Traumatic Brain Injuries
Brain injuries can strip an individual of his or her intellect, personality, and freedom. Even medically-described “mild” traumatic brain injuries can wreak havoc on a person’s life. The Nashville traumatic brain injury attorneys at Cummings Manookian have significant experience litigating cases across the spectrum of TBI. We’ve handled matters involving brain injuries arising from product liability and assault to hospital negligence and surgical error.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, a person in the U.S. suffers suffers a brain injury every 21 seconds. The vast majority of those injures are caused by a blow to the head, often incurred as the result of a car accident, fall, assault, or defective product. Symptoms of a traumatic brain injury include:
- Loss of Consciousness
- Memory Loss
- Dizziness or Problems with Balance
- Excessive Sleeping
- Radical Mood or Personality Changes
Oftentimes brain injuries are subtle and difficult to detect. Even with accidents or injuries that initially seem minor, the affected individual can develop serious disabilities or changes in personality over time. If you suspect you or a loved one may have suffered a traumatic brain injury following an accident or other incident, it’s imperative to quickly seek out experienced medical and legal assistance.
Why Choose Cummings Manookian?
The Nashville traumatic brain injury attorneys at Cummings Manookian have substantial experience providing skillful, knowledgeable, and successful representation in TBI cases. We work with renowned neurologists in Nashville and across Tennessee to both provide for your treatment and to effectively document your injury. We know how to best present a head injury case, and we believe we are able to prevail in many brain injury cases where other attorneys might not recognize the injury.
If you or a loved one are currently struggling with a brain injury arising out of the negligent or wrongful conduct of others, contact the experienced attorneys at Cummings Manookian for a free and confidential consultation. If we accept your case, we will advance all costs while working on a contingency fee basis. You won’t pay us anything unless and until there is a settlement or judgment in your favor.