Southern California Brain Injury Attorneys
You Need MCIS Lawyers on Your Side!
Brain injuries rarely, if ever, affect just a single victim. The consequences radiate outward and effect the victim's family, loved ones, and friends in a profound way. In most cases, victims of brain or spinal injuries require extended help with their everyday needs, long-term medical care, and they may lose their job, their independence, and maybe even their self-esteem. If you or a loved one has been a victim of a traumatic brain injury that was the result of another person’s negligence, illegal, or reckless behavior, you could be entitled to receive compensation. At MCIS Lawyers, we are committed to working with brain injury victims and their families, and we will strive to help you achieve the case result that will benefit you the most.
Following a significant accident, contact a Woodland Hills personal injury lawyer from our team and schedule a free, confidential case evaluation.
What You May Be Able to Receive from a Successful Personal Injury Case
There are two main types of brain injuries, closed-head injuries, and open wound injuries. Closed injuries are any injuries that occur from the brain being rattled inside the skull. These injuries often occur as a result of blunt-force trauma, such as a car accident or motorcycle collision, or from an explosion. Open wound injuries may require immediate surgical procedures and could result in life-long paralysis.
Because traumatic brain injuries can be devastating, you need a seasoned trial lawyer who knows how to maximize the value of these cases.
Depending on your case, you may be entitled to:
- Punitive damages
- Medical bill compensation
- Financial compensation for pain and suffering
- Lost wages compensation
- Life-care for extended medical needs
If you have been injured, or if you think that a loved one may be displaying signs of an injury after an accident, you need to contact MCIS Lawyers and speak with a trusted Southern California attorney right away.
Schedule a Consultation with MCIS Lawyers
If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury, you need a trial lawyer to maximize your recovery. Our firm includes a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Less than 1% of all lawyers in California belong to this group because it is limited to those who have significant trial experience.
If you are ready to take charge of your future, call MCIS Lawyers at (818) 999-1184 and schedule a free case evaluation with our team.