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What to Do After Suffering a Brain Injury in an Accident

Being involved in an accident can be scary, confusing, and extremely stressful—especially if it was out of your control and brought on because another party was negligent or reckless. That goes double for accidents that cause life-altering brain injuries.

In these types of events, though, it’s important to be proactive and take the right steps without delay. Doing so will ensure you have the opportunity to file a claim for damages from the liable party.

It’s important that you know what to do after suffering a brain injury in an accident. Our team at Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP knows that this may be a bit confusing if you’ve never had to think about it before. To ensure you’re prepared for such an event, we’ve compiled the information you need to know.

Get a Medical Evaluation

First and foremost, it’s important to see a healthcare provider immediately after your accident. Getting an evaluation and subsequent diagnosis is crucial because it will allow you to begin taking steps toward filing a claim and recovering compensation—in addition to making sure your injuries aren’t threatening your life.

Even if your injuries don’t seem severe after your crash, it’s important to seek medical care as soon as possible. Brain injuries can sometimes take weeks or months to make themselves apparent. If your symptoms take a while to develop, seek help as soon you become aware of them.

Call an Attorney

You may think that filing a claim after your accident and securing compensation will be a simple task that you can handle on your own. The reality is, though, that personal injury law is incredibly complex, and if you want to get the full suite of benefits, you may need a qualified California brain injury attorney to represent your interests.

There’s more than just the paperwork to be concerned with. You also have to consider the skill and knowledge needed to successfully negotiate fair compensation. Doing this without training can be nearly impossible, but a lawyer will know the right tactics and methods to get the results you desire.

A California Brain Injury Lawyer Can Help You

If you’re wondering what to do after suffering a brain injury in an accident, give our office a call. We’ll be happy take on the brunt of the work on your claim so you can devote your efforts and energy to recovering from the trauma you’ve experienced.

A qualified lawyer can give you the best chance possible of securing fair and full compensation. Get in touch with Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP today to discuss your case. You can reach a California brain injury lawyer by phone at 1-844-404-2400 or via the online contact form at the bottom of this page.