Brain Injury Attorneys Serving Maryland
Helping the Injured for Over 30 Years
If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury due to someone else’s negligence, it would be in your best interest to contact one of the experienced Maryland brain injury lawyers at Alpert Schreyer Poe, LLC. While no amount of money will take back a brain injury accident, it can help significantly in the healing process.
An injured person doesn’t only suffer the physical challenges of their situation, but the mental and financial affects as well. A traumatic brain injury can leave a person unable to work, and therefore unable to earn an income. With mounting medical bills and other injury related expenses, a family can be thrown into a whirlwind that seems to have no end in sight. This is where our firm comes in.
Alpert Schreyer Poe has successfully obtained millions of dollars in compensation for our clients throughout the state. Our attorneys have decades of experience helping individuals and families who have been injured through no fault of their own. We have the knowledge and resources to thoroughly investigate your case and aggressively assert your rights. We have been fighting for Maryland’s injured for over 30 years.
Contact our team today at (301) 812-4777. We have five offices conveniently located across Maryland, to better serve you.
About Traumatic Brain Injuries
Brain injuries are some of the most serious injuries that anyone can sustain. The brain is the central organ in the body that is responsible for memory, proper bodily function, thought processing, and motor skills. Depending on which part of the brain is damaged, one or multiple functions that once seemed second nature to a person before the accident can become challenging or nearly impossible. Because of a traumatic brain injury, a once vibrant person who excelled at playing sports, for example, could have a challenging time even tying his or her shoes.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can occur without warning, and this type of catastrophic injury occurs more frequently than many people realize. Potential causes include:
- Car crashes
- Truck collisions
- Slip and fall accidents
- Work-related accidents
- Sports injuries
- Attacks and assaults
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1.7 million individuals will suffer a traumatic brain injury this year. The CDC also notes that falls account for 35.2% of traumatic brain injuries, followed by motor vehicle accidents at 17.3%, struck by/against incidents at 16.5%, and assaults at 10%. (21% of traumatic brain injury causes are considered to be “unknown/other” by the CDC.)
Long-Term Effects of Brain Injuries
A blow to the head can temporarily or permanently diminish physical abilities, negatively change emotional well-being, impair cognitive skills, and even change a person’s behavior. Trauma to the cerebrum could affect behavior, motor skills, language, and emotion. Brain injury in the cerebellum could very likely affect the movement of the limbs. Injuries to the brain stem may affect physical growth and hormones. The brain is so terribly complex that even the smallest trauma can change someone’s life forever.
There are multiple factors that go into determining how well an individual with a traumatic brain injury will recover. Age, overall health, circumstances of the accident, and extent of brain damage that has been sustained all contribute to the recovery process. A younger person may recover partial or full brain function with the help of rehabilitation while an older person may not recover as quickly. In cases of traumatic brain injury, there is always a chance that the damage could prove fatal.
The Cost of Traumatic Brain Injuries
The CDC reports the annual cost to society for medical care and lost wages resulting from brain injuries is approximately $60 billion. Many patients struggle to get the proper care they deserve. Others simply cannot afford the care they so desperately need. With brain injuries, rehabilitation can be just as important as the initial hospitalization. Sometimes, heath insurance may not cover the medical and rehabilitation fees or the insurance company may simply drop coverage after a period of time.
Contact Alpert Schreyer Poe
With extensive experience in personal injury law, our dedicated Maryland brain injury lawyers understand what it takes to hold negligent parties accountable for the damage that their negligence has caused and help individuals whose lives have been permanently affected by those decisions. Our legal staff has the resources and skill necessary to examine every detail of your traumatic brain injury case and garner you proper compensation so that you and your family can begin to heal.
We offer free and confidential consultations. To learn more about how we can help you, call us today at (301) 812-4777.
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We have over 30 years of experience serving injured clients across Maryland and DC.
Concierge Level of Service
We are willing to visit injury victims at their homes if they are severely injured or bereaved.
No Upfront Fees
We are so confident in our abilities that we do not charge a legal fee unless you receive compensation.
We are not afraid to battle any party, whether big or small, both in and out of the courtroom.
We commit to staying up-to-date on the latest developments in Maryland injury law.
We have a sterling reputation in the community & among our peers in the legal field.