Dutchess County Brain Injury Attorney

Many accidents in Dutchess County, Beacon and Poughkeepsie, New York cause catastrophic injuries to victims. A catastrophic injury is one that will affect the victim for the foreseeable future. An example of a catastrophic injury is a brain injury. Many accidents can cause brain injuries, with the most common being motor vehicle collisions, falls, falling objects, sports, and acts of violence. If you or someone you love has a been injured because of somebody else’s negligence, contact the attorneys at Fiedler Deutsch, LLP to request a free consultation. We are here to help you and your family recover fair compensation.

Why Clients Choose Fiedler Deutsch, LLP’s Brain Injury Lawyers

What Can We Do to Help You?

The right personal injury attorney can transform your brain injury case. With help from a lawyer, you can understand and fully protect your rights. A lawyer will handle the difficult and confusing elements of your case, such as identifying the correct parties and filing your legal paperwork by New York’s deadline. Our lawyers at Fiedler Deutsch, LLP will improve the strength of your case through:

Hiring an attorney shows the defendant’s insurance company you will not take no for an answer. Your lawyer will not allow you to accept a lowball settlement offer or hurt your chances of recovering by making common mistakes. Your lawyer will aggressively negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf for maximum financial compensation.

What Is a Brain Injury? What Are Common Brain Injury Symptoms?

A brain injury describes damage to part of the brain that is severe enough to give the victim noticeable symptoms. Some brain injuries cause acute, or short-term symptoms, while others cause long-term or permanent (chronic) symptoms. The effects of a brain damage can depend on the type of injury, part of the brain injured, age of the patient and many other factors.

Common effects include:

A severe and traumatic brain injury, such as a penetrating injury or major concussion, could cause swelling or bleeding in the brain. This could lead to permanent brain cell damage and lasting symptoms, such as difficulty communicating, eating or problem-solving. Someone with a permanent injury may experience lifelong motor function challenges as well.

Compensation for a Brain Injury in Dutchess County, New York

Most causes of brain injuries in Dutchess County are preventable. They involve someone’s negligence, recklessness, or failure to act with a reasonable degree of care. In these cases, the patient with a brain injury will have the right to pursue compensation from the person at fault for the injury. While compensation cannot reverse the serious symptoms connected to this type of injury, it could allow a patient to move forward with a sense of justice and financial stability. A successful claim could pay for a lifetime of your medical care, lost wages and earning capacity, a permanent disability, live-in care for a loved one, physical pain, mental anguish, lost quality of life, and more.

Contact Our Dutchess County Lawyers for Free Today

The Dutchess County brain injury lawyers at Fiedler Deutsch, LLP care about people in their community and stand up for the rights of those severely injured by someone else’s negligence. If you or a family member has a brain injury from any type of accident in Beacon or Poughkeepsie or elsewhere in Dutchess County, contact us to schedule a free consultation. We are here for you.