Pittsburgh Brain Injury Attorney

Pennsylvania Head Injury Lawyer

Experienced Attorneys Representing the Rights of Injured Clients

At Joyce & Bittner, our Pittsburgh attorneys recognize the emotional trauma that families often endure in the agonizing days, weeks and even months that a loved one is in a coma. There is usually even further transition once the coma subsides. Many injured individuals suffer from amnesia, having no recollection of the accident or even of the loved ones near them. Others will suffer permanent brain damage.

The personal injury lawyers at Joyce & Bittner offer compassion, support and experienced guidance to clients coping with a serious brain injury in the family. Contact the personal injury attorneys at Joyce & Bittner to learn how our experience can help you and your family.

Overcoming the Challenges of a Brain Injury or Head Injury

Head injuries can vary greatly, from a mild concussion or closed head injury to a traumatic brain injury. Some individuals experience memory loss, appetite loss and insomnia. Whereas other individuals suffer loss of motor skills, have speech impediments and other impairments. However, it is essential to seek proper medical attention following a serious accident – even when symptoms do not seem apparent.

Individuals who suffer a head injury will likely require medical treatment, some form of rehabilitative therapy (physical, occupational, vocational or speech therapy) and ongoing care. The lives of the injured individual as well as the family will both be impacted.

Our attorneys recognize that a head injury can create physical, emotional and financial challenges for all those involved. Our law firm advocates for injured clients, pursuing full compensation to alleviate the financial burdens associated with the injury.

Working to Maximize Compensation following a Head Injury

We thoroughly investigate the cause of the accident and determine who may be liable for damages. We evaluate all means of liability in order to maximize the recovery our client receives. We work with medical professionals, life care planning specialists and other experts to document the extent of the head injury and determine the short-term as well as long-term needs of the individual. We use financial experts to express the economic value of a case based on all of the information gathered.

Helpful Resources for Persons with Spinal Cord Injuries

  • Pittsburgh Area Brain Injury Alliance (PABIA) – dedicated to helping people with brain injuries and who live with the consequences of traumatic brain injury
  • Children’s Hospital Of Pittsburgh – maintains a site on accident prevention and treatment for children with head injuries
  • University of Pittsburgh, Department of Neurological Surgery – the largest neurosurgical academic provider in the United States.
  • Pioneers in advancements in brain, spin, neck and peripheral nerve care

Learn more about your rights and how our lawyers can help by contacting our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, injury law firm to schedule a consultation.