New York Brain Injury Lawyers
Causes of a brain injury
- vehicle or motorcycle accidents
- industrial or occupational accidents
- construction accidents
- physical assault
- slips, trips & falls
- medical malpractice
- premise liability accidents
Consequences of a brain injury
- physical discomfort or inability to perform even simple tasks
- chronic head or neck pain
- paralysis of any body part
- cognitive loss
- dizziness, nausea, lack of balance
- behavior or mood changes such as anger or sadness
- slurred speech or inability to find words to express an idea
- constant sleepiness or wakefulness
- permanent disability
The list goes on. If you or a loved one has a brain injury due to an accident and are suffering from any of these symptoms, what you need most is justice. Getting the justice you deserve means receiving the full financial compensation you’ll need in order to pay your present and future medical bills and compensate fairly for your pain, suffering and lost wages or income.
An experienced New York brain injury lawyer can investigate and research your case, determine who is responsible for your accident, and secure the funds needed for you to resume your life and pay for the ongoing care and therapy you or a loved one may need. Brain injuries can be devastating. You need a lawyer who is experienced enough to identify every potential source of liability and work with medical experts to prove your case. You also need one who is aggressive enough to fight for your rights. The Edelsteins, Faegenburg and Brown LLP have recovered millions of dollars for traumatic brain injury victims. One example is an $8,250,000 settlement that was negotiated for a young boy who sustained serious head and brain injuries from a “off road”vehicle accident.
Another brain damage case in which The Edelsteins, Faegenburg, and Brown, LLP recovered $2,000,000 for the victim’s family was the result of medical malpractice that caused oxygen deprivation during an endoscopy.This went unnoticed leading to permanent brain damage, coma and ultimately the victims’ death. The loss of a loved ones life due to negligence, medical or otherwise can never fully be compensated financially, but a financial recovery can bring some comfort and closure to the victims’ family. It also serves as a warning to others that this type of negligent conduct or hazardous condition will not be tolerated, regardless of the size or importance of the medical facility or venue it occurred in.
If you are a loved one has sustained a brain injury due to another person, business, company or municipality’s negligence, contact the Edelsteins, Faegenburg & Brown, LLP today for a consultation. We handle a wide variety of personal injury and medical malpractice cases and have helped clients get the full and fair compensation they deserve. A large sum of money can not undo the damage done, but it can at least ensure the best possible quality of life for you or your loved one.
There is never a fee for our consultation. We are paid only if we recover damages in your case. Our job is to research and investigate the facts of your accident. This allows us to identify and expose the hazardous or negligent condition or conduct that caused you or your loved one’s injuries. We then, either through negotiation or trial, fight to obtain justice and full and fair compensation for you or your family member.We are never intimidated by the size or importance of the responsible business, company or municipality or the insurance law firm defending them. If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury from an accident caused by parties’ negligence, call us today.
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In this video, Paul Edelstein explains why there needs to be an impartial third party person making sure that athletes in combat sports receive proper care after any form of head trauma. Devastating brain injuries have become all too commonplace in combat sports – particularly football, MMA and boxing.