Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment & Therapy
Compensation for Every Element of TBI Treatment
From the first trip to the emergency room to the long-term care requirements, treatment for a traumatic brain injury (TBI) does not come cheap. If that injury was the result of an act of negligence, the victim has the right to hold the negligent party accountable for the costs of medical treatment, as well as other costs. At Aitken Aitken Cohn in Santa Ana, we have made it the focus of our practice to stand up for the rights of accident victims and help them get the compensation they need.
Five Phases of Medical Treatment
With more than three decades of experience on our side, we understand the importance of standing by traumatic brain injury victims as they make their way through the five phases of treatment, which include:
- Emergency room treatment
- Brain surgery, neurosurgery and other surgical treatment
- Occupational therapy, speech therapy and rehabilitation
- Psychological treatment and emotional recovery
- Long-term care
The long-term care phase is typically the longest and, in some ways, the most complex to address from a legal standpoint. Our attorneys need to work with life care planners and other experts to understand what costs are going to arise for the TBI victim in the future. These costs may include everything from replacement wheelchairs to 24 hour live-in nursing care in the most serious cases. We take great care to make certain that the compensation we get for a TBI victim covers all costs of future care.
Cutting Edge Care for Traumatic Brain Injury Victims
The brain remains quite mysterious and medical researches are working day in and day out to learn more about how it functions and how to repair brain damage. We take great pride in staying up to date on current TBI treatment research, and passing that information on to the people we represent, the people who can benefit from it the most.
Contact Us for a Free Consultation
Our California lawyers welcome the privilege of consulting with you about your traumatic brain injury (TBI) claim. We accept cases on a contingency basis. We will advance all costs necessary to successfully prosecute your case. We are only paid for our services if we get results for you. Contact our attorneys for help today.