A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the most serious and debilitating injuries a person can experience.
While other injuries may rob a person of the ability to move around, a brain injury takes away the cognitive abilities — often removing a person’s ability to recall cherished memories, interact with loved ones or be self-sufficient.
If someone you love has experienced a traumatic brain injury, you may be struggling to move forward. The lawyers at Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald LLP can help. In five decades of service to the communities in the vicinity of Scranton and Wilkes-Barre, our firm and its traumatic brain injury attorneys help victims and their families make the most of a sad situation by acquiring some measure of justice.
Our lawyers handle traumatic brain injury cases related to many different types of accidents:
- Truck accidents
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Dangerous and defective products
- Accidents on others’ property
- Workplace accidents
Serving clients throughout northeastern Pennsylvania, the attorneys at Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald LLP are committed to helping victims overcome their injuries to the greatest extent possible. If you or a loved one has sustained a traumatic brain injury because of someone else’s irresponsible actions, we may be able to obtain financial compensation for you.
Depending on the nature of your case, we may be able to obtain compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, personal pain and suffering, as well as punitive damages designed to make negligent people and businesses pay for especially bad behavior.
Bringing the responsible parties to justice can be an effective way to call attention to bad situations and force defendants to fix them before the same injuries happen to someone else. It is also a way to get the resources necessary for cognitive therapy and other types of medical care.
Our personal injury team has experience securing structured settlements for traumatic brain injury victims, through which a lifetime of tax-free income can be provided to help care for that victim.