Louisville traumatic brain injury victim cases can be extremely complicated
Traumatic brain injuries – or a TBI – happen far more often than many people might realize. Each year, 1.7 million people nationwide sustain a traumatic brain injury, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most are treated and released soon after from hospitals. But 275,000 people need to be hospitalized and 52,000 die each year, the CDC reports. In such extreme cases, you may have grounds for a legitimate wrongful death case.
Many other types of injuries can heal over time, but a traumatic brain injury can be permanent and drastically alter a person’s life. If someone you love has sustained a brain injury and you believe another person’s negligence is to blame, take action. Contact the Slechter Law Firm. Based in Louisville, attorneys Mat A. Slechter and Meredith Kirklin Slechter serve clients throughout Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee.
There are numerous ways someone can sustain a traumatic brain injury. Someone could get hurt in a construction accident, auto accident or motorcycle accident. In each case, there are many factors to consider, including whether the seatbelt worked properly, someone else was acting recklessly or perhaps even driving drunk.
Put the power of an exceptional Louisville traumatic brain injury lawyer to work for you
At the Slechter Law Firm, we are committed to helping families dealing with traumatic brain injury cases that involve:
- Brain Damage
- Memory Loss
- Cognitive Impairment
Every accident is unique – just like you. That’s why we understand how important it is to create a legal strategy that suits your family’s specific legal needs.
Contact the Slechter Law Firm today and schedule a free case evaluation. To reach us by phone, please call (502) 384-7400 or toll-free at (855) 598-7425. We’re eager to meet with you and discuss the details of your specific case. Call or email us now. You can also visit us in person at our office conveniently located in Louisville. Whatever works best for you.
It’s all part of our client-first approach. We don’t dictate what to do. You make the final decision. You’re in charge. The Slechter Law Firm – we’re on your side.