New York Lawyers Fighting on Your Behalf After a Traumatic Brain Injury
At Kammholz Rossi PLLC – Personal Injury Lawyers, we promise to put our core values of integrity, creativity, personal service and excellence to work for you. We promise to work hard to get you the compensation you need. As we work to get you that compensation, we are going to ask one promise of you. We are going to ask that you focus on yourself. We want you to keep getting better, to keep healing for your sake and the sake of your family.
Our lawyers have decades of experience handling traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases in New York. We know how serious these injuries can be. We know that even what the doctors label as mild traumatic brain injuries (MTBI) are often life-changing. Our team is here to help.
Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries
Many mild traumatic brain injuries are not properly diagnosed at first. This is unfortunate, but not surprising. Victims themselves often do not notice the symptoms. Often it is a spouse, a parent, a child or another loved one who notices the memory loss, the changes in personality and the other problems attributed to these injuries.
We strive to get you the treatment you need, while working hard to get you compensation for that treatment and to cover other costs associated with the so-called mild brain injury.
Severe Traumatic Brain Injuries
Victims of severe brain injuries will typically require a lifetime of medical care. They may need adjustments to their homes and to their vehicles, if they retain the ability to drive. All of this is expensive. Our lawyers work carefully with life care planners to determine just what sort of care is going to be necessary. We work with economists to determine how much that care is going to cost. Then we fight to get you all of the compensation you need.
Free Consultation with An Experienced Rochester Attorney
No Fee Unless We Succeed
Call 585-678-4500 or send us an email to schedule a free consultation with an experienced Rochester brain injury attorney. We handle cases on a contingency basis, so you pay no attorneys fees unless we are successful in getting you compensation.