Workers’ Compensation and Brain Injuries
A brain injury resulting from an accident at work may go undiagnosed and untreated in our workers’ compensation system. If your loved one is not receiving the care he or she needs following a head trauma accident at work, our lawyers will help you get a second opinion from a medical professional who is qualified to diagnose brain injuries.
If your family member’s injury was caused by unsafe work conditions such as a safety violation or lack of proper training, your family member may be entitled to file a personal injury lawsuit against his or her employer under West Virginia’s deliberate intent laws.
Auto Accidents Involving Head Trauma
A brain injury can occur in an auto accident even when there is no loss of consciousness. Feelings of being dazed and confused may be passed off as a temporary reaction to pain medication. Unfortunately, these symptoms may not go away quickly and in some cases can result in permanent impairment.
You are entitled to recover compensation for all of your damages, including pain and suffering, medical bills, and lost wages, as long as you were less than 50 percent at fault for the accident.
We work on a contingency basis. We don’t get paid unless you do.
Free Initial Consultation With Our Head Injury Attorneys in West Virginia
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