The Law Offices of Daniel L. Crandall & Associates

The Law Offices of
Daniel L. Crandall & Associates

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Helping you secure damages for a brain injury

Car accidents and other injury-causing accidents can cause a person's life to be turned upside-down in a flash. A severe injury, like a head trauma, can require intense and ongoing medical treatment. The effects of a traumatic brain injury can be severe and possibly permanent. This can impair one's cognitive abilities and even their ability to use their body as they once could.

Suffering a brain injury can leave a victim feeling scared, confused and overwhelmed. One may not fully understand the impact this injury will have on their life, as they try to fully grasp what just happened. When a negligent party is to blame for an accident that has left a victim suffering a head trauma, a victim likely has many questions. At the Law Offices of Daniel L. Crandall & Associates, our attorneys can help answer questions and help clients in the Roanoke area protect their rights.

Our law firm understands how serious a traumatic brain injury is. An individual is not only left dealing with the initial pain and medical treatment associated with the injury, but they could also be dealing with lifelong impairments and ongoing medical care. Thus, our attorneys will take the time to properly assess the damages suffered while also collecting the evidence necessary to help prove the cause of the accident that caused the brain injury.

To learn more, check out our law firm's brain injury website. Whether it is a mild or severe head trauma, an accident victim has the right to seek recourses. By filing a personal injury action, a victim could recover compensation for losses suffered. This could address pain and suffering, medical bills, future medical care, rehabilitation, lost wages and other related damages.

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