Brain Injuries Are Serious

When you or a loved one has a traumatic brain injury (TBI), your life can be changed for years, maybe forever. Brain injuries are extremely serious. The long-term effects may be much worse than the immediate ones. Getting the right compensation for your injury may be the difference between a lifetime of struggling and thriving.

Our firm has more than 30 years of experience helping families get appropriate compensation for injuries, including serious brain injuries. We can help you, too. Our lawyers are highly qualified and can help you regain your independence.

How Does A Brain Injury Affect Your Health?

Your brain is very complicated. Even what seems like a little injury can change the way it works and leave you changed. Accurate diagnosis and a good doctor are the best ways to protect yourself from further harm. Brain injuries can cause you:

  • Headaches and dizziness
  • Light and sound sensitivities
  • Mood swings, irritability and depression
  • Inability to focus or other cognitive damage

A TBI can force you to quit working. Without that income, your life will again be changed forever. An inability to work can cripple your ability to be self-sufficient. Social Security Disability Insurance and a workers' compensation settlement can stop you from finding yourself below water. Get the money you need to survive.

You Need An Attorney

Many people file their workers' compensation claim on their own. This is a mistake.

Without an attorney, you are in a much weaker position. Insurance companies undervalue your injuries and financial needs. A good lawyer can make sure your injury, medical needs and compensation are evaluated correctly. Our time working in the Torrance area and helping families like yours means we know what to do and how to make sure you get the care you need.

To speak with an attorney from Ozurovich, Schwartz & Brown, you can call our offices. Our main phone number is 310-803-9205, and you can also set up your free consultation online.

You only have a year from the date of your injury to file for workers' compensation. Do not wait. Se habla español.