Head & Brain Injury
Your head or brain injury case matters
At Gary Martin Hays & Associates, we are ready to listen to your side of the story. We put our experience to work for head or brain injury victims. Call us now at 1-800-898-HAYS.
The effects of a head or brain injury may not be immediately apparent. Victims who strike their heads in an auto accident or construction accident may experience mood swings, inability to concentrate, memory loss, and other difficult-to-document symptoms. In many cases, we work with top neurological experts from around the country in order to prove to insurance companies that a victim’s suffering is real and deserving of compensation. In cases such as exposure to toxins or an electrocution injury, there may be no outward damage to the skull, but the injured person may still sustain a brain injury.
In motorcycle accidents, significant forces may lead to a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that may permanently disable the patient and require a lifetime of nursing care. This type of impairment may require the appointment of a legal guardian for the victim to ensure that the individual’s best interests are maintained throughout the settlement process.
How a brain and head injury attorney can help
At Gary Martin Hays & Associates, we have both personal and professional experience with brain injuries. We identify all sources of compensation for our clients. Because brain injuries can have a profound impact on the victim’s loved ones, we guide families to appropriate resources such as the Brain Injury Resource Foundation. In our efforts to prevent brain injury accidents, we sponsor public service announcements and give away bicycle helmets.
We take on the insurance companies to get head and brain injury victims everything they deserve.
We know that a serious injury resulting from a head or brain injury is a life-altering event. Call Gary Martin Hays & Associates today at 1-800-898-HAYS. There is no fee or obligation for an initial consultation. We’re ready to help—contact our office right away.