Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer
Experienced Personal Injury Attorney Serving Los Angeles County
Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys at Kaass Law
Have you or a loved one suffered an traumatic brain injury due to an accident? A traumatic brain injury is often times sustained from a motorcycle accident, auto accident, or other personal injury accidents. Kaass Law has the skills and abilities that are necessary in order to negotiate a fair settlements. If we are unable to receive a fair settlement offer during the claims stage with the insurance companies, we take it to trial and secure a valuable judgment.
As experienced litigators, we have successfully litigated various personal injury cases including complex personal injury matters. Kaass Law understands the mastery it takes to successfully receive fair settlements during the claims stage of a personal injury or accident case. Don’t accept low-ball offers from insurance companies. Preserve your claim and receive fair compensation for the injuries suffered and other damages including:
- Past and future medical bills
- Emotional distress
- Pain and suffering
- Lost income
- Lost earning capacity
- Lost employment opportunities
- Loss of consortium
Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys
You can rely on our experienced Glendale personal injury attorney to carefully analyze the facts of your case and explore all possible areas for recovery in your personal injury case. Insurance companies often take advantage of accident victims during the vulnerable time period following a traumatic injury, such as a brain injury. Thus, you can count on our lawyers in Glendale, Los Angeles County, CA to immediately take over all communication with the insurance companies to ensure your rights are protected. This includes, filing the insurance claim, preserving evidence, and documenting the facts of the case while they are still fresh.
We will also connect you with leading medical professionals in your area to diagnose and treat your injuries. If you are unable to pay for medical treatment we can facilitate treatment on a medical lien basis, which means you pay nothing up front, rather your medical bills are paid from the settlement proceeds at the conclusion of your case.