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A brain injury is a truly life-altering event. Your brain is your body’s control center. Damage to the organ can affect many other parts of your body and mind. If this injury was caused by someone else’s negligence, you deserve the representation of an experienced, aggressive attorney.

At Long & Long, we have seen exactly how a head injury affects a person’s life, and their family’s lives. We will look out for your best interest, when insurance companies and others are ready to close the book on your claim. For a free case review, please call our Alabama brain injury lawyers at (251) 432-2277.

Common Causes of Brain Injury

Assault and sports are two of the most common causes of brain injury. But as personal injury lawyers, Earle Long and C. Bennett Long represent people who have suffered an injury as the result of someone else’s negligence. When someone comes to us for help pursuing brain injury compensation, it usually stems from one of the following incidents:

These events can typically be traced back to the carelessness of a specific individual, group, or company. Our lawyers have the experience, skills, and resources necessary to determine who is liable for your accident. We know how insurance adjusters are handling your claim, and we will work to maximize your compensation. Our team is available now to answer any questions you have about brain injury claims.

Symptoms of Head and Brain Injuries

Brain injury lawyers in Mobile AlabamaBrain injuries range from mild to severe. Symptoms will be largely dependent on the degree and location of the trauma. Symptoms, if the person experiences any, may be apparent right away, or they could manifest over the followings days, weeks, and even years. Signs of a problem may show up as chronic headaches, depression, numbness, loss of a bodily function, confusion, vision problems, and a whole array of other symptoms.

An injury to this vital organ has the potential to affect all aspects of your physical, mental, and emotional health:

  • Cognition
  • Memory
  • Coordination
  • Balance
  • Emotions
  • Mood
  • Personality
  • The five senses

The outcomes can truly alter your daily life. You may be unable to enjoy the activities you did previously, and you may be unable to perform your former job duties. Not only that, but you may be affected mentally and emotionally, living with an anguish no one should experience. Let our Alabama brain injury lawyers fight to pursue justice and compensation for you.

Reasons to Hire a Lawyer

So why hire a lawyer? It depends on the unique circumstances of your situation. If your brain injury was the result of someone else’s negligence, then Earle Long and C. Bennett Long can determine whether you are eligible to pursue maximum compensation. We know how the insurance companies work to close out your claim: by paying out as little as possible. But you deserve payment above and beyond their initial settlement. Our lawyers will fight tirelessly to recover each and every dollar you deserve, for things such as:

  • Medical bills
  • Loss of wages
  • Physical therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Psychological therapy
  • Job re-training
  • Assistive technology
  • In-home medical care
  • Pain and suffering

While we cannot guarantee a specific outcome to your case, we do offer each of our clients our talent and undivided attention. We believe our verdicts and settlements speak for themselves, and we are proud of the results we have achieved on our clients’ behalves. We are passionate about fighting for injured people facing an overwhelming situation.

Annual brain injuries in the United States

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Our Alabama brain injury lawyers are ready to provide the clear answers you need. Are you wondering what you should do next? We will review the details of your claim for free, and let you know whether you can pursue maximum compensation. For your FREE evaluation, please call The Long Brothers at (251) 432-2277. Our firm maintains offices in Mobile and Orange Beach, and we serve clients throughout Alabama.

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