What Are Traumatic Brain Injuries After a Car Accident in Florida?
All too often victims of a car accident suffer permanent injuries which will drastically affect their quality of life. Traumatic brain injuries can result in cognitive issues and symptoms such as chronic headaches, memory loss, dizziness, light sensitivity, and more. To prove Negligence in Florida for a car accident resulting in traumatic brain injury, the victim will need to prove, through expensive diagnostic tests such as MRIs, CIT scans, and EEGs, that the injury occurred as a result of the car accident. If the victim is unable to recover from the negligent driver, he or she may be stuck with those medical bills already incurred, as well as the cost of future medical care. Fortunately, an experienced car accident attorney has the knowledge and resources valuable to proving negligence and making sure the victim is compensated. Car accident attorneys in Fort Lauderdale, such as Eric Rosen and his team, have experts ready to testify as to a victim’s injuries, from herniated discs to traumatic brain injuries and ensure they are fairly compensated for those injuries.
For more information, see Mounts v. United States, 2017 WL 5307763 (M.D. Fla. Feb. 10, 2017). Then, be sure to call Rosen Injury Law to see what their team of experienced lawyers can do for you.