Do I Have a Valid Brain Injury Case?
This can depend on a number of different factors. For example, just because
your accident or injury was caused by another party, doesn't mean
you automatically have a claim.
The following factors can help determine if you have a case:
- What caused the accident (drunk driving, speeding, faulty equipment, etc.)
- The severity of the injuries you suffered and long-term damage to your brain
- The individual or party at fault for the accident (manufacturer, company,
- Whether or not you were hospitalized or treated for your brain injury
- How long it will / did take you to recover
- Whether or not you will need regular treatment or additional medical care
- If permanent damage has been caused to your health
- How much the injury affects your / your family's financial security
- Insurance coverage you / the other party has
The Challenge of Proving Fault
You will also need to be able to prove the fault and liability of the other
party. That is where our firm comes in. The Pennsylvania brain injury
attorneys at Metzger Wickersham bring years of combined experience to
every case we take on. Our lawyers are well-versed in the evidence needed
to prove fault in such cases. With a large support staff, we meticulously
comb through every detail of our clients' cases, ensuring we are able
to build a detailed, strategic claim on their behalf.
We know firsthand how devastating and complex these cases can be. With
our insight and skill, we can help you pursue justice so that you can
focus fully on healing.
Our legal team can help you demonstrate fault and fight for the maximum
compensation you are owed. Call to schedule a consultation: (888) 286-2850.