Head Injuries

Head and brain injuries can be devastating — our North Carolina accident attorneys are here for you

Did you or a loved one sustain a serious head injury? Head injuries can affect every aspect of your life. Too much can be at stake to pursue an insurance claim without an experienced and aggressive lawyer. Choose a law firm that has a history of fighting for its clients. Call 1-866-900-7078 or email the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin to arrange a free case evaluation. You may be entitled to compensation for a variety of damages.

How a North Carolina injury lawyer may be able to help

Dealing with the emotional, physical and financial toll of a head injury can be overwhelming. As an accident victim, you have enough to worry about. Our attorneys may be able to handle many aspects of your case for you, helping you to get the compensation to which you may be entitled. This allows you to better focus on the important task of healing.

The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin has helped more than 20,000 injured North Carolinians. Several of the attorneys in the Personal Injury Department have at least 15 years of experience or more. Call now for a free case review and conversation about your potential claim.

What is traumatic brain injury (TBI)?

According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, half of all traumatic brain injury victims received their injuries in automobile accidents.

Traumatic brain injury occurs when a person suffers a sudden, violent blow to the head which causes some degree of brain injury or damage. In motor vehicle accidents — including cars, trucks and other commercial vehicles — that violent blow can occur when a person's head hits a solid object on the inside or outside of the vehicle. An automobile defect can be the cause of a traumatic brain injury. Car, van and truck defects can also aggravate injuries that already occurred.

Traumatic brain injury symptoms

Traumatic brain injury can cause a broad range of medical problems including loss of memory, mood swings, aggressiveness and headaches. Symptoms that may be immediately diagnosed after an accident include: loss of consciousness, bleeding, swelling and/or bruising of the brain (which may not be visible), coma and seizures, among other things. Traumatic brain injury can also be more subtle, with symptoms not surfacing for many months or years after the accident.

Rollover accidents and TBI

Rollover accidents are a common cause of traumatic brain injury and related-deaths. Forty percent of all rollover deaths occur in sports utility vehicles or SUVs. The reason is that some SUVs are defectively designed, making them less stable and more likely to flip during a car crash. The increased risk of vehicle rollovers in SUVs has been well documented and vehicle manufacturers are well aware of this threat. However, they often choose financial gain over design changes which could prevent thousands of traumatic brain injuries each year.

Contact our law offices

Motor vehicle accidents can happen on any highway, at any time of day, and can change a person's life instantly. The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin understands the financial, physical and emotional trauma that accompanies such accidents. The firm will represent you to the best of its ability, so you can concentrate on healing and restoring your life. Call today for a free case review and conversation about your potential claim.

The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin — we're on your side.