Brain Injury Claims

Brain injuries change the life of the person affected and the family involved in many ways. If this is your personal story, you are not alone.

What You Need To Know About Brain Injuries

In cases involving severe brain injuries, the victims may no longer be able to work the jobs they once held. They may need help to accomplish the tasks of daily life after a traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Even if an injured person can return to work, the family may notice personality changes, emotional changes (such as increased anger or depression) and memory problems.

It's essential for the injured person to receive the best medical and rehabilitative care available if he or she is to make maximum recovery.

How We Can Help You

At the New York law office of Arye, Lustig & Sassower, P.C., in New York City, our personal injury attorneys have been fighting for injured people for more than 50 years. If your brain injury was caused by the negligence or wrongdoing of another, we are committed to maximizing your financial recovery so you can move forward with your life.

Is your loved one suffering from a brain injury? We can help. Call: 800.340.4992. Free consultation.

What Can Cause A Severe Brain Injury?

While motor vehicle accidents are a frequent cause of closed head injuries (concussions) and traumatic brain injuries, there are other causes as well. We handle brain injury cases resulting from:

These are just a few examples of accidents that cause brain injury.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, nearly 1.4 million people suffer some type of brain injury each year.

How We Will Prepare Your Brain Injury Case

Brain injury and brain damage cases are complex. We work with neurologists, neuropsychologists, vocational rehabilitation experts and life care planners to help us explain the causes and extent of the injuries and the effects these injuries will have on our clients' lives.

Our lawyers prepare every case for trial. We have extensive courtroom experience and a track record of successful verdicts and settlements to show for it. Insurance companies know that we are not afraid to take the case as far as it needs to go in order to get you the money you deserve.

Sample Brain And Head Injury Case Results

$7.5 million settlement pursuant to high-low agreement (after jury verdict for $15.3 million) for catastrophic injuries in construction accident for a 42-year-old steamfitter who fell from ladder due to extreme heat conditions, which caused him to become woozy, with resulting comminuted fracture of the left humerus, two broken ribs, nondisplaced fractures of the pelvis, and head trauma resulting in post-traumatic epilepsy and psychiatric problems from organic brain syndrome and diffuse axonal injury. Verdict included $5 million award for injured worker's wife for loss of services.

$2.21 million settlement during trial for catastrophic injuries for premises liability for a 25-year-old woman working as live-in nanny who was exposed to toxic acetone fumes when employer's home was cleaned (without her knowledge) to remove paint. She suffered toxic demyelination of the brain.

$1.25 million settlement for construction accident for a 46-year-old electrician who fell through unguarded floor opening and suffered head injury with subdural hematoma.

Contact Our Firm For A Free Consultation

If you or a family member has suffered a traumatic brain injury, contact a personal injury lawyer at Arye, Lustig & Sassower, P.C., online by email, or call our Manhattan offices toll free at 800.340.4992 or locally at 212.732.4992. We offer a free initial consultation, and you will own no attorney's fee unless we secure compensation for you.