Brain Injury

More than one million people suffer brain injuries every year. After seeking proper medical attention, you may want to speak to a lawyer to figure out whether you have grounds for a personal injury suit. If you have been the victim of a brain injury, the attorneys at Champ Law, located in Holyoke, Massachusetts, can fight for you. Our experienced team of Massachusetts and Connecticut personal injury attorneys can help victims of brain injuries receive compensation for pain and suffering, medical expenses, insurance expenses, loss of current and future wages and more. Call us at our office any time for a free consultation in Holyoke, Springfield, Enfield, Suffield and surrounding areas.

Here are a few things to ask when considering a personal injury claim related to a brain injury in Western Massachusetts or Northern Connecticut:

What Caused The Brain Injury?

At Champ Law, our experienced Massachusetts and Connecticut personal injury attorneys can assist with cases involving every facet of brain injuries.

Common causes of brain injuries include:

  • Auto accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Sports injuries

Who Was At Fault?

A major part of receiving compensation for a brain injury is not just demonstrating that you were not at fault, but also proving who was at fault.

To successfully make a personal injury claim, it must be proven that your brain injury was a direct result of the defendant's negligence. The following must also be proven:

  • The defendant failed to act with reasonable care
  • The plaintiff suffered injuries and/or losses that are measurable under the law

What Can You Do About It?

If you or a loved one has been the victim of a brain injury, you could be entitled to compensation. This can include damages for your pain and suffering, as well as coverage for medical expenses, future wages and lost wages. To find out if you have a case, call the experienced personal injury attorneys at Champ Law today for a free consultation in Holyoke, Springfield, Enfield, Suffield and surrounding areas.