Has someone in your life suffered a brain injury in Sarasota due to another person’s negligent action? If this is the case, at Shapiro | Delgado | Hofmann, we want to tell you that you may be eligible to bring legal action against that third party.
If life seems hopeless after your or your loved one’s brain injury, we wish to reassure you that we are ready to work with you to get maximum compensation.
Contact our Sarasota brain injury attorneys today for your free, no-obligation brain injury case review.
The Brain Injury Association of America outlines that there are differences between the types of brain injuries.
The main difference between brain injuries is the method of acquisition. If physicians did not determine a brain injury to be hereditary, congenital, degenerative, or birth-trauma related, it is considered to be acquired after birth.
There are further ways to understand brain injuries. An acquired brain injury (ABI) can be categorized based on how the recipient acquired the brain injury.
If a brain injury is acquired due to internal factors, it is considered non-traumatic. Non-traumatic brain injuries (NTBI) are when a brain injury occurs due to internal factors. Causes of NTBI include stroke, drowning, aneurysm, tumors, infectious disease, or a lack of oxygen supply to the brain.
Conversely, if a victim acquired a brain injury due to external factors, it is considered traumatic, regardless of the severity of the damage received. Most of the time, individuals who bring a brain injury case in a Florida civil court will likely be doing so based on a TBI caused externally by a third party.
People may not fully understand how a severe brain injury will impact their long-term health and well-being.
As discussed, since TBIs are external in origin, these can be caused due to the negligence of a third party. Common reasons plaintiffs bring claims due to their brain injury are:
Brain injuries are a nationwide public health crisis. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 64,000 individuals perished from traumatic brain injuries in 2020, meaning 176 individuals died every day of those injuries.
The Sarasota brain injury attorneys at Shapiro | Delgado | Hofmann have the proven track record that Floridians have been trusting for decades. We have millions in successful trial verdicts and settlements associated with our firm. For example, in brain injury cases, we’ve received settlements of $6 and $1.7 million for those we represent.
Considering we never take a cent in your brain injury case unless we win, you can rest assured that we do what we can to correct this wrong.
Get started with the preferred personal injury attorneys in Sarasota today. Request your free, no-obligation brain injury case review today and see why we’re the Sunshine State’s choice in legal representation.