You can’t go back and change what happened to you. Instead, you must focus on the future. After a brain injury accident, that means recovering financial compensation for your traumatic brain injury.
Easy Ways to Protect Your Brain Injury Claim
The legal process may seem overwhelming. Your lawyer will help you with all of the details and make sure that your rights are protected. However, you can make sure you have a strong case for compensation by doing the following:
Get immediate medical attention.
The sooner you get documented medical attention, the easier it is to establish that the accident caused your brain injury.
Make sure any photos, videos, witness names or other evidence that you have is kept and shared with your attorney.
File your case before the statute of limitations expires.
In Kentucky, you usually have one year to file a personal injury claim.
Don’t settle your case too quickly.
You typically have one shot at a fair recovery, and once you settle you will not be able to sue for additional damages. Therefore, it is important to know what your case is worth and to go to court, if necessary, to get what you deserve.
Don’t post on social media.
Whatever you post may be used in ways you never intended to discredit you and reduce the value of your claim.
Schedule a free consultation with a brain injury lawyer.
It is important to talk to several lawyers before deciding who you want to represent you. Our lawyers offer free, no-obligation case evaluations.
Hire the right attorney for you.
This includes hiring a law firm that understands the medical evidence that is important to your case and that is not afraid to go to court to protect your rights. Gray and White Law has a nurse on staff and does not settle cases unless a proposed settlement fairly compensates our clients.
Have You Suffered A Brain Injury?
If you've suffered a brain injury you need to speak with an experienced brain injury lawyer as soon as possible. Contact us online or call our office directly at 888.450.4456 to schedule a free consultation.