Denver Brain Injury Attorneys

Traumatic brain injuries typically result in significant lifestyle changes for the injured victim and family. Physical, cognitive, social and vocational changes are common, and recovery can be a lifelong process of adjustments and accommodations.

Appropriate treatment of a brain injury may be complicated and expensive, involving diagnostic testing, drugs, surgery and rehabilitation. Securing proper medical care alone can be a full-time pursuit for an injured individual or family members. If the traumatic brain injury resulted from another's negligence, that person or entity may be liable for the resulting expenses. Contact Chalat Law today to work with experts who understand the details, costs, and impact of such traumatic injuries.


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How Can Chalat Law Help?

Chalat Law features an experienced and knowledgeable team of attorneys that have dealt with a wide variety of traumatic brain injury lawsuits. We approach every client with a personalized process tailored to the needs of each individual. Our attorneys recognize that no two cases are the same, and therefore, dedicate the time and attention in order to reach the best possible outcome for our clients. At Chalat Law, you’re not a case number, you’re a human being.

What Is A Traumatic Brain Injury?

Every year in America, 2.2 million people suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI), resulting in over 50,000 fatalities and 280,000 hospitalizations. About half of those hospitalized have long-term impairment that affects their ability to perform everyday activities. TBI can result when the head suddenly and violently hits an object, or when an object penetrates the skull and destroys brain tissue. Serious brain injuries can result from falls, car accidents, sports activities and work-related accidents.

Trauma to the head can cause the brain to bruise, bleed, tear or swell. There are two general types of head injuries: open and closed. An open injury results when the skull has been fractured, and usually results when the head comes in direct contact with a hard surface or object. A closed head injury does not involve a fracture but can be more serious than an open injury due to the possibility of brain swelling and the formation of dangerous blood clots inside the skull. Whether a brain injury is open or closed, the most serious injuries can cause brain damage, paralysis, loss of consciousness or even death.

With a long road ahead, you will need a personal injury attorney that can fight for you and ensure you are well taken care of in order to focus on your own recovery. Lawsuits dealing with traumatic brain injuries can be complex and require significant resources and expertise. 

What To Expect From A Traumatic Brain Injury Lawsuit

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that at least 5.3 million Americans have a long-term or lifelong need for help to perform activities of daily living because of a traumatic brain injury. According to one study, about 40% of those hospitalized with a traumatic brain injury had at least one unmet need for services one year after their injury. Families of a TBI victim constantly shoulder the burden of providing adequate care and resources for the injured person.

Why Choose Chalat Law?

Chalat Law is an intentionally small-sized firm. We believe in being able to dedicate time to our clients and devote the right level of attention to listen to their concerns and questions. As catastrophic accident attorneys that have been serving the Denver community for 30 years, we are proud to help our fellow neighbors navigate the confusing nature of car accident law. 

We will help ensure that you are taken care of, following your accident. Contact us today to discuss the prospects regarding your potential case. 

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