost.
Some scenarios that may cause you to suffer a traumatic brain injury are:
- A motor vehicle collision
- A slip and fall accident
- A trip and fall accident
- A pedestrian or bicycle accident`
- An assault due to negligent security on a premises
- A medical error
You or your loved one may have suffered a brain hemorrhage under different circumstances—which might have been nonetheless caused by somebody else’s actions or failure to act. Whether you are certain or unsure about whether one or more people are to blame for injuries and brain hemorrhage affecting you or a loved one, speaking with a Queen’s brain hemorrhage lawyer and our team will be greatly helpful.
Call Dansker & Aspromonte Associates today at (212) 732-2929 to find out how our lawyers can assist you if you suffered a brain hemorrhage.
A Lawyer Will Seek Compensation for You or a Loved One
You may experience physical pain and suffering, financial, and other losses because of a brain hemorrhage, or you may have lost a loved one. You may be entitled to collect compensation for your own or your loved one’s injuries, pain and suffering, and economic losses. A lawyer will pursue your case in order to obtain the full compensation that you deserve.
Your lawyer will deal with the insurance representatives on your behalf to protect your rights and advocate for you, in order to obtain the compensation that you deserve.
Your legal team will file a lawsuit on your behalf in order to obtain the most compensation to which you are entitled. Dansker & Aspromonte has obtained over $450 Million for our clients. We will explain the process to you and fight for you.
Filing a Lawsuit to Obtain Fair Compensation
If you choose to pursue a lawsuit, then your lawyer’s goal will be singular—to obtain the most compensation for your brain hemorrhage-related injuries and related losses. Your lawyer will facilitate your lawsuit by:
- Identifying all of your losses
- Calculating the value of your losses
- Determining who is at fault for your accident and resulting brain hemorrhage—more than one party may be liable, and you may be able to collect compensation even if you or your loved one are partially to blame for the injury in question
- Handling all paperwork necessary to pursue your lawsuit
- Making in-person court appearances on your behalf or alongside you
- Negotiating a fair settlement l
- Taking your case to trial
You may be able to obtain the compensation that you deserve through a pre-trial settlement. However, if the responsible parties or their insurance representatives do not make a fair settlement offer you can proceed to trial to seek an award from a jury. At the completion of your trial a jury can make an award in your favor for:
- Your pain and suffering
- Your lost income
- Your hemorrhage-related medical costs
- Permanent disability
- Costs of rehabilitation for your injuries
- Caregiving costs
- Medication costs
- Losses stemming from the death of a loved one
You are entitled to collect compensation for any losses caused by the negligent act or the negligent failure to act by any person or entity that results in an accident causing brain hemorrhage or other TBI to you or your loved one.
Call Dansker & Aspromonte Associates Today
Dansker & Aspromonte Associates has over 35 years of experience handling injury claims. We have recovered over $450 million for our clients. Our team will protect your rights and seek the best possible outcome for you and your loved ones. We will represent you all the way through to the completion of your case so that you can focus on your recovery.
Call Dansker & Aspromonte today at (212) 732-2929 for a free consultation from our team of Queens brain hemorrhage lawyers.