Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injuries

The Law Office of David High has an extensive background of dealing with traumatic brain injury cases in Nashville, and middle Tennessee.

When an outside force causes damage to the brain, it results in a traumatic brain injury. Traumatic brain injuries place people in one of the most life threatening situations there is. Each year in the United States, 1.5 million people sustain a brain injury of some kind. Traumatic brain injuries, account for an estimated 34% of all injury deaths in the United States. Toddlers and adolescents are among the most at risk for sustaining a brain injury. Toddler's bodies have not been fully developed, and any damage done may become permanent. Adolescents are active and constantly moving, creating more opportunities for injury. Some of the most common triggers for traumatic brain injuries include:

  • Open Head Injuries
  • Closed Head Injuries
  • Deceleration Injuries
  • Exposure to Chemicals/Toxins/Drugs
  • Hypoxia
  • Birth Trauma
  • Infections
  • Stroke

We have relationships with highly regarded and well-qualified experts who are used to assist in the prosecution of your case. The Law Office of David High has represented victims of traumatic brain injuries and understands the intricacies in prosecuting these cases in order to maximize your compensation. We have access to experts who can evaluate your brain injury.

If you or someone you know has suffered a traumatic brain injury, contact an attorney with the Law Office of David High for a traumatic brain injury consultation. They will work to understand your situation and fight inside and out of the courtroom to see that you get all that you deserve.

To schedule a consultation please call our Nashville, Tennessee office at (615) 256-1000. We look forward to aggressively protecting your rights.

Resource:

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