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Understanding The Financial Reality Of A Serious Brain Injury

| May 2, 2015 | Brain Injuries

If your loved one has suffered a brain injury, you are probably already aware of the lifelong physical limitations a serious brain injury can have on your loved one. Not only does a brain injury negatively affect a victim, but a serious injury such as this can affect an entire household due to the emotional and financial burden on a family.

Virginia Brain Injuries Can Cause Financial Burden

Victims of brain injuries face a long road to recovery and they shouldn’t have to shoulder the financial burden as well. Because a traumatic brain injury can require a lifetime of therapy and assistance, victims of serious brain injuries should have the financial resources to make it possible to get the best medical care.

Unfortunately, insurance companies for negligent parties tend to make affording the best brain injury care difficult. This is because insurance companies are always looking to make a profit—even if this means pocketing some of a brain injury victim’s financial recovery.

Getting a Maximum Financial Recovery

Because liability for your loved one’s brain injury may seem clear to you and your family, you expect the negligent party and the insurance company to provide your loved one with the financial help he or she deserves. Shockingly, you may realize that the insurance company is trying to get out of paying the full amount of your loved one’s brain injury claim, especially without an attorney’s help.

Because we want to help brain injury survivors afford the medical care and treatments that will give them a second chance, we want to reduce the financial burden this serious brain injury has caused and assist you in getting the compensation your family is due. Call us today for a free consultation at 703-721-4233