The Santa Ana Brain Injury Attorneys of Bisnar Chase can help you through the process of valuing your case and seeking a judgment for an adequate sum to protect you for the rest of your life. You owe it to yourself and your loved ones to pursue your case and ensure that you are adequately compensated not only for your medical bills, lost wages but also for your pain and suffering and other problems that may develop over time.
If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury, contact one of our experienced Santa Ana Personal Injury Lawyers.
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Santa Ana is one of the most populous cities in Southern California. In addition, there are buses, commercial trucks, motorists, and bicyclists sharing the roads. The streets of Santa Ana can become very crowded and busy at times. One of the most common types of brain injury causes is automobile accidents and Santa Ana has a higher than average percentage of auto-pedestrian accidents.
Brain injuries are all too common when a person has been involved in a serious car accident, a motorcycle accident, a bicycle or pedestrian accident, or other types of personal injury situations. Brain injuries range in severity from slight to profound, and the more serious the injury, the more impact it will have on you and your family’s future.
Brain injury attorneys look at the victim’s medical history and make a determination about the best way to pursue a personal injury case. Brain injuries can take many forms and can have a wide variety of medical outcomes.
Some people can recover from brain injuries and be “as good as new” others will never again enjoy the same lifestyle they had before the accident. No matter how minor or serious you consider your brain injury to be, it is wise to have the advice of a professional personal injury lawyer before you attempt to settle your case.
How a Traumatic Brain Injury is Identified
At the original occurrence of the accident, slip and fall or event the brain injury was administered, there are a few warning signs of a traumatic brain injury taking place that consist of the following:
- Loss of consciousness
- Double vision
- Confusion and or disorientation
- Slurred speech
- Loss of motor function
- Memory loss
- Nausea or vomiting
- Fatigue or drowsiness
- Difficulty sleeping
- Sleeping more than usual
- Dizziness or loss of balance
Learn more about Traumatic Brain Injury symptoms Here.
Receiving Treatment for a Traumatic Brain Injury
Every head and brain injury varies from person to person. Typically, a doctor will begin by asking basic questions about the injury and how it took place, followed by questions that will test your ability to pay attention, learn, remember and solve problems.
An examination for physical signs of a brain injury by checking your reflexes, strength, balance, coordination, and sensation. CT scans and MRIs may be ordered to make sure your brain is not bruised or bleeding. Additional tests to see if proper brain function is present may be necessary.
Athletes Suffer Traumatic Brain Injuries Every Day
Due to a high level of impact during practice and game-play, athletes encounter traumatic brain injuries very often. Many high-level-head-injury and impact sports can have serious long-term effects on brain development and health. Sports that involve speed, strength, and one on one player-interaction offer the highest risk for traumatic brain injury and concussions.
What is a Concussion?
Many brain injuries in Santa Ana consist of concussions. A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury that results from an intense blow to the head. These blows to the head can result in slipping and smacking your head on something, a punch to the head, or being tackled violently while playing football. Football players aren’t the only ones that encounter violent blows to the neck and head.
The following list of sports report a high level of concussions and traumatic injuries resulting from practice and game-play:
- Ice hockey
- Dirt biking
If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury in Santa Ana that is sports-related, make sure you choose an experienced team of Santa Ana Brain Injury Attorneys like us. We have over 43 years of experience with a 99% success rate. We have won over $650 Million for our clients.
Long-Term Effects of a Traumatic Brain Injuries
Absolutely. Concussions are extremely dangerous, both short and long-term. The Santa Ana brain injury lawyers at Bisnar Chase understand that traumatic brain injuries can cause severe problems down the road, especially when proper medical treatment and care are not received. Our goal is to ensure our clients are taken care of medically, financially, emotionally, and professionally.
Concussions are usually an indicator that you have severely injured your brain.
Symptoms of a concussion consist of:
- Blurry Vision
- Nausea or vomiting
- Balance problems
- Sensitivity to noise or light
- Sleeping more or less than usual
- Difficulty remembering new information
Individuals are advised not to fall asleep immediately following a concussion. If dilated pupils and or trouble walking are not present, sleeping is encouraged for the recovery process to begin healing the affected parts of the brain and damaged areas.
Post-concussion syndrome consists of prolonged symptoms for weeks, months, and longer. Many professional football players suffer concussions so often that post-concussion syndrome can lead to CTE or chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
If you or a loved one has experienced a brain injury, contact our highly successful and experienced Orange County traumatic brain injury attorneys for a free consultation today at 949-203-3814.
Some of our Recent Case Results
- $38,650,000 – Motorcycle Accident
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- $10,030,000 – Premises negligence
- $9,800,000 – Motor vehicle accident
- $8,500,000 – Motor vehicle accident – wrongful death
- $8,250,000 – Premises liability
- $7,998,073 – Product liability – motor vehicle accident
Before You Contact a Orange County Brain Injury Attorney
Good personal injury lawyers know how to work with victims in their field of expertise. Brain injury lawyers know that the effects of brain injuries may take time to develop, and that settling a case too soon is asking for problems. You should get the advice of a professional in this field, who has access to the best medical professionals, before you decide what your case is worth.
Hire our Top-Notch California Head Injury Lawyers
It may be that you will need further ongoing treatment to manage your health and welfare for the rest of your life. Settling a case like this too soon usually means that, at some point, you will run out of funds for your care and be forced to accept less than you deserve in the way of medical treatment or rely on other means of support.
This is not fair when you consider that your accident was not your fault and that someone else actually holds the responsibility for your condition. Many at-fault drivers or other people walk away from a shattering personal injury case without paying anything at all, and others never accept full legal responsibility for their actions. It is up to the victim to pursue the case and ensure that the at-fault party is held liable for the actions that led to this tragedy.
Our Santa Ana brain injuries attorneys will ensure you receive maximum compensation for your case. Bisnar Chase will cover all expenses and costs you’re responsible for, and you don’t pay anything until we win your case.
To discuss your personal injury claim with our team of traumatic brain injury lawyers today, free of charge, call the law offices of Bisnar Chase at 949-203-3814.