If you’ve been involved in any incidents listed below and you sustained head trauma, you may be able to pursue a personal injury case. Someone else may be liable for your losses, and you could recover compensation. We can help you if you were injured in any of the following accident types:
There are several other types of vehicle accidents that could have led to your traumatic brain injury (TBI). These include:
According to the same data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), unintentional falls are also a leading cause of traumatic brain injury-related death in the United States. As people age, the likelihood that they will experience an unintentional fall that results in some kind of serious injury increases, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that a fall was your fault.
There are many situations that can lead to an unintentional fall—and someone else may be liable for the accident. If you were in a public place, a government building, or a private business, the building may not be up to code. Perhaps you fell on a staircase where the steps weren’t of a uniform distance away from each other. Maybe there was a small hole in a wooden floor that you accidentally stepped into while walking. Maybe you slipped on some water when there was no “wet floor” sign in sight.
These are all examples of things that the business or public place is responsible for maintaining, and if you unintentionally fell as a result of any of these issues, then you may be able to collect financial compensation from the responsible party.