California Head Injury Lawyers

california head injury lawyers

Our California Head Injury Lawyers at Bisnar Chase have been representing clients and winning head injury cases for over 39 years. We have established a 99% success rate and have brought in over $650 Million.

We have gone after large corporations, governmental agencies and individuals who have, through negligence or wrongdoing, caused our clients serious injury or harm.

Our skilled and experienced team of California Personal Injury Lawyers have the resources and ability to take on complex cases, other law firms have previously declined, because at Bisnar Chase, you get the best.

We work on a contingency fee basis, which means that we charge you nothing until there has been a monetary recovery in your case. We advance all costs and expenses.

Bisnar Chase is a reputed personal injury law firm in California, whose lawyers have more than three decades of experience representing seriously and catastrophically injured victims including adults and children with severe head injuries.

Please contact our head injury lawyers today for a free consultation and comprehensive case evaluation at 800-561-4887..

Brian Chase

Brian Chase, Senior Partner:
“I went to law school knowing I wanted to be a personal injury attorney. I wanted my life’s work to have a positive impact on other people’s lives.”

Proving Fault and Liability

If you or a loved one has suffered a head injury because of someone else's negligence or wrongdoing, financial compensation should be available for your losses. In order to have a successful injury claim, you will have to prove how and why the accident occurred.

Did your head injury result from a car accident? You will have to prove that the at-fault driver's negligence was a contributing factor in the accident. Did you suffer head trauma by falling on someone else's property? You will have to show that he or she was aware of a hazardous condition and failed to prevent it or warn you about it.

Victims of head injuries may suffer from impairments of their muscles, speech, vision, taste or hearing depending on the area of their brain or head that is injured and the extent of those injuries. It is also common for victims to experience long- or short-term changes in their memory, behavior and personality.

How Much is Your Claim Worth?

It can be difficult to put a monetary value on these types of life-changing consequences. Injured head injury victims can seek compensation for damages including medical expenses, lost wages, lost future income, loss of livelihood, hospitalization, surgeries, rehabilitation, permanent injuries, disabilities, pain and suffering and emotional distress.

Head injuries and brain trauma are common causes of disability and death in the United States. Head injuries can be as mild as bumps or contusions, but they can also result in internal bleeding, fractured skull bones and traumatic brain injuries that can have lifelong consequences.

Anyone who has suffered a head injury would be well advised to seek out immediate medical attention as well as legal guidance from a skilled California head injury lawyer.

Head injuries can result from all types of accidents:

Head Injury Statistics

Head injuries happen every single day. Whether they were the result of reckless or dangerous activities, or by complete accident, brain injuries and head injuries are irreversible and must be taken very seriously.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

Types of Head Injuries

There are many types of head injuries and they can result in serious symptoms and considerable medical expenses. Some of the most common types of head injuries include:

Seeking Medical Attention

It is a common mistake for injured victims to not seek medical attention after being involved in a car accident or falling incident. When dealing with head injuries, the symptoms may not manifest right away. This is especially true of concussions.

Victims may feel a little sore or nauseous but assume that they will begin to feel better on their own or that the symptoms will go away. Unfortunately, brain injury symptoms tend to get worse if they are not properly treated right away.

All mild, moderate and severe symptoms should be taken seriously. If you bumped your head and are feeling:

You should see a doctor right away. If you lost consciousness, vomited, had a seizure, acquired a debilitating headache or have a severe cut to your head, you need emergency care. To learn more information about concussions, head injuries, symptoms, treatments and recovery time, visit

It is important that you see a medical professional for a blood test, x-ray, CAT scan, EEG or MRI right away.

“The most common causes of head injuries include car accidents and fall-related accidents. Other common causes include acts of violence, sporting accidents and workplace accidents. Determining the cause of the injury is an important part of the claim process. According to the CDC, falls account for about 35.2 percent of head injuries, motor vehicle accidents for 17.3 percent, struck by/against events for 16.5 percent and assaults for 10 percent.”

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Causes of Head Injuries

The most common causes of head injuries include car accidents and fall-related accidents. Other common causes include acts of violence, sporting accidents and workplace accidents. Determining the cause of the injury is an important part of the claim process.

According to the CDC:

Legal Representation With a No Fee Guarantee

The California Head Injury Attorneys at Bisnar Chase will take your case with a no fee guarantee and will also protect you from liability. Our team has the resources and experience to take on some of the most difficult cases with great results. Call today to speak with a California brain injury lawyer with years of trial experience, and receive a Free Consultation and Case Evaluation. Call 800 561-4887.